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Cyclist killed in crash near Beverly Beach Camptown
A 60-year-old woman was killed on the night of July 22 as she attempted to cross Oceanshore Boulevard in Beverly Beach.
Flagler County searches for Veteran of the Year
Also, Palm Coast Food Truck Tuesdays rescheduled for July 29; Students explore STEM camp; and Local high school students look to make it count in Atlanta.
Longtime PCUMC music director retires
Jesse Chapman, 80, is retiring after 15 years of bringing the word of God to the church and community through his art.
Paula Felici: creating good karma
Paula Felici will show her work at I am Art opening Saturday, July 26 and donate 10% of each sale to charity.
24 SCORE Workshop
25 Opera Education Society of Palm Coast
25 SonTreasure Island Vacation Bible School
8:00 pm - 9:00 am
25 Dive-In Movie