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The city announced it will be getting a $750,000 grant from the Department of Community Affairs to rehabilitate about 10 homes.

Grant to rehab homes

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by: Andrew OBrien
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One money-saving proposition is to use empty classrooms more wisely. STOCK PHOTO

Teachers seek smarter cuts

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by: Mike Cavaliere
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“This does have an impact on who can and cannot run for the city election this fall,” City Manager Jim Landon said. FILE PHOTO

Redistricting could impact upcoming City Council election

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by: Andrew OBrien
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Happy Mother's Day!

Mothers across the United States: By the numbers

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by: Observer Staff
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On every issue on Scott’s agenda, the Legislature at least moved in his direction.

Scott Scorecard: Progress on every issue

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by: Matt Walsh
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Gov. Rick Scott: "We have started the process of reducing taxes and regulation."

Scott pleased with session results

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by: Matt Walsh
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Superintendent Janet Valentine, right, said the district will save 12% to 14% on staff. PHOTO BY SHANNA FORTIER

Schools cut 45 minutes

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by: Mike Cavaliere
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Pro golfer Rod Perry was one of about 70 golfers in the first Tri-County Open. PHOTO BY SHANNA FORTIER

Future of Flagler economy: Focus on sports tourism?

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by: Andrew OBrien
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According to Community Relations Deputy Kevin Byrne, Neighborhood Watches have increased from 10 to 40 since 2006, with ever-increasing participation.

Burglaries down 40% in Palm Coast

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by: Brian McMillan
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The city’s Business Park Partnership Program is part of Prosperity 2021, and the ultimate goal is to encourage job creation and development of the business districts.

Palm Coast seeks park partners

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by: Andrew OBrien
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