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Down to Three, Flagler Sheriff’s Candidates Differ on Style and Command in Last Forum Before Election

| October 17, 2016

The forum featured the GOP’s Rick Staly, Democrat Larry Jones and Independent Thomas Dougherty. There were no fireworks, as at primary forums, but the differences between the three were sharp.

Monday Briefing: The News-Journal’s Special Report on Officer-Involved Shootings, Bunnell Reorganizes, Rotary v. Hunger

| November 9, 2015

The News-Journal’s “Shots Fired” investigates the murky world of officer-involved shootings in Florida, where 249 people have been shot in two years. The Rotary needs volunteers against hunger. Bunnell government reorganizes after its manager’s resignation.

News-Journal Employees File Charges of Unfair Labor Practices Against New Owner GateHouse Media

| June 9, 2015

The press room union filed charges with the National Labor Relations Board on June 3, charging that GateHouse Media illegally abrogated their collective bargaining agreement and is trying to bust the union.

Major Layoffs Hit News-Journal and Ex-Halifax Chain 3 Months After GateHouse Takes Over

| March 4, 2015

Four newsroom employees lost their job and seven employees lost theirs in advertising. The Flagler Bureau, down to three reporters, is about to lose another as Natalie Kronicks leaves to join the Flagler County government’s communications office, coordinating marketing efforts.

Eighteen Months In, Palm Coast Observer Retrenches Back to Once a Week

| September 25, 2013

After scoring a series of successes in the Daytona Beach News-Journal’s backyard and launching an ambitious effort to go head-to-head with the twice-weekly News-Tribune a little over a year and a half ago, the Palm Coast Observer is doing what most newspapers have had to do to survive: it’s cutting back.

Palm Coast Observer’s Brian McMillan Is Local Media Association’s Journalist of the Year

| March 9, 2012

The national award by the Local Media Association, formerly known as Suburban Newspapers of America, caps a succession of milestones for the Palm Coast Observer in the midst of its torrid duel with the News-Journal.

Disses and Disclosures As DeLorenzo Agrees to Give Back Waste Pro’s $500

| November 3, 2011

There’s nothing “fair and balanced” about local media’s failure to have reported on the $500 Waste Pro donation to DeLorenzo before it was pointed out to them–or continuing attempts to paper over the ethics and judgment breach with partial rationales.

News-Journal Pounds 71-Year-Old Palm Coast Man’s Door Over $3.97 Bill; Gun and Cop Follow

| January 11, 2011

Robert Leard of Palm Coast’s R section dropped his subscription last year. A salesman showed up and pounded on his door Saturday night. Frightened, Leard told him to “get the hell away from my door.” All over $3.97.

News-Journal Circulation Plummets 10% in First 6 Months Under New Ownership

| January 4, 2011

The News-Journal circulation has fallen by more than 41,000 copies, or 39 percent since 2005 though its recent, accelerating decline is far steeper than losses the newspaper industry is experiencing across the country.

Beat Shuffle at the News-Journal

| July 20, 2010

The paper is making fewer changes than meet the eye while continuing to attempt to do a little more with far less.

For a Few Dollars More: How the News-Journal Is Hounding Its Retirees

| July 6, 2010

Retirees’ pension and health plans are in jeopardy as battle continues over who’s owed what first.

Provincialism and Its Confessors

| May 24, 2010

If Flagler news falls in the forest and there’s no one there to pulp it into newsprint, has it really happened? Further tales and tails from the provinces of journalism.

Boners for Business

| May 8, 2010

The Pat Rice era began at the $218-a-year News-Journal in late April. That’ll buy you a whole lot of Twinkies.

Gel Raising at Medallion of Excellence

| April 22, 2010

That 4.5 tremor on the Richter scale you felt last night? That was the Davidsons rolling in their graves when Michael Redding replaced them at a Medallion of Excellence banquet.

Splayed Girls and Smackdowns

| April 20, 2010

A five-minute summary of what you’re missing in the paper, from overplayed snakebites to underplayed blowbacks against Volusia’s biggest development.

News-Journal Sale Delayed–Again–Pending Appraisals

| February 12, 2010

A federal judge delayed the $20 million sale of the News-Journal pending appraisals of some $9 million in real estate.

My Ten Predictions for 2010

| December 29, 2009

“All prophesies are wrong, therefore this one will be wrong,” Orwell said. So here are mine for the coming year of our blogs, 2010.

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