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Merrill Shapiro joins lawsuit against Rick Scott

Merrill Shapiro joins lawsuit against Rick Scott

August 29, 2014

Shapiro, former rabbi of Temple Beth Shalom and current president of the board of trustees of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, is one of 12 plaintiffs in the lawsuit filed Aug. 28.

City Council rejects firefighters union contract demands

City Council rejects firefighters union contract demands

August 29, 2014

The council voted 4-0 in a court-like hearing in favor of City Manager Jim Landon and against the union.

Flagler Beach City Commission 4-1 in favor of fire truck

Flagler Beach City Commission 4-1 in favor of fire truck

August 29, 2014

Commissioner Kim Carney opposes the purchase of the $600,000 truck this year. Her motion to pull it from this year’s budget died for lack of a second at Thursday's commission meeting.

SAFFARI will not apply for exception to house animals

SAFFARI will not apply for exception to house animals

August 28, 2014

County code enforcement has given owner Ruth Rupprecht 60 days to comply with an ordinance limiting the number of animals on a residential property to three.

Parkway to I-95 access to be temporarily relocated

Parkway to I-95 access to be temporarily relocated

August 28, 2014

The change begins Sept. 2 and will last for about two weeks.

Blue at the Topaz closes

Blue at the Topaz closes

August 27, 2014

The seafood restaurant on Oceanshore Boulevard in Flagler Beach closed Sunday, Aug. 24.

'No one can tell the story like I can'

'No one can tell the story like I can'

August 27, 2014

Marie Turner lives at 61 Brownstone Lane, the same house where her grandson, Troy Gordon, 32, was shot and killed by deputies on Dec. 15, 2012.

ELECTION RESULTS

ELECTION RESULTS

August 26, 2014

County Commission incumbents will keep their seats, but city council races are heading for runoffs. One school board race will head to a runoff.

No lines, 2,665 ballots cast as of 2 p.m.

No lines, 2,665 ballots cast as of 2 p.m.

August 26, 2014

A total of 2,665 voters had cast ballots on Election Day as of 2 p.m. More voted early or by absentee ballot.

McDonald v. Palm Coast ‘had no factual or legal basis’

McDonald v. Palm Coast ‘had no factual or legal basis’

August 25, 2014

Judge Craig: lack of fact ‘should have been obvious.’ Dennis McDonald and attorney will pay at least part of the city's legal fees.



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