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Tuesday Briefing: FPC Band in Concert, Flagler Auditorium in Review, Florida Lawmakers Ride Refugee Crisis

| November 17, 2015

The FPC band just returned from scoring superior for the 13th straight year. The school board and Auditorium board hold a joint workshop. Florida lawmakers seize on the Syrian refugee crisis to talk illegal immigration.

Weekend Briefing: Elbert Tucker Speaks, Judge Moore-Stens Marks Constitution’s Birthday, GoToby Goes Bull on N-J

| September 18, 2015

Elbert Tucker is the keynote speaker at Drug Court graduation, Judge Moore-Stens is the keynote speaker at a celebration of the Constitution at the Public Library, GoToby doesn’t think the News-Journal has its foreclosure facts straight.

Thursday Briefing: Obama Likes Ahmed’s Coo Coo-Cop Clock, Maya at the GSB, Dexter Gordon’s Tunisia

| September 17, 2015

The Flagler Commission holds its final budget and tax hearing, the annual Maya at the Playa conference kicks off at the GSB, Obama invites Ahmed Mohamed to the White House, with the clock that scared a teacher and cops.

Wednesday Briefing: Rios Sentenced to 15 Years, Clinton Down, Trump Steady, Tourism Grants Ahoy

| September 16, 2015

Rios, accused of raping a 14-year-old girl, was found guilty in 15 minutes by a jury, more Republicans think Trump could be president, fewer Democrats like Clinton, and the Flagler TDC goes wild with grants.

Tuesday Briefing: County Talks Cell Towers, School Board Takes Up 5-Year, $16-Million Construction Plan

| September 15, 2015

The Flagler County Commission is still hunting for an alternative site for a 320-foot cell tower near John Anderson Highway. The school board and Palm Coast City Council meet.

Monday Briefing: Flagler Youth Orchestra Open House, Ismael Rios Trial, 3 Flagler Schools Move Michelle Obama

| September 14, 2015

The Youth Orchestra holds its pre-season orientation at Indian Trails Middle School at 5:30 p.m., 3 Flagler Schools Move Michelle Obama, Linda Provencher has a town hall, and plenty more to restart the week.

Weekend Briefing: Big Band Night, Arts in Education Week, DSC’s Free SAT Workshops, Manly Crying

| September 11, 2015

The Palm Coast Arts Foundation hosts its Big Band Night at Halifax Plantation, Senior Games begin, Biden hedges away from a presidential run, and a look at crying men in history.

Thursday Briefing: Restaurant Week Begins, Flagler Beach Takes Up Private Pier Parties, Democrats’ Hillary Panic

| September 10, 2015

Time for some Flagler gastronomy as the chamber’s Restaurant Week teases palates, the Flagler Beach City Commission again takes up the renting out of the pier to private parties, Democrats look at Al Gore and others as Hillary replacements, just in case.

Wednesday Briefing: Dog v. Boy, Barry v. Publix, Nimby v. Cell Towers, Tax Hearings and Child Protection

| September 9, 2015

The Flagler County Commission will decide whether to allow three colossal cell towers to rise past its usual rules, and rule on whether a dog should be declared dangerous for biting an 8-year-old boy. Palm Coast and Flagler Beach hold tax hearings.

Tuesday Briefing: Palm Coast Talks Manatees, Parkway 90% Done, Coastal Cloud’s 100th, Leadership Flagler’s New Class

| September 8, 2015

Work returns with a vengeance after Labor Day as budget and tax hearings begin today, starting with the school board, palm Coast discusses manatee protection, Coastal Cloud celebrates its 100th client.

Weekend Briefing: The Flagler Youth Orchestra Recruits, St. Augustine Celebrates, English-Only Bigots Speak

| September 4, 2015

The Flagler Youth Orchestra is taking enrollment for the 11th season of its free program, St. Augustine celebrates its 450th, English-only fooleries wag their tongues again, spurred by Trump.

Thursday Briefing: Women’s Self-Defense, Paramedics in Flagler Beach, Jeb Goes Sour, Colbert Goes Live

| September 3, 2015

Palm Coast is offering self-defense classes for women, budget-adoption hearings begin this evening at the county, Trump is getting under Jeb Bush’s skin, and Colbert goes live in a matter of days.

Wednesday Briefing: Kiwanis at 100, Violent-Offender Pre-Trials, Taser-Armed Drones, Pythons and Bears

| September 2, 2015

Numerous violent offenders appear in a series of pre-trials before Judge Walsh this afternoon, the Fish and Wildlife Commission takes on pythons and bears, Fox News falsely ties cop killings to the Black Lives Matter movement.

Tuesday Briefing: Palm Coast’s Life-Saving Firefighters, Weaponized Police Drones, Rising Murder Rates

| September 1, 2015

A Palm Coast couple writes of firefighters’ life-saving intervention, murder rates are rising sharply in many cities, Flagler Beach firefighters raise money for MDA, Shostakovich’s great waltz.

Monday Briefing: Facebook and Twitter After You Die, Flagler Photography Club Annual Show, Denali’s Rebirth

| August 31, 2015

Find out what happens to your Facebook and Twitter pages after you die, Denali takes back its name from McKinley, Oliver Sacks dies, the Flagler Photography Club’s annual show is on.

Weekend Briefing: Dank and Stormy Days, A Night at the Ag Museum, Israel’s Red-State Illusions

| August 28, 2015

A wet, relatively uneventful weekend in anticipation of Tropical Storm Erika, Israel’s illusions as a GOP red state, a sleep-over at the Florida Ag Museum, plus Edward Gibbon and Rubenstein playing Chopin.

Thursday Briefing: Raising the Floor in Flagler Beach, Live Murder of Journalists, That Old Trump-Bush Feud

| August 27, 2015

Two journalists are murdered on live TV, Flagler Beach aims to raise base-floor elevations of new homes (builders are unhappy), plus Jonathan Franzen, R.L. Lewis, Trump and Bush.

Wednesday Briefing: Heat Index Up to 105, Bicyclist Killed in Wreck With Palm Coast Woman on U.S. 1 in St. Johns, Scott Less Hated

| August 26, 2015

Kalette Manka, 18, of Palm Coast, was not injured, but Charles Frederick Barret, 50, of St. Augustine, was killed in a crash at U.S. 1 and Datil Pepper Road in St. Johns County.

Tuesday Briefing: Palm Coast Annexing Near Sea Ray and Borrowing $30 Million, Lush Paradise at Ocean Art

| August 25, 2015

Palm Coast plans annexation of nearly a dozen properties along Roberts Road near Sea Ray, and will borrow $30 million to pay for the city’s second sewer plant.

Monday Briefing: Be Careful Out There, It’s Back to School Day, Bush and Manatees, DSC Fights Cyber Crimes

| August 24, 2015

Public and private students are back in school across Flagler County today, Daytona State College is designated a Center of Digital Forensics Academic Excellence (CDFAE) by the Defense Cyber Crime Center.

Weekend Briefing: A New Day at Old County Courthouse, School Orientations, Adopt a Precinct, Donuts With Doughney

| August 21, 2015

The old county courthouse reopens as a Christian school today, non-profits can make money adopting a voting precinct, the friendly side of Flagler Beach Capt. Matthew Doughney, Bach’s St. Matthew Passion in full.

Thursday Briefing: 8 Year Old Tells of Dog Bite, School Orientations, Policing Panties

| August 20, 2015

The week of student orientations and open houses continues with Matanzas High and Imagine on today’s slate, arguing against a pantie law, Marco Rubio’s slow-going.

Wednesday Briefing: County Seeks $150,000 for Preserve Cottages, a New Joan B. King Park, Women’s Libido Pill

| August 19, 2015

County government is seeking–from itself, in effect, by way of its tourism board–a $150,000 “grant” from bed sales tax revenue to help build cottages at Princes Place Preserve.

Tuesday Briefing: Your Kids’ Vaccines at Health Department, Free Speech’s New Frontier, Big Band

| August 18, 2015

You can still get all your child’s vaccinations through Friday at the Flagler County Health Clinic, a Supreme Court free speech ruling’s havoc on cities, Berlin in 1936, in color.

Monday Briefing: Welcome Back Teachers, $76,000 To Revamp County’s Economic Development Website, Gore Vidal Echoes

| August 17, 2015

Flagler County is getting set to spend $76,000 on its economic development website, Superintendent Jacob Oliva welcomes faculty and staff back to school, dual enrollment at Bethune-Cookman, and Gore Vidal from the grave.

Weekend Briefing: Tantalizing New Show at Salvo Art Project, Medical Pot Nears Florida Ballot, Guns and Cop-Killings

| August 14, 2015

Salvo Art Project’s new show Saturday features the enigmatic installations of Laura Mongiovi, the medical marijuana amendment is approaching the 2016 ballot.

Thursday Briefing: Holland Park Renovation at 26%, A Vigil for Corey Tanner, GM Foods, ISIS Rape Culture

| August 13, 2015

US Marshals gunned down Corey Tanner a year ago, allegedly mistaking a bottle of cologne for a gun. How ISIS claims raping girls and women is a religious reward.

Wednesday Briefing: Student Schedules at Indian Trails Middle, David Alfin, Benefactor, Obama on Voting Rights Act

| August 12, 2015

Big day for students at Indian Trails Middle School, Realtor David Alfin becomes a Chamber of Commerce benefactor, Barack Obama responds to revelations of the undoing of the Voting Rights Act.

Tuesday Briefing: Flagler Firefighters Head West, Palm Coast Talks Code Enforcement, Ann Beattie Returns

| August 11, 2015

Flagler firefighters are sent to help battle wildfires in California, the Palm Coast council gets a better understanding of how code enforcement enforces.

Monday Briefing: Sheriff’s K-9 Euthanized, Bunnell’s Budget, Amendment 1’s Fallout, Redistricting Session

| August 10, 2015

The special session on redistricting congressional boundaries begins today, a K-9 is euthanized at the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office, a Flagler panel discusses land acquisitions under Amendment 1.

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