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High schools both earn 'B' school grades
Flagler Palm Coast High School and Matanzas High School are both down a letter grade from a year ago, but they are being graded on a tougher scale.
New REC secretary made headlines for anti-gay attack
Andrew Shirvell, Michigan's former assistant attorney general and the newly-elected Flagler Republican Executive Committee secretary, was ordered to pay $4.5 million for defaming and harassing an openly gay college student in a months-long campaign.
Shaffer to head county Republican Executive Committee
Anne-Marie Shaffer, a member of the Flagler County Ronald Reagan Republican Assembly, has replaced Dave Sullivan, who is not an RRR Assembly member.
Flagler Wolfpack steals the show with classy sportsmanship
The Flagler Wolfpack 14U team became the Cinderella story at the national tournament, and they didn’t fail to deliver in that role.
20 Starlight Half Marathon/5K
20 A Home for the Holidays
20 Annual Christmas Celebration of the Grenadian Association of Palm Coast