Hip-hop entrepreneur opens one-stop shop in Bunnell

  David Freckleton’s 27th birthday this past December was the turning point of launching his own one-stop shop. All of his ducks had lined up with...

Palm Coast church 
to honor pastors

Palm Coast United Methodist Church will celebrate its pastors during its 10 a.m. service on Sunday, Oct. 29. The Rev. Dr. Kevin James Sr. is...

Palm Coast’s Pink 
5K run/walk set 
for Sunday

Palm Coast’s seventh annual Pink 5K run/walk and pet-friendly One-Mile Fun Walk will be Sunday, Oct. 15. The Pink 5K race is hosted by Florida...

First Church celebrates 25th anniversary with lots of laughter, music and praise

Celebrating the 25th anniversary of both the First A.M.E. Church (First Church) and the Rev. Gillard S. Glover trumpeted a worship service with the...

Community News

Fire stations plan open houses Volusia County Fire Rescue will open its doors to the public from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 14 at...

After the storm: Some cleanup tips from city, county

Catastrophic forecasts of Hurricane Irma ripped through Palm Coast like other areas – initially a Category 5 hurricane, the largest ever predicted to hit...

Flagler County waives permitting fees

Flagler County will waive some building permit fees in order to fast-track the permitting process for those who have property damage following Hurricane Irma. The...

McCarthys celebrate 50th anniversary with ‘Heavenly Bliss’ event

I’m glad to be back from vacation, extremely blessed that Louie and I celebrated our golden wedding anniversary exactly 50 years to the day...

Palm Coast church planning anniversary

The First A.M.E. Church (First Church) in Palm Coast will celebrate its 25th anniversary during a Sept. 17 service at 4 p.m. The church...

Facility manager at Flagler center receives leadership award

Elijah Emanuel, facility manager for the Carver Center in Flagler County, has been named the 2017 Northeast Florida Community Action Agency’s “Outstanding Community Leadership...

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