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Palm Coast Observer 13h
“I want to challenge all residents of Palm Coast to exercise at least 90 miles in 90 days,” said Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland in a press release. “That’s an average of...
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Palm Coast Observer 18h
The Sheriff's Office is asking people to avoid the area of Pheasant Drive in Palm Coast. Anyone already there is being asked to remain indoors.
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Palm Coast Observer 19h
When deputies arrived at the suspect's home, there was a a message waiting for them in the form of a mattress that had been placed by the front door. Writing...
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Palm Coast Observer Jan 13
“He was what he did, and he was a man you could not help but respect, admire and learn from,” said Suzy Gamblain, of Flagler Volunteer Services, Inc. “I can only hope to be half the angel Charlie was and is, because he was truly an angel among us.”
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Palm Coast Observer Jan 11
The Pirates are still learning how to play together at the midway point of the 2018-19 season.
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Palm Coast Observer Jan 11
"This is going to directly increase the workforce right here locally and meet the needs of the industry and the growing demand for skilled trader workers that have...
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Palm Coast Observer Jan 10
A 13-year-old boy said the 11-year-old had threatened to murder him.
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Palm Coast Observer Jan 10
Eight-year-old Phillip Neal Jr. became an "honorary deputy" with Flagler County Sheriff's Office, was awarded a year's supply of doughnuts from Dunkin' Donuts and will soon go to Walt Disney World, courtesy of Kids Wish Network.
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Palm Coast Observer Jan 10
The Sheltering Tree Cold-Weather Shelter will open the night of Thursday, Jan. 10, at 5:30 p.m. through Friday morning for individuals and families without heat or housing, as weather is expected to dip below 40 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Palm Coast Observer Jan 10
Also in Your Town: Rev. Theresa D. Waters, assistant pastor and congregational care minister at Palm Coast United Methodist Church, was selected as the 2018 Humanitarian Award recipient.
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Palm Coast Observer Jan 10
“Carson's only in the beginning stages of his career, but he’s already gone way above and beyond what we expected,” said Tom Neel, Carson's father. “It’s beyond words.”
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Palm Coast Observer Jan 10
Toys and goods with a value of more than $50,000 were donated by the Rotary Club of Flagler Beach.
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Palm Coast Observer Jan 10
To Bulldogs basketball player D'Mahgio Warren, being a leader is second nature.
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Palm Coast Observer Jan 9
County Administrator Craig Coffey will submit his resignation letter tomorrow. It will be effective end of day Friday.
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Palm Coast Observer Jan 9
The County Commission will meet at 5:30 p.m. today in the board chambers at the Government Services Building to discuss the possibility of Craig Coffey's resignation.
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Palm Coast Observer Jan 9
Beloved Rymfire Elementary School maintenance man Tom Jones is retiring after serving the Roadrunners since the school’s opening in 2006.
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Palm Coast Observer Jan 8
County commissioners said they expect he will offer to resign.
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Palm Coast Observer Jan 8
Are there too many duplexes in Palm Coast? One letter writer says yes ...
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Palm Coast Observer Jan 8
Since 2015 the program has assisted in 325 cases and recovered a total of $481,479.93 for the county's seniors.
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Palm Coast Observer Jan 8
Through all the trying times, Quantum Electric's Joe Wright remembered one of his father’s old sayings: If you’re going to be a ditch digger, be the best ditch digger you can be.
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