Hammock residents plan a protest of their own Senator (Travis Hutson’s) position on home rule, the Carver Center Foundation holds an arts auction at Hammock Dunes Creek Club.
The school board draws up the list of those to be interviewed for superintendent, Joseph Bova, accused of murdering a woman at the Mobil station on SR100 in 2013, is back in court, Colson Whitehead wins the Pulitzer for “Underground Railroad.”
Bunnell City Commissioner John Rogers, no longer a rookie, and John Sowell, will be sworn-in, Dan Rather takes on journalists who think Trump was “presidential” for firing missiles, Elgra romances.
Another busy weekend with the county fair, surfers raising money for breast cancer, turtle fest in Flagler beach, plant sales, a bird walk at Princess Place, breakfast with the Easter Bunny.
A classroom-to-careers symposium featuring local business at FPC, Democrats’ meeting at AACS, the county fair continues, a Holocaust memorial lecture at Statson.
The Palm Coast City Council will get an update on policing in Palm Coast and hear a presentation on street lights and street safety in the city, the school board talks about its five short-listed candidates for superintendent.
The Flagler County Public Library Board of Trustees makes a presentation to the county commission, the Legislature talks industrial hemp, Stanley Kubrick’s great movie premiered 49 years ago.
A busy weekend with theater (Waltz of the Torreadors at CRT), singing (Linda Cole at the Auditorium), a cancer fundraiser in Town Center, a housing fair at the Realtors building, and more.
The summer’s camps and recreation expo is at the Buddy Taylor Middle School cafeteria this evening, editors of local media appear in a panel discussion at a Chamber of Commerce breakfast.
The Flagler Forum hosts a media panel with representatives from all local media, the Palm Coast council changes course on golf and ends red-light cameras, the superintendent search advisory committee meets.