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Weekend Briefing: Surf for Autism, Hammock Harbor, Rick Shaefer’s Refugees, Farmers’ Markets

| August 23, 2019

Surf for Autism is slated for Saturday in Flagler Beach, the Scenic A1A Pride Committee gets a look at the revised Hammock Harbor redevelopment proposal, Rick Shaefer opens an exhibit.

Thursday Briefing: Heat Index to 102, Tiger Bay Wine Tasting, Transgender Inmate Case, FYO Recruits

| August 22, 2019

The Flagler Tiger Club hosts a community wine tasting, Gary Ray Bowles is scheduled to be executed, the Flagler Youth Orchestra performs in elementary schools, the case of a transgender inmate is heard in court.

Wednesday Briefing: Technical Review, Tourism, Planning, Contractor Review and Navy Bombing

| August 21, 2019

A day of workhorse meetings including Flagler’s tourist development council and its technical review committee, the Palm Coast Planning Board and other routines.

Tuesday Briefing: Building in Palm Coast, School Vaccination Protocols, Stormwater, Food Truck Tuesday

| August 20, 2019

Palm Coast government hosts a forum on its building department, the school board talks vaccination, Food Truck Tuesday in Central Park, the Flagler Youth Orchestra recruits.

Monday Briefing: Contractor Review Board Appointments, More Money for Fireworks, Employees of the Quarter

| August 19, 2019

The County Commission makes appointments to the Contractor Review Board, with a controversial applicant in the mix, the cost of July 4 fireworks is going up to $25,000, the sheriff names winners of quarterly awards.

The Live Calendar: Palm Coast, Flagler and Nearbys’ Complete List of Events

| August 17, 2019

Palm Coast Flagler and the region’s most comprehensive calendar of political, cultural, civic, social and entertainment events for coming days, near and far.

Weekend Briefing: Fruehan and Haughton in Court, Improv at the Playhouse, GTM’s 20th, Belle Terre Clean-Up

| August 16, 2019

Judge Perkins hears ex-physician Fruehan’s plea and sentences Bruce Haughton on an assisted suicide conviction in separate cases, the GTM reserve celebrates, a night of improv at the Flagler Playhouse, a fishing tournament on the pier.

Thursday Briefing: Heat Index to 102, Palm Coast’s Sports Alliance Re-Launch, Inspired Mic, Primary Elections

| August 15, 2019

Palm Coast re-launches its Sports Alliance, the school safety commission meets again, a proposal to open primary voting is discussed, the Inspired Mic at Hidden Treasures.

Wednesday Briefing: Heat Index to 110, Safety Commission, “Public Feeding,” $16,263 to Youth Ranches

| August 14, 2019

Flagler’s Public Safety Coordinating Council talks homelessness and suicide prevention, another dangerously hot day, the Marjorie Stoneman Douglas safety commission meets.

Tuesday Briefing: Heat Index to 106, Litter Gitter’s River Cleanup, Hammock Harbor, Flagler Beach Budget

| August 13, 2019

Matanzas Riverkeeper’s Litter Gitter II cleans up around Bing’s, the Flagler Beach City Commission figures out next year’s budget, the Flagler Planning Board takes on another big Hammock development.

Monday Briefing: Heat Index to 108, First Day Back for Students, Flagler Cares Coalition, Charter Review

| August 12, 2019

Another potentially dangerously hot day for a first-day back for students, the Flagler Beach Charter Review Commission meets, the Flagler Sportfishing Club’s generosity, and Bunnell talks finances–without a finance director.

Florida Film Academy’s International Student Film Festival in St. Augustine Sept. 14-15

| August 10, 2019

Florida Film Academy is hosting its inaugural International Student Film Festival on Saturday, September 14 and Sunday, September 15 at Corazon Cinema and Café in downtown St. Augustine with showings from 12:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Candlelight Vigil at Flagler Beach’s Veterans Park on Aug. 31 to Mark Overdose Awareness Day

| August 10, 2019

Open Door Recovery and Re-entry Ministries hosts a candlelight vigil in memory of victims of the opioid crisis on August 31 at Veteran’s Memorial Park in Flagler Beach, starting at 7 p.m.

Weekend Briefing: 4 Artists Talk, School Open Houses, Enrollment Day at DSC, Teens-In-Flight Fund-Raiser AdventHealth’s Kids

| August 9, 2019

Teens-In-Flight Inc. hosts its second annual Hangar Party, a free one-day youth football safety clinic, time for students to lock in their fall schedule at Daytona State College, artists Peter Cerreta, J. J. Graham, Harry Messersmith, and John Sbordone at FCAL,

Thursday Briefing: Heat Index to 109, Meet the Teachers, Gopher Tortoises in Flagler Beach

| August 8, 2019

Dangerously high temperatures, meet the teachers and orientation at Old Kings, Rymfire, Buddy Taylor, Indian Trails and FPC, talk of gopher tortoise in Flagler Beach.

Wednesday Briefing: Purple Heart Day, New Student Orientation at FPC, Meet the Teachers at Imagine

| August 7, 2019

It’s pre-planning days in Flagler Schools and new student orientation at Flagler Palm Coast High School, Purple Heart Day, Henry James characters discuss being in love.

Tuesday Briefing: National Night Out at FPC, Superintendent Search, Sportsfishing Club, Sales Tax Holiday Ends

| August 6, 2019

The sheriff’s annual National Night Out this evening at FPC, the school board discusses a timeline for its next superintendent hire, the back-to-school sales tax holiday ends at midnight tonight.

Fund-Raiser for Teens-in-Flight, the Flagler Non-Profit That Keeps Churning Out Young Pilots

| August 5, 2019

Teens-In-Flight, the flight school created by Col. Jack Howell, holds its second annual “Hangar Party” fund-raiser Saturday from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Palm Coast Elks Lodge, hoping to draw 165 people and raise $35,000.

Today’s Flagler Jail Bookings, Crime and Incident Reports for Palm Coast, Flagler Beach and Bunnell

| August 5, 2019

Palm Coast and Flagler County jail bookings, day and night shift commanders’ crime and incident reports investigated by Sheriff’s deputies and archive.

Monday Briefing: Mark Weinberg’s National Honor, Welcome Back, School Staff, Tourism Grants, Stormwater

| August 5, 2019

Court services’ Mark Weinberg wins a national award, school staff return with a welcome back breakfast, a ribbon-cutting at the new Flagler Auditorium, Palm Coast and Bunnell each have their stormwater discussions.

Weekend Briefing: Urban Surf, Michael Wilson Sentencing, First Friday, Summer Art, Back to School Jam

| August 2, 2019

It’s First Friday in Flagler Beach, Michael Wislon is sentenced on lesser charges after being acquitted of attempted murder, the annual Back to School Jam is at FPC Saturday.

Thursday Briefing: Grades 7 and 8 Schedule Pick-Ups at ITMS, Hurricane Prep with the Lord, Staly’s Lifetime Award

| August 1, 2019

It’s those back-to-school routines again, with grade schedule pick-ups at Indian Trails Middle, a hurricane preparation presentation with Flagler County’s Jonathan Lord, a sheriff’s association award for Rick Staly.

Wednesday Briefing: Heat Index to 104, McDevitt Back in Court, Glenn Davis, Bombing Runs, DSC Tours

| July 31, 2019

James McDevitt is back in court to contest his 2013 conviction on rape charges, the Navy conducts live bombing runs in the Ocala forest, tours continue on the Daytona State College campus ahead of the fall term.

Tuesday Briefing: A1A Sea Wall Done, Palm Coast’s Sports Fields, End of Leisure Services Committee, Mike Waltz

| July 30, 2019

Construction of the sea wall along State Road A1A in Flagler Beach is complete but for the dune cover, Palm Coast discusses its utilities and other budgets, Rep. Mike Waltz speaks with county staff.

Monday Briefing: Sportsfishing Club’s Clinic, Bunnell Budget, Last Camp, DSC Tours, Hélène Grimaud’s Chaconne

| July 29, 2019

The Bunnell City Commission studies its general fund budget, your chance to tour the Daytona State College campus in Daytona, the Sportsfishing Club’s successful kids clinic, the great Grimaud plays Bach.

Flagler Health Department Expands Hepatitis Clinic, Marking Hepatitis Day 2019

| July 27, 2019

The Flagler Health Department in Bunnell has renewed its commitment to diagnosing and treating Hepatitis after receiving grant for Hepatitis C treatment and clinic expansion.

A Year After Incidents, Embry-Riddle Replacing Bulk of Training Fleet With 60 New Cessna Skyhawks

| July 27, 2019

Last year the university’s planes experienced a string of incidents, one of them fatal to a student and an examiner. Embry-Riddle’s fleet in Daytona Beach and Arizona currently includes more than 100 aircraft,

Flagler’s FireFlight Helicopter, On Reconnaissance, Prevents Potentially Devastating Wildfire

| July 25, 2019

FireFlight crews used the helicopter’s ability to travel anywhere within the county in 15 minutes with its 210-gallon water bucket to prevent a wildfire from getting out of control on July 16.

Thursday Briefing: Meet the Mayors, Sheriff’s Building Bid Opening, Panhandling

| July 25, 2019

The county’s mayors speak at a public event hosted by the Realtors’ association, the Flagler Beach Commission discusses a panhandling ordinance, the county opens architecture bids for the new sheriff’s operations center.

Wednesday Briefing: Dangerous Dog Appeal, Facing Grief Together, a $100 Million Signature, Capitalism

| July 24, 2019

Lots of rain, a family’s appeal of a dangerous-dog designation in Palm Coast, a meeting of Facing Grief Together, the county looks for yet another tourism and marketing research firm.

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