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Search warrant leads to drug bust, three arrests
The investigation isn't over yet, and Sheriff James Manfre expects more arrests.
Eggs abound at Palm Coast Eggs'travaganza
Palm Coast held its annual Eggs’travaganza Egg Hunt at Town Center Saturday, April 18, featuring 18,000 eggs.
Raining on their parade: FPC, Matanzas go down
Matanzas girls lax fell, 14-8 to St. Augustine, while the FPC boys couldn't find an answer for a hot Pedro Menendez squad, losing 15-6. Both teams' seasons are now over.
COPS CORNER: Stop that man! He stole my drug money!
Also in Cops Corner: Pellet-gun-wielding miscreants shoot out car windows, and a thief who tries to make off with a purse ends up with a disappointment.
21 Earth Day Program
4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
22 A Day at the Movies
10:00 am - 11:30 am
22 Flagler County NAACP Meeting
22 “Ocean Frontiers”