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Man charged with animal cruelty in puppy’s shooting
Kevin James McClenithan, a convicted burglar, shot a neighbor's Lab puppy after the dog got loose, according to a police report.
Pacifico leads company of Palm Coast Top 5 finishers
Palm Coast athletes left the state track meet with their heads held high, after worthy performances.
COPS CORNER: Not the bracelets she was looking for
Also in Cops Corner: A man mistakes a massing car for a garbage can, and a teen is caught rummaging through a woman's car.
PHOTO GALLERY: FL.ROC May 2015
Once again, the Strickland property off Cemetery Road in Bunnell was transformed into a muddy obstacle course Saturday, May 2 for the FL.ROC four-mile run.
5 Hospice 101: Prospective Volunteer Orientation
5 Open Auditions for the 2015 Spotlight on Flagler County Youth Talent Show
7 Head and Neck Cancer Support Group
9 2nd-Annual Golf Scramble