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Thursday Briefing: Aviation Days at Flagler Beach Museum, Canales Sentencing, Charlie Brown Christmas

| November 29, 2018

Aviation Days continue at Flagler Beach Museum, Matanzas’s thespians put on “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” Jonathan Canales, convicted of attempting to murder his ex-girlfriend, is sentenced to life in prison today.

Wednesday Briefing: Nate Joe Mullins, Aviation Days, Sunshine Law Seminars, Chanticleer

| November 28, 2018

It’s the first of three Aviation Days at the Flagler Beach Museum, Chanticleer performs at the Peabody, the Florida Association of Counties holds its annual legislative conference.

Tuesday Briefing: Mid-30s Tonight, Long Creek Preserve Input, NAACP, Entrepreneur Night

| November 27, 2018

The Palm Coast council discusses a series of new joint agreements with the county, Entrepreneur Night is at Tortugas in Flagler Beach, the NAACP meets.

Monday Briefing: McDonald, School Board Chair, Bunnell Charter Amendments, Last Call for Flagler Beach Holiday Parade

| November 26, 2018

Janet McDonald is the School Board’s new chairperson, last call for entries into next Saturday’s parade in Flagler Beach, Bunnell talks charter amendments for the March ballot.

Thanksgiving Weekend Briefing: Domestic Violence Task Force, Feet to Feast, Thrift Store, Be Local Buy Local

| November 21, 2018

Feat to Feast 5k on Thanksgiving morning, Palm Coast is encouraging shoppers to shop locally the Saturday after Thanksgiving, fund-raiser for the Nearly New Thrift Store.

Tuesday Briefing: Swearing In at Palm Coast Council, County Commission and School Board

| November 20, 2018

Seven elected officials, three of them elected for the first time, are sworn in at the County Commission, palm Coast Council and the School Board.

Monday Briefing: Look Out for Manatees, Look Out at the County Commission, Cottage Fever

| November 19, 2018

It’s all about the County Commission today, starting with a field trip to new cottages at Princess Place, ending with a controversially packed evening agenda before a new commissioner is seated.

Weekend Briefing: Fruehan Surrender, CRT’s “Proof,” Radio Aero, Nature Scapes, Book Sale, Solisti

| November 16, 2018

Former Dr. Florence Fruehan is scheduled to surrender his license Friday, radio model planes at the old landfill, CRT’s “Proof” in its last weekend, services for Ron Charles Sunday, Daytona Solisti in concert Sunday.

Jeremy A. Shults, 1988-2018

| November 15, 2018

Jeremy A. Shults, 30, of Lima, Ohio, passed away Tuesday, November 13, 2018. Jeremy graduated from Flagler-Palm Coast High School in 2006.

Thursday Briefing: Palm Coast’s Buy Local, Recount Results, Gioia Sails, FPC Chorus, Matanzas Band

| November 15, 2018

Counties’ recount results are due at 3 p.m., Gioia Sails opens its new building on Commerce Boulevard, the Matanzas High band and FPC chorus are in concert.

Wednesday Briefing: TNR Forum, Chicks With Cans, Gun Safety for Kids, Diabetes Awareness

| November 14, 2018

Chicks With Cans collects 11,200 pounds of food for Feed Flagler, a Trap, Neuter and Release forum at the Palm Coast Community Center, the Parkland shooting commission meets.

Tuesday Briefing: Religion in Schools, Palm Coast Streetlights, Bunnell Panhandling, FPC Band

| November 13, 2018

The Palm Coast Council talks streetlights, the Bunnell Commission passes a draconian panhandling ordinance, the FPC band is in concert at the auditorium.

Veterans Weekend Briefing: “Proof” at CRT, Vet Breakfast, Vet Fest, Community Cats Yard Sale,

| November 9, 2018

City Rep Theatre stages David Auburn’s Pulitzer-winning “Proof,” Community Cats has its annual yard sale, several Veterans Day activities and commemorations throughout the weekend.

Thursday Briefing: Animal Cruelty Investigations, Rickey Wheeler Appreciation, Wickline Center Uses

| November 8, 2018

Flagler agencies host a two-day training session on animal cruelty investigations, the more than 100 volunteers who helped search for missing child Rickey Wheeler are recognized.

Wednesday Briefing: Wetlands Restoration Meeting, Youth Orchestra Concert, Immigration Attorneys

| November 7, 2018

It’s the day after: no better time than to head to the Auditorium for the Flagler Youth Orchestra’s fall concert, the second of two community meetings on the Flagler County Wetland Restoration Project is scheduled.

Election Day Briefing: Polls Open Until 7 PM, Storm-Damaged Tree Removal, Election Night Parties

| November 6, 2018

Today: Partly cloudy. Highs in the mid 80s. South winds 5 mph. Tonight: Partly cloudy. Lows in the mid 60s. Southwest winds 5 mph. Details here. Today’s document from the National Archives and the Astronomy Picture of the Day. Today’s tides: at the beaches, at the Intracoastal Waterway. Drought Index: 282 The OED’s Word of […]

Monday Briefing: Diabetes Flag-Raising, Great Kids Awards, Dangerous Dog Hearing, Flagler Cares

| November 5, 2018

The case of Cooper the dangerous dog finally gets its hearing in circuit court, the Flagler County Commission decides whether to appoint one of its most generous financial contributors to the planning board, November Great Kids.

Weekend Briefing: First Friday, Freedom Fest at Airport, Navy Jazz Ensemble, Tommy Tant Classic

| November 2, 2018

Freedom fest brings a couple of dozen aircraft to the Flagler Airport, the Tommy Tant Surf Classic takes Flagler Beach after First Friday there, the Navy’s Jazz ensemble is at the Auditorium.

Paul Peacock of Indian Trails and Cara Cronk of Buddy Taylor Are District’s Administrators of the Year

| November 1, 2018

Indian Trails Middle School’s Paul Peacock is this year’s Principal of the Year in the Flagler district, and Buddy Taylor Middle School’s Cara Cronk is the assistant principal of the year.

Thursday Briefing: Joseph Bova Status, Critics Choice Dinner, Palm Coast Finance’s Winners

| November 1, 2018

The case of Joseph Bova, accused of gunning down store clerk Zuheili Roman Rosado at a Palm Coast gas station in 2013, is back in court, Palm Coast’s finance department wins two awards.

Wednesday Briefing: Halloween, Canvassing Board, Stetson Woodwind Ensemble, Trump in Lee County

| October 31, 2018

It’s Halloween: be careful out there, the Flagler Canvassing Board meets again to go through mailed-in ballots, the Stetson Woodwinds Ensemble is in concert, Donald Trump is in southwest Florida.

Tuesday Briefing: $28,000 Raised For FHF’s Hospice, Taste of Fun Coast, TNR, Bunnell Town Hall, Hall of Terror

| October 30, 2018

It’s Taste of the Fun Coast, a fund-raiser for the Flagler County Free Clinic, at the Hammock resort, Palm Coast talks trap, neuter and release and dangerous dogs, Bunnell hosts a town hall, Fire Station 21 hosts its annual Hall of Terror.

Monday Briefing: PCAF’s Latest Turtles, Rotary Club Looking For Bands, Leslie Pitter in Court, Eric Holder on Voting Rights

| October 29, 2018

The Palm Coast Arts Foundation’s community public sculpture project dedicates its latest at Long Creek Nature Preserve, the Flagler Rotary is looking for musical acts to play at Fantasy Lights, corrections as a people skill.

Thursday Briefing: Fruehan in Court, Holden House on National Registry, Innovative Workforce, Early Voting

| October 25, 2018

Holden House in Bunnell lands on the National Register of Historic Places, ex-physician Florence Fruehan attempts to get a criminal charge dropped, the Flagler Beach commission meets.

Wednesday Briefing: What Kind of Manager for Palm Coast? Great Kids Awards, Gillum-DeSantis II

| October 24, 2018

Palm Coast government hosts two public workshops to hear from residents what kind of city manager they want next, Gillum and DeSantis debate again, early voting continues at three locations.

Tuesday Briefing: D’Marcus Boyd Plea, Stetson Guitar Ensemble, Moody-Shaw Debate, Ocala Forest Bombing

| October 23, 2018

D’Marcus Boyd appears in court to tender a plea on charges of rape, burglary and grand theft, Attorney General candidates Ashley Moody (R) and Sean Shaw (D), debate on News 13, some bombing in the Ocala forest.

Monday Briefing: Early Voting Begins, Bunnell’s Meet-and-Greet, Sea Ray Boats Yard Sale

| October 22, 2018

Early voting begins at three locations for all registered voters in Flagler, Bunnell government hosts a meet and greet for all, the Stamp and Coin Club meets.

Weekend Briefing: Rocky Horror, Holler-Ween Fest, NAACP Freedom Fund, Sea Ray Boats Sale, Brass and Opera

| October 19, 2018

The Rocky Horror Show at City Repertory Theatre, Holler-Ween Fest at the Agricultural Museum, the NAACP hosts its Freedom Fund evening, Sea Ray has a yard sale.

Thursday Briefing: Chamber’s Candidate Forum, Resource Fair, Intracoastal Bank, Inspired Mic

| October 18, 2018

The Chamber of Commerce hosts a candidate forum at the Hilton, a community resources and college financial aid fair, the Inspired Mic returns.

Wednesday Briefing: Wawa, Town Center Apartments, Fearless and Focused Women, Wellness

| October 17, 2018

The Bulldog Drive Wawa takes a gulp closer to reality, the Palm Coast planning board approves a site plan for Town Center apartments, fearless women talk at a chamber function.


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