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A Beloved 85-Year-Old House on East Moody Is Leveled in Heap of Surprise and Consternation

| December 29, 2015

The demolition of the stately house at 401 East Moody Blvd. in Bunnell Monday shocked many, but time had run out after more than two years of warnings by the owner that he wanted the property cleared.

Bunnell’s Burden: A Photo Gallery of the Old Flagler County Courthouse and Annex

| November 26, 2013

A 50-image photo gallery provides the first comprehensive inside look at the conditions of the old Flagler County Courthouse and annex, which Bunnell acquired at no cost on Nov. 26. But the city is now responsible for all repair and maintenance costs of both attached structures. The costs will be heavy.

An Old House’s Fate Divides Bunnell as History, Character and Property Rights Clash

| September 26, 2013

An old house hooked to a demolition order and the property it sits on at 401 East Moody Boulevard are suddenly at the center of a clash between a city commission and residents looking to preserve—if not define—the city’s character along its main east-west road on one hand, and the property rights of its residents on the other. That battle may be determined by how the issues surrounding the house and the property are resolved.

Jack Hardin, Only Basketball Coach to Take Bulldogs to Final Four (Twice), Dies

| May 24, 2011

Jack Hardin, who taught social science at Bunnell and FPC from the 1960s to the 1980s, had also been a Bunnell city commissioner and ran for school board against Herschel King in 1982.

Long Before the Potato Festival, Long Before Bunnell, Flagler Bred the Mighty Potato

| May 18, 2011

Ahead of this weekend’s Potato Festival in Bunnell, Sisco Deen, the archive curator for the Flagler County Historical Society, traces the history of the potato’s evolution in Flagler County going back to the 19th century.

So Long, Sadie Strickland: Bunnell Centenarian Was Told Flagler Would Devour Her in 1927

| September 12, 2010

Sadie Strickland died on Sept. 10. She was almost 101. Her neighbors thought she and her husband would run back to Georgia in 1927. The neighbors were wrong.

Botox for Historic Holden House, Age 92

| July 17, 2010

The $23,400 renovation will restore one of the county’s oldest buildings’ original color and windows and lend the Flagler historical society’s headquarters even more of a museum feel.

Bunnell’s Audrey Montine Barber McKnight, 1917-2010

| May 12, 2010

A letter from Sisco Deen, curator of the Flagler County Historical Society, on the death on May 11 of Bunnell pionneer Audrey Montine Barber McKnight.

Palm Coast Resolution of Support for Amtrak/Florida East Coast Railroad Project (2010)

| May 11, 2010

Text of the Palm Coast City Council resolution supporting an Amtrak train station in Bunnell or Flagler County.

DOT Bypass “A Stake Right Through Bunnell’s Heart”

| May 10, 2010

The bypass would accommodate a traffic surge from a Palm Coast development but might also accelerate Bunnell’s decline.

Photo Gallery:
Flagler’s Hopes Shimmer to the Glint of a Train

| May 1, 2010

A photo gallery of Saturday’s turnout of some 150 people at Bunnell’s and Flagler’s plea to Amtrak to reestablish a stop in Bunnell.

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