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Wednesday Briefing: Planning Board, League of Cities, Wykretowicz Trial, Haumea Rings, Chambery Funeral Home

| October 18, 2017

A new funeral home celebrates its grand opening in Palm Coast, the League of Cities’ mayors meet, Volusia deputies’ affairs, Molly Ringwald’s many other Harveys.

Today’s Flagler Jail Bookings and Sheriff’s Crime and Incident Reports

| October 16, 2017

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: Kristen Hadeed’s Tough Dad, Child-Abuse Trial, Hurricane Make-Up Day

| October 16, 2017

Ex-cop Stanley Wykretowicz goes on trial on charges he brutalized his 2-year-old niece, it’s Kristen Hadeed week, the county commission writes social services checks, Trump forgets the 1st Amendment.

Weekend Briefing: [Title Of Show] at CRT, Evening With the Artists, Pink Army Run, Pellicer Creek Raid

| October 14, 2017

Runners and walkers gather at dawn Sunday in front of Florida Hospital Flagler for the annual Pink Army Run, the Agriculture Museum’s annual Civil War battle reenactment, City Repertory Theatre’s new musical.

Thursday Briefing: Irma’s Mountain of Loss, Science Matters, A Community Garden in Flagler Beach, Flagpoles

| October 12, 2017

The Flagler Beach City Commission is expected to approve its medical marijuana dispensaries ordinance and a request for a community garden in the city, Ann Coulter speaks at a Lincoln Day dinner.

Wednesday Briefing: Kelsey Banks, Survivor, SBA Disaster Loan Assistance, Ending Fireworks Ban

| October 11, 2017

A Belle Terre Elementary 4th grader has a day proclaimed for her as she passes 5-year mark cancer free, SBA loans for disaster recovery in Flagler Beach.

Tuesday Briefing: Development Worries at Matanzas Shores, Palm Coast Data’s Pink Army, NRA’s Guns, FPC Chorus

| October 10, 2017

Residents from the Matanzas Shores area plan to jam a county planning board meeting to oppose proposed developments there, the FPC chorus is in concert, exploring for oil in the Everglades.

State Awards Flagler Sheriff’s Office $158,000 To Pay For Three Victims’ Advocates

| October 9, 2017

Victim advocates work as a support system to victims, survivors, and their families following traumatic events. These professionals give emotional support and guidance during traumatic events.

Monday Briefing: Magritte in Bunnell, Heat Index Up to 102, How Dan Davis Is Doing, Dutton’s DUI Blood Test

| October 9, 2017

The county commission holds a special meeting on tax revenue, the Bunnell commission discusses the performance of its city manager, FWC holds a workshop on goliath grouper.

Soggy Princess Place Forces Popular Creekside Festival To Be Rescheduled To November

| October 6, 2017

There are two to three feet of standing water in what would have been the main festival area at the Princess Place Preserve, forcing the postponement.

Weekend Briefing: First Friday in Flagler Beach, Access Flagler, Maze Dayz, NAACP Freedom Fund Awards, Turtle Palooza

| October 6, 2017

Too many events to enumerate this weekend, from First Friday in Flagler Beach to the NAACP’s awards to art openings, Corvette show and a fall festival.

Thursday Briefing: FEMA Town Hall in Flagler Beach, Audubon Society, Conan on Vega,s Indian Trails Band Concert

| October 5, 2017

FEMA and Flagler Beach team up in a town hall meeting to answer residents’ questions and concerns about recent flooding, Conan O’Brien’s monologue on the Vegas shooting.

Wednesday Briefing: Fire Police Heroes, Charter Review, Walk To School Day, Einstein’s Socialism

| October 4, 2017

Palm Coast Fire Police members are honored by the sheriff, Rymfire Elementary has Walk To School Day, Palm Coast holds another one of those charter review meetings.

Daytona State College Hosts 2nd Annual Homecoming 5K Walk/Run Oct. 21

| October 3, 2017

The campus 5K welcomes everyone to come out and kick off the weekend with an active venture around the Daytona Beach Campus.

FEMA Registrations Tuesday Through Thursday at Wickline in Flagler Beach, Friday at County Fairgrounds

| October 3, 2017

Flagler County continues to recover from flooding caused by the hurricane, especially in Flagler Beach and the rest of the barrier island, as well as in western Flagler County.

Tuesday Briefing: Suzanne Johnston’s Gift, Palm Coast Pot, Palm Harbor, Half-Assed Half-Masts

| October 3, 2017

The school board discusses a troubled charter school, Palm Coast council sets marijuana dispensary zoning rules, the latest mass shooting, the latest inaction.

Monday Briefing: Pink Army Flag-Raising, Decriminalizing Pot, For Puerto Rico, PSC Report

| October 2, 2017

The Pink Army launches the year’s breast-cancer awareness and fund-raising campaign, a report on how utility rates are set, a $15,000 economic incentive package.

Flagler Sheriff’s Detective Hristakopoulos Honored With Greatest Save Award For Closing Child-Sex Case

| September 29, 2017

The Greatest Save is a national award that recognizes police work that protects children from exploitation and trafficking. George Hristakopoulo’s investigation led to the arrest of a 51-year-old man accused of raping a 16 year old.

Weekend Briefing: Evita, Family Fun Festival, Ballerina’s Tale, Farm-To-Table Dinner, Disaster Recovery

| September 29, 2017

Evita’s final weekend at the Flagler Playhouse, St. Thomas Episcopal’s annual Family Faith Fun Festival, the story of the first black principal ballerina at the American Ballet, Schiff’s French Suites.

Thursday Briefing: Recovery Center Opens in Flagler Beach, Sisco Deen in Bunnell, Soderberg in Daytona

| September 28, 2017

A recovery-help center opens for Flagler Beach for three days, Sisco Deen signs his new book, Nancy Soderberg speaks in Daytona, school open houses and curriculum night.

Wednesday Briefing: Charter Workshop, Cmdr. Ferris Retires, Dads Take Your Child To School Day, FEC Rail

| September 27, 2017

Commander Sam Ferris retired after 21 years at the Sheriff’s Office, Palm Coast holds first of four charter review workshops, a Florida East Coast Railway executive speaks to the economic development board.

West Flagler Event Turns Into Big Post-Hurricane Relief Effort For Hundreds of Households

| September 26, 2017

Food and pantry items were provided to 167 households, 200 backpacks were filled with toiletries, the Red Cross served 300 meals last Saturday.

Tuesday Briefing: Palm Coast Fibernet, Lobbying and Mosquito Control, Devore Sentence, Freedom From Prayer

| September 26, 2017

Carl Devore, 20, is sentenced for the murder of Victor James Betty in a 2016 home invasion in Palm Coast’s F Section, the Palm Coast council takes on a series of issues, a talk on freedom of thought.

Monday Briefing: Banned Book Week, Bunnell Budget, Stamp and Coin, a 14-Year-Old Violinist Phenom, Immigrant’s Necessity

| September 25, 2017

Sophie’s Choice is shown twice at the public library to mark Banned Book Week, the Bunnell commission holds its budget workshop, setting next year’s tax rate, a 14-year-old stuns you with her violin skills.

Weekend Briefing: Walk to End Alzheimer’s, Weimar Berlin at CRT, Evita at Playhouse, Paul Renner, Free Museum, J.S. Bach

| September 22, 2017

Great plays at City Repertory Theatre and the Flagler Playhouse, free museum entry at Agriculture Museum Saturday, Paul Renner visits, Alzheimer’s Walk in Flagler Beach, Andras Schiff plays Bach.

Thursday Briefing: Evita at the Playhouse, Fernando Sor, Office Hours With Nelson Aide, Flagler Budget

| September 21, 2017

Andrew Lloyd Weber’s “Evita” is at the Flagler Playhouse, the County Commission holds its final budget hearing to set next year’s tax rates, Fernando Sor’s guitar.

Wednesday Briefing: New Student School Board Members, Palm Coast Budget, Senior Games

| September 20, 2017

The Palm Coast City Council holds its second and final budget hearing, setting next year’s tax rates, meet the two new student school board members, undercover in the alt-right.

Tuesday Briefing: Water Spout in South Flagler, New Lights at FPC Stadium, 615 Homes Off Colbert

| September 19, 2017

The school board plans to replace lights at FPC stadium, better AC at Indian Trails and Bunnell Elementary, Palm Coast Council talks Jim Landon contract. Remember to donate food at Flagler schools for county’s needy.

Monday Briefing: Welcome Back To Normal, Bunnell’s Fire Future, Alcohol Hours, Erin Vickers Trial

| September 18, 2017

It’s a return to normal after a week of hell, the Bunnell City Commission votes on whether to hand over fire services to the county and extend alcohol sale hours, Erin Vickers goes on trial.

Flagler Beach Museum Providing 100 Free Meals Thursday Evening

| September 14, 2017

Beyond the meals, the museum will be a one-stop resource center for residents needing volunteer help or assistance with FEMA.

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