Jeremy Jarvis

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New Marine Unit Boat Sets Sail Memorial Day Weekend

New Marine Unit Boat Sets Sail Memorial Day Weekend

The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office received a grant from Florida Inland Navigation District (FIND) to fund a new patrol boat which will allow for enhanced patrol along the intracoastal waterway, marine search and rescue efforts, law enforcement operations, crime prevention and boater safety and education along the intercoastal waterway and saltwater canals. The FIND grant contributed 50% of the cost of the new Tidewater 2110BM Marine Unit patrol boat, with FCSO paying the other 50%. The new patrol boat will hit the waterways this Memorial Day weekend to help kick-off the summer boating season. “With the vast miles of waterways…
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Stormwater Community Workshop for the City of Flagler Beach

Stormwater Community Workshop for the City of Flagler Beach

Voice your concerns at the Stormwater Community Workshop. The City of Flagler Beach and engineering firm McKim & Creed invites you to attend the Stormwater Community Workshop. The purpose of the workshop is to collect valuable data concerning your properties and stormwater concerns. Please bring supporting documents and photographs. This workshop will be a "drop-in" style event, where residents can drop-in from 4:30 to 7:30 PM to share their concerns, photographs, and documents regarding stormwater. Residents are not required to stay the full three hours. This is not an official meeting of the City of Flagler Beach Commission. When: Wednesday,…
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Flagler County Deputies Rescue 1-Year-Old Child from Locked Vehicle

Flagler County Deputies Rescue 1-Year-Old Child from Locked Vehicle

On the afternoon of Monday, May 20, Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) deputies rescued a 1-year-old child that was locked inside a vehicle with the engine off and all windows closed.   At approximately 5:05 p.m., the FCSO Communications Center received a 9-1-1 call from a woman reporting that her daughter had accidentally been locked inside a vehicle in the parking lot of Walmart in Palm Coast. FCSO deputies and a Palm Coast Fire Department (PCFD) engine were dispatched to the scene.   Deputy First Class Finn and Deputy Harrison were the first to arrive on the scene. Upon arrival,…
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Flagler Humane Society Hosts Special Adoption Event

Flagler Humane Society Hosts Special Adoption Event

Calling all animal lovers! On June 1st from 10AM – 4PM, the Flagler Humane Society is excited to welcome current and future pet parents to a special adoption event sponsored by Simparica Trio! Being held at the Flagler Humane Society (1 Shelter Drive, Palm Coast, FL 32137), the event will spotlight pets that have been at the shelter for over 30 days. Highlights include: Half-off the price of adoption for any pet that has been at the shelter for over 30 days Ice cream treats & photo booths for pups and their people Free heartworm testing for the first 100 dogs Exclusive offer code for…
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Reckless Driver Arrested with Narcotics, Two Thieves Captured in Palm Coast

Reckless Driver Arrested with Narcotics, Two Thieves Captured in Palm Coast

Flagler County Sheriff’s Office deputies made 17 arrests this past weekend between 6 p.m. on Friday, May 17, 2024, and 6 a.m. on Monday, May 20, 2024. They handled 585 calls for service and made 129 traffic stops. “This weekend was another busy one for our deputies in Flagler County – from a poison peddler violating his probation, to a thief who wanted to steal everything from someone’s pants to a truck, and another would-be thief attempting to break into someone’s home,” said Sheriff Rick Staly. At approximately 12:55 pm on Friday, May 17, Master Detective Malta and Detective Dalrymple…
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FCSO SWAT Snipers Finish in Top 10 at National Sniper Competition for Third Straight Year

FCSO SWAT Snipers Finish in Top 10 at National Sniper Competition for Third Straight Year

The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) SWAT sniper team placed ninth out of 45 teams at the annual Snipercraft Challenge. This is the third year in a row that FCSO’s SWAT snipers have placed in the top 10. The annual competition tests sniper teams’ judgement, teamwork, tactics, and shooting under induced stress. This year, competitors included snipers from local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies across the country, as well as entrants from law enforcement agencies in Brazil and Canada. The competition is held during SniperWeek, which is recognized as the largest and longest-running police sniper training event in the…
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Flagler County hosts Memorial Day service featuring retired USMC Col. Mark Thieme, Executive Director of the Florida State Guard

Flagler County hosts Memorial Day service featuring retired USMC Col. Mark Thieme, Executive Director of the Florida State Guard

 Join Flagler County at its Memorial Day Ceremony at 10 a.m. Monday, May 27, featuring special guest speaker retired United States Marine Corps Col. Mark Theme. He was appointed in 2023 by Governor Ron DeSantis to the position of executive director of the Florida State Guard. “Flagler County has a very strong community of veterans,” said Veterans Service Officer David Lydon. “It is a privilege and an honor to have a distinguished veteran like Col. Mark Theme help us pay tribute to those who lost their lives in service to our country.” Theme, whose military honors include the Legion of…
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City of Palm Coast Enhances Citizen Interactions with New Initiatives

City of Palm Coast Enhances Citizen Interactions with New Initiatives

The City of Palm Coast announced a new initiative aimed at enhancing the quality of interactions between citizens and city staff. In response to feedback from residents, the City is taking significant steps to ensure that every interaction meets the high standards of our mission: "Delivering exceptional service by making citizens our priority." "We have heard from our citizens that there is room for improvement in how their concerns are addressed through Palm Coast Connect and other channels," said Acting City Manager Lauren Johnston. "Our goal is to ensure that every resident has a positive experience, regardless of which department…
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Arbor Day: 400 Trees Distributed and 926 lbs. of Food Donations Collected

Arbor Day: 400 Trees Distributed and 926 lbs. of Food Donations Collected

 This past Saturday, the Arbor Day event drew hundreds of residents to come together and celebrate the 19th Annual Arbor Day event, recognizing the city's efforts in maintaining its designation as a Tree City USA and Monarch City. 400 trees and 500 butterflies were distributed, aiming to improve the environment and enhance the city's overall beauty. Residents lined up to encounter a native butterfly walk-thru exhibit filled with hundreds of butterfly species and plants. "This year swallowtails are large and impressive to see up close," one spectator said. Another attendee commented, "I've never seen so many butterflies in one space!…
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Bing’s Landing Master Plan public meeting 6 p.m. May 28 at MalaCompra Community Center

Bing’s Landing Master Plan public meeting 6 p.m. May 28 at MalaCompra Community Center

Flagler County officials invite public input regarding the creation of a Bing's Landing Master Plan at a meeting to be held at 6 p.m. May 28 at the Hammock Community Center, 79 MalaCompra Road in the Hammock. The county is in the early data-collection phase of the plan that has been underway since late 2023. Staff has reached out to local stakeholders such as the Florida Public Archaeology Network, representatives of the Hammock Community Association and Scenic A1A and agencies with overlapping missions that involve the Bing's Landing Park including the Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve, and Florida…
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