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Daytona State College Fall Enrollment Set for Aug. 19

| August 6, 2017

New and returning students can sign up for classes, financial aid and other needs or benefits in one visit to Daytona State College on Saturday, Aug. 19, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Wetherell Center at the Daytona Beach Campus, 1200 W. International Speedway Blvd.

Florida’s Back-To-School Sales Tax Holiday Is This Weekend: Here’s A Guide

| August 2, 2017

Florida’s 2017 sales tax holiday on school supplies, clothing, shoes and personal computers and other select accessories is this weekend–starting at a minute after midnight Friday, Aug. 4, through midnight Sunday, Aug. 7.

Gargiulo Art Foundation’s “Work”

| July 1, 2017

Flagler County Art League is featuring the Gargiulo Art Foundation’s “WORK” July 8th – August 8th, 2017

Thursday Briefing: Hurricane Preparedness, Junior Lifeguard Camp Registration, Oliva’s Last Bowl, A 10-Year-Old Sings the Blues

| June 1, 2017

Superintendent Jacob Oliva wanted to cap his last day with a bowling outing with FPC students, hurricane preparedness talks and kits at the Hilton, junior lifeguard camp registration in Flagler Beach.

Wednesday Briefing: More 90s, Get Set for Basketball League, Eastwood at 87, Whitman at 198

| May 31, 2017

A relatively quiet day in the region aside from a busy court docket and a still-rising drought index, with Walt Whitman’s advice on disobedience and Clint Eastwood Unforgiven.

Weekend Briefing: Flagler Beach Pirates, Hope to Help Dance Against Cancer, Kayaking, Introduction to Bull

| May 19, 2017

Pirates take Flagler Beach, FPC Starlets take the stage, fitness with Palm Coast’s mayor, Choral Arts Society’s May concert, a college course introduction to bullshit, learning about the coming eclipse.

Thursday Briefing: Sheriff’s Law Enforcement Vigil, Flagler and McLaughlin Town Halls, Go Natural Walk, Chelsea Manning

| May 18, 2017

The Chamber of Commerce hosts a town hall at the Flagler Auditorium on the county’s future, the Sheriff’s Office hosts its annual fallen officer memorial, a nature walk at Long Creek Preserve, the Starlets in action.

Wednesday Briefing: Matanzas High Blood Drive, Baccalaureate Service, Helen Keller on Book Burning

| May 17, 2017

A Matanzas blood drive for scholarships, a country of hackers, Flagler’s graduates get a service at Santa Maria del Mar, Helen Keller’s words to book-burners.

Tuesday Briefing: Barbara Klein Craig Painting, James Tager Contract, Judge DuPont Hearing, Food Truck Tuesday

| May 16, 2017

Circuit Judge Scott DuPont submits to a hearing on his case of improprieties during his reelection campaign, a painting gifted to the Flagler Beach City Commission chamber, the new superintendent’s contract.

Monday Briefing: Sean Monti Trial, Donuts With Doughney at 7-Eleven, AAUW Scholarships, Arts Foundation Fund-Raising Goal

| May 15, 2017

Repeat offender Sean Monti goers on trial before Judge Dennis Craig this morning with jury selection, Flagler Beach Police Chief Matt Doughney speaks with constituents over doughnuts at 7-11, the Palm Coast Arts Foundation crosses the 80 percent mark in its fund-raiser.

Deputy Richard Petkovsek Is CrimeStoppers’ Flagler Law Enforcement Officer of the Year

| May 12, 2017

Richard Petkovsek, with the sheriff’s office just three years, was recognized for bravery, selflessness and an act of humanitarianism toward a homeless man.

Weekend Briefing: Ocean Art’s Love Can Move the World, Big Fish by FPC Drama, the Best Short Film in Years

| May 12, 2017

Flagler Palm Coast High School Thespian Drama Club’s production of its Spring Musical, “Big Fish,” Love Can Move the World, at Ocean Art Gallery in Flagler Beach, “Alike,” the great short film.

Thursday Briefing: Judge Craig on Project WARM, Big Fish at Flagler Auditorium, Dunkin Opens, Blues Festival

| May 11, 2017

Flagler Palm Coast High School’s thespians take the stage for four nights, Rymfire chorus in action, Judge Craig reacts to Project Warm, a favored Dunkins Donut reopens in the heart of Palm Coast.

Wednesday Briefing: Singer’s First Court Appearance, Leadership Flagler Graduation, Jail v. Treatment

| May 10, 2017

Dorothy Singer, accused of murdering her husband, appears before Judge Moore-Stens, Leadership Flagler graduates its 24th class, Public Defender James Purdy talks treatment v. jail.

Tuesday Briefing: Hurricane Matthew After-Action Report, PCAF’s Big Night, Back to War in Afpak, Florida Textbooks

| May 9, 2017

The Palm Coast Council discusses the city’s response to Hurricane Matthew in an after-action report and considers long-term financing, Trump steps up the war in Afghanistan again.

Monday Briefing: France Survives, Bunnell Instant Bingo, Community Fitcamp, CR13 Roadwork

| May 8, 2017

The Bunnell City Commission considers an ordinance that would bring instant bingo to the city, reconstruction of County Road 13 begins, The Legislature finalizes the budget.

Weekend Briefing: Cinco de Mayo, Law Enforcement Shootout, CRT’s John & Jen, Arbor Day and Mayor’s Health Challenge

| May 5, 2017

Watch the local law enforcement shootout for the fastest gun in Flagler County, John and Jen closes out CRT’s season, Arbor Day in Central Park, Cinco de Mayo and Reformation.

Thursday Briefing: County Road 13 Construction, Vac-Con Trucks, Kimmel’s Verklempt, Palm Coast Democrats, Josh Crews Book Launch

| May 4, 2017

Josh Crews book project launches at Belle Terre, John & Jen at City Rep Theatre, Jimmy Kimmel loses it over his newborn son and Trump’s gutting of the ACA, Dahlia’s Mexican Kitchen, and CPE Bach.

Wednesday Briefing: Code Enforcement, Free Legal Clinics, Tim Hogan State Farms, Why Obamacare Persists

| May 3, 2017

A free legal clinic at the Flagler County Courthouse focuses on criminal and traffic law, Tim Hogan State Farm holds its grand opening in Bunnell, Trump averaged five lies or misstatements a day in his first 100 days.

Tuesday Briefing: Superintendent Choice Time, Monopolizing Palm Coast Cell Towers, Scam Safety

| May 2, 2017

The School Board this morning potentially makes its choice for the next superintendent, the Palm Coast council decides whether to hire a company that would largely control the city’s cell-tower contracts and revenue share.

Monday Briefing: Dunes Update, Hanns Returns, Burn Ban, Flagler Youth Orchestra Year-End Concert, Teacher Appreciation Week

| May 1, 2017

The Flagler Youth Orchestra’s 350 musicians perform, in their five separate ensembles, in their last concert of the year at the Auditorium, the county commission talks dunes and may bring back George Hanns to a committee appointment.

Weekend Briefing: John and Jen, Music Under the Stars, Centennial Celebration, Rally By the Sea, Drug Take-Back

| April 28, 2017

“John and Jane,” the musical, closes out City Repertory’s season, a Jazz evening organized by Citry Market Place businesses to benefit the FPC jazz band, Centennial celebrations, Rally By the Sea.

Thursday Briefing: New Guard Towers For Flagler Beach, Growing Costs of Pier Repairs, A Possible Marina Settlement

| April 27, 2017

The Flagler Beach City Commission may be on the verge of a settlement with Howard Sklar and the Marina, the pier will cost $45,000 and three more months to repair, the Palm Coast Beautification Committee remembers the U.S.S. Liberty.

Retirement of Two K-9s, Repo and Reno, Highlights Sheriff’s Award Ceremony

| April 26, 2017

The two K-9s had worked eight years and been deployed nearly 200 times, contributing to the arrests of some 40 individuals. Among the numerous awards, deputy Jeff Puritis was recognized for his control of a potential suicide-by-cop situation at the courthouse in March.

Wednesday Briefing: Economic Council’s Engagement, Buddy Taylor Spring Concert, Constitution Revision Hits Gainesville

| April 26, 2017

Buddy Taylor Middle School holds its Spring Concert, the Flagler Economic Opportunity Council talks community engagement, Constitution Revision Commission travels to Gainesville, and Brigitte Bardot.

Tuesday Briefing: Bathrooms for Indian Trail Sports Complex, Lighting Up Ball Fields, Bowling for FPS, Eudora Welty

| April 25, 2017

The Palm Coast City Council considers $500,000 sports fields lights (but not street lights), Bunnell Elementary’s Future Problem Solvers hold a fund-raising bowl, Eudora Welty speaks and reads.

Monday Briefing: Pier Cheers Again, France’s Trumpette, Bunnell’s State of the City, Carver Auction

| April 24, 2017

Bunnell Mayor Catherine Robinson delivers the annual State of the City Address, and the city commission awards a medal to one of its cops, the pier hops again, Marine Le Pen’s win in France.

Weekend Briefing: Funny Thing at Flagler Playhouse, More Superintendent Interviews, Cheer at the Pier

| April 21, 2017

The Flagler Playhouse opens “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” Cheer at the Pier celebrates the Centennial, the Chamber Players are in concert Sunday, and more.

Thursday Briefing: Superintendent Interviews, Senior Scholarships, Bill O’Reilly’s Karma

| April 20, 2017

The last three candidates for school superintendent still standing interview with the school board in successive slots, then attend the annual senior scholarship awards at the Flagler Auditorium.

Wednesday Briefing: Bernie Sanders in Miami, Tourist Development, Matanzas Rezoning | FlaglerLive

| April 19, 2017

Some 23 acres look to be rezoned for single family homes in Matanzas area, the Tourist Development Council meets for the first time in two months, Bernie Sanders in the “Come Together and Fight Back” tour in Miami.

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