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Weekend Briefing: “Ms. Jackie’s Bus,” Movie Night at Veterans Park, Hot N’ Spicy Festival, Calypso Festival

| February 17, 2017

The Ag Museum’s 7th Hot ‘n Spicy Festival, Movie Night at Flagler Beach’s Veterans Park, “Ms. Jackie’s Bus,” a unique play about adolescent angst, at the Ormond Beach Performing Arts Center, Trump’s embarrassments.

Thursday Briefing: The Inspired Mic at Europa, Open-Records Exemption for Dismissed Injunctions, Democrats’ Conspiracies

| February 16, 2017

The Inspired Mic, Palm Coast’s most daring and unpredictable open mic event, is scheduled for its monthly edition at The New Europa, European Village, Democrats are now turning to conspiracy theories.

Wednesday Briefing: Hammock’s Bay Drive Park Plan, Superintendent Search, Trans Rabbi, Assisted Living on US1

| February 15, 2017

A Flagler County park for the Hammock talked about for decades may be reality: a community meeting is scheduled about it this evening, the school board holds a workshop to sharpen what it’s looking for in a superintendent, Palm Coast considers yet another assisted living development.

Tuesday Briefing: Community Center Re-Groundbreaking, Linda Cole Sings Valentine, Local Ethics

| February 14, 2017

The Palm Coast Community Center’s $7.8 million renovation begins with a groundbreaking, Linda Cole performs her Valentine’s Day songs at the public library, local government ethics get another look in Tallahassee.

Monday Briefing: Flagler Youth Orchestra’s World Concert, Gov. Scott in Flagler Beach, Tattoos Against Abuse

| February 13, 2017

The Flagler Youth Orchestra’s 350-some students in five ensembles perform music from around the world at the Auditorium, Gov. Scott stops in at a Flagler Beach sandwich shop, a tattoo artist uses her work to combat abuse.

Weekend Briefing: Love Letters at CRT, Bird Fest, Valentine Dances, and “Almost, Maine”

| February 10, 2017

The school board holds a special meeting to pick a superintendent, City Repertory Theatre features three different casts on three successive representations of “Love Letters,” Bird Fest all weekend in Palm Coast.

Thursday Briefing: Repairing the Pier, Regulating Drones in Flagler Beach, “Almost, Maine,” at FPC

| February 9, 2017

The Flagler Beach Commission will award a bid for pier repairs out of three submissions ranging from $900,000 to $1.2 million, and regulate drones in the city, William Henry Harrison is remembered for his 32 days.

Sheriff Seeking Public’s Help in Identifying 2 Alleged Shoplifters at Palm Coast’s Ulta Store

| February 8, 2017

Two suspects entered the Ulta cosmetics store at 5224 State Road 100 in Palm Coast Saturday (Feb. 4) and allegedly stole many bottles of nail polish, valued at more than $2,400.

Wednesday Briefing: Canales in Court, Palm Coast Strategies, Enterprise and Visit Florida, Jules Verne

| February 8, 2017

Jonathan Canales, the Mondex veteran accused of shooting his wife on the neck, is in court today, Superwash Express, the car wash on 110 Cypress Point Parkway, marks its grand opening, Palm Coast plans the budget year.

Kayaking Trips Planned For Flagler’s Centennial Celebration, on Haw Creek and Longs Landing

| February 7, 2017

Registrations, for $15, are needed in advance. Each person registering will get a competition style tee shirt commemorating the County’s Centennial.

Tuesday Briefing: Landon’s Raise, School Board’s Toil, Texting and Driving, Eubie Blake, Philip Roth on Death

| February 7, 2017

Palm Coast City Manager will seek a 4 percent raise even though a majority of the city council has never evaluated him, the school board holds its first all-workshop evening, the great Eubie Blake.

Monday Briefing: Revels v. DeLorenzo, New Runway at Airport, Death Sentences, Obamacare Repairs

| February 6, 2017

Barbara Revels and Jason DeLorenzo reemerge in a bid for a seat on the economic development council, the county breaks ground at its airport’s runway extension.

Weekend Briefing: Kimberle Weeks Wants Out, Men’s Futures Tennis, Medical Pot Summit, Sugar’s Evils

| February 3, 2017

The Men’s Futures tennis tournament heads into its finals weekend at the Palm Coast Tennis Center, Kim Weeks moves to have all charges against her dismissed, a children’s fair at Carver Gym.

Thursday Briefing: Animal Control, Flagler Audubon, All Flagler Democratic Club, Re-Joyce

| February 2, 2017

The emerging All Flagler Democratic Club meets, the Flagler Audubon Society gets ready for the annual Shorebird Survey, James Joyce and Ayn Rand improbably share a birthday.

Wednesday Briefing: Superintendent Search, Tax Collector’s New Branch, Buddy Taylor Agronomy Lab, Gorusch

| February 1, 2017

Tax Collector Suzanne Johnston opens a new branch office in the old Food Lion shopping center in Flagler Beach, the Flagler County School Board this evening begins the process of replacing Superintendent Jacob Oliva.

Tuesday Briefing: Jim Landon’s Raise, Meeker’s Late Goal, Vienna Boys’ Choir at Peabody, Hugo Chavez Redux

| January 31, 2017

Palm Coast Manager Jim Landon makes yet another pitch for a raise, the soccer fields at Wadsworth Park were dedicated to the late Frank Meeker, David Altmaier in Daytona.

Monday Briefing: Suicide Prevention Training, Juvenile Arraignments, Romeo and Juliet, FDR

| January 30, 2017

A regional suicide prevention specialist hosts a three-hour seminar on the subject at EOC in Bunnell, a non-eventful day in local government, Romeo and Juliet’s and FDR’s anniversaries.

Weekend Briefing: Next to Normal, Revels Ethics Resolution, Meeker Dedication, Youth Orchestra Concert, Art Blakey

| January 27, 2017

City Rep Theater’s “Next to Normal” has three last performances, the Youth Orchestra romps through the history of music, Gov. Scott is at Washington Oaks Gardens, soccer fields are dedicated to Frank Meeker.

Thursday Briefing: Flagler Beach Talks Dunes, Pot and Tourism Dollars, Homeless Census, Roth on Trump

| January 26, 2017

The Flagler Beach City Commission has a full agenda regarding the future of its beaches and its relations with county government, Flagler’s homeless population is counted one by one, Philip Roth on Trump.

Wednesday Briefing: Economic Opportunity Council Demi-Shade, Local Tax Referendums, Red-Light Cameras

| January 25, 2017

The Flagler County Economic Advisory Council holds a workshop without video or audio feeds, Palm West Home Realty marks five years, the latest Trump lies analyzed.

To the Tune of Harpsichord, Indian Trails’ Sarah Flannery Is Flagler’s Spelling Bee Champion

| January 24, 2017

Sarah Flannery will represent Flagler County in the 73rd Annual Regional Spelling Bee hosted by the Florida Times-Union. It will be held in Jacksonville next month.

Tuesday Briefing: Ethics Training for the Elected, Wildcard Tennis Tournament, Zora Neale Hurston, Firefighters’ Cancer

| January 24, 2017

Palm Coast’s new city council sits for some ethics training, the Men’s Futures tennis tournament fields its wildcard contestants, Zora Neal Hurston is celebrated all week.

Monday Briefing: Greg Hansen Swears-In, Project Bags Incentives, Dunes Tensions, Doughnuts With Doughney

| January 23, 2017

Gov. Rick Scott Appointee Greg Hansen fills the County Commission seat left vacant by the late Frank Meeker, Flagler Beach Police Chief Matt Doughney holds another Doughnut With Doughney session, the county talks dunes restoration, Edith Wharton talks marriage.

Weekend Briefing: Next to Normal at CRT, Career Day at Rymfire, Home Show, Black on Trump, The Inauguration

| January 20, 2017

Next to Normal, the rock musical, at City Repertory Theatre, Lewis Black on Trump’s inauguration, the annual Home and Lifestyle Show at Flagler Palm Coast High School, and Career Day at Rymfire.

Thursday Briefing: Project Bags, Thank A Mentor Day, Lawless Plea, District Spelling Bee

| January 19, 2017

A special meeting of the county’s jobs council reveals “Project Bags,” Rebecca Lawless pleads in the DUI manslaughter death of Diane Upton, the district spelling bee at Wadsworth Elementary, Theodor Adorno.

Wednesday Briefing: Rezoning for Homes Off U.S. 1, TDC Grants, Betsy DeVos’s War on Public Schools

| January 18, 2017

The Flagler Tourist Development Council awards a few quality-of-life grants to local groups and businesses, rezoning for 348 homes along US1 in Palm Coast’s K Section, Scott McClanahan on Crapalachia.

Tuesday Briefing: The John Seth Difference, Flagler Schools’ Rezoning, Flagler Playhouse Expansion, Pink Army

| January 17, 2017

FPC Band Leader John Seth gets national recognition, the Flagler School Board considers various rezoning proposals, the Flagler Playhouse wants to expand, The Palm Coast City Council refinances again, and Narciso Yepes plays on.

Sheriff’s Chief Cole Places 1st in Crimestoppers’ 5K

| January 16, 2017

The Flagler County Sheriff’s Chief Steve Cole, an avid runner and bicyclist, represented the Sheriff’s Office in Crimestoppers’ seventh Run to Stop Crime 5K race Saturday (Jan. 14) in Ormond Beach and placed first in his age group, 45-49.

Weekend Briefing: Drug Court Graduation, Next to Normal Musical, Adam Trent Magic, RPOF Annual Meeting, Democrats’ New Leader

| January 13, 2017

Retired Judge J. David Walsh presides over the 27th Drug Court Graduation ceremony, the fabulous Next to Normal musical at City Repertory Theatre, a magic show and Dave Mason at the Auditorium, MLK Day on Monday.

Thursday Briefing: Flagler Teacher and Employee of the Year, Pirates in Flagler Beach, Trump’s Conflicts

| January 12, 2017

The 2017 Flagler County Teacher of the Year and Service Employee of the Year are crowned at the Flagler Auditorium, a Palm Coast promotion company explores holding a pirates festival in Flagler Beach, Trumpology of the day.



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