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Brookhaven apartments approved 4-1
The multifamily housing complex, located in Town Center, will now become apartments. Also: City Council moves forward with Old Kings Road Special Assessment District.
Deltona man killed in U.S. 1 crash; Unemployment drops to 9.3%
Murder trial begins
Paul Miller faces second-degree murder charges for shooting his neighbor and, if convicted, a sentence to life in prison.
High School students donate to breast cancer patients
The Flagler Palm Coast High School Future Business Leaders of America class donated $580 to Florida Hospital Flagler Foundation’s breast cancer fund, which provides screening mammograms, diagnostic studies and education to local qualified women who are uninsured and seeking assistance.
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