Flagler Beach

The See Something Say Something for Easter Arrests – Flagler County Sheriff

The See Something Say Something for Easter Arrests – Flagler County Sheriff

Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) deputies made 21 arrests this past weekend between 6 p.m. on Friday, March 29, 2024, and 6 a.m. on Monday, April 1, 2024. They handled 630 calls for service and made 131 traffic stops. Palm Coast Man Arrested for Assault and Battery After Weapons Disturbance   On Sunday, March 31, deputies responded to a disturbance with weapons on Night Hawk Lane in Palm Coast. After contacting the reporting party, deputies were advised that an argument had occurred between roommates. During the argument, the suspect, later identified as Oliver Taylor, 34, placed the victim in a…
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2nd Annual Food and Wine Classic at Hammock Beach Golf Resort and Spa

2nd Annual Food and Wine Classic at Hammock Beach Golf Resort and Spa

Hammock Beach Golf Resort & Spa announces its second annual Food & Wine Classic on Saturday, Sept. 7, from 5 to 9 pm. Presenting more than 75 wine varieties from eight countries, flavorful restaurant and chef tastings alongside live music, the Food & Wine Classic at Hammock Beach Golf Resort & Spa promises to be an unforgettable experience for foodies and wine connoisseurs alike. The Food & Wine Classic will feature an impressive lineup of tastings from the resort's culinary team and restaurants at 10 food stations with 30 different wine tents. The featured chefs, wine experts, and culinary personalities will…
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Surfing Waves and Wagging Tails: Hang Eight Dog Surfing Event Proposal

Surfing Waves and Wagging Tails: Hang Eight Dog Surfing Event Proposal

  As Flagler Beach City Commissioner Eric Cooley enters the third year of organizing the Hang 8 Dog Surfing competition, alongside Mayor Suzie Johnston, he approached the commissioners to seek an exception to hold the event in an area of the beach where dogs are currently not allowed. Cooley proposed allowing dogs to be allowed in the area near the S 5th St walkover and the pier, where most surf events in the city take place. The proposed area offers favorable surfing conditions, essential for the safety and enjoyment of both human and canine participants. Holding the event in a…
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NautiPets Announces Grand Opening of Second Location in Flagler Beach

NautiPets Announces Grand Opening of Second Location in Flagler Beach

Randy Fernandez and Sean Amorginos, owners of Nauti Pets, are pleased to announce they have opened a second location of their pet grooming and pet supply store in Flagler Beach. They launched their Ormond Beach location in 2020. The new store is located at 919 North Ocean Shore Blvd. The building was formerly occupied by Wolcott Realty and went on the market in Sept., 2022. They closed on the sale in Aug. of 2023, and Hank Richard with HR Contracting Service started on the renovations that month. "We are incredibly excited to extend our family-oriented pet care services to the…
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Beachfront Grille Owner Jamie Bourdeau Announces ‘Here’s the Update, We’re Here to Stay’

Beachfront Grille Owner Jamie Bourdeau Announces ‘Here’s the Update, We’re Here to Stay’

Last week, Beach Front Grille owner Jamie Bourdeau announced that he was attempting to purchase Beach Front Grille via a Facebook post which read: Hello Beach Front Nation! This is a tough conversation to have. But, we’ve been friends a long time and you’ve accepted us into your daily lives. Last June, we entered into a mediated agreement to buy BF for $2.25 million with a closing date of 1/31/24. At the moment we have secured about $1.7 million, just a little bit short of the needed funds to close. There have been and will continue to be heavy negotiations,…
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FDOT to attend February 2 ‘First Friday’ with project details for buried seawall to protect A1A

FDOT to attend February 2 ‘First Friday’ with project details for buried seawall to protect A1A

 The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) announced it will attend First Friday in Flagler Beach on February 2 to provide information about construction of a buried seawall expected to begin in February. It is the first of two seawalls the agency plans to build to protect State Road A1A. “This is a great opportunity for residents to learn about the project,” said Flagler County Administrator Heidi Petito. “FDOT is a wonderful partner, and we appreciate their efforts to keep everyone informed.” The FDOT will have a looping video about the secant wall construction and project handouts providing a construction update.…
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Flagler Beach Hosting New Years Celebrations at the Pier for 2023

Flagler Beach Hosting New Years Celebrations at the Pier for 2023

The Flagler Beach Mayor and City Commissioners invite residents and visitors to celebrate the start of 2024. The night’s events will begin at 8:00 PM at Veterans Park (corner of Moody Boulevard/State Route 100 and Oceanshore Boulevard (State Route A1A) at 8:00 PM, with music and entertainment provided by “The Sound of the Surf- 97.3 FM.” An oversized illuminated surfboard (fabricated by Tango) will be lowered to mark the stroke of midnight, followed immediately by a fireworks display (My Three Sons Fireworks Company) launched from the Flagler Beach Pier. Thank you to Rogers Towing and Recovery for additional technical support…
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Flooded in Flagler Beach; Residents Battling Storm Water Issues on the Barrier Island

Flooded in Flagler Beach; Residents Battling Storm Water Issues on the Barrier Island

Palm Coast isn't the only area seeing a flooding issue. Flagler Beach residents are suffering from many of the same issues that Palm Coast residents are facing. The addition of new homes being developed is causing older and existing homes to see flooding issues on their property's. One Flagler Beach resident, Kristina Joy Proto, sat down with us to discuss the progression of the flooding issues she has at her residence in Flagler Beach.  Her home was built in 1992, and she bought the residence in 2017. Many of the lots when she purchased were undeveloped when she purchased her…
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Flagler Beach 2023 “Toys for Tickets” Campaign

Flagler Beach 2023 “Toys for Tickets” Campaign

The Flagler Beach Police Department is proud to announce that our annual “Toys for Tickets” The Flagler Beach Police Department is proud to announce that our annual “Toys for Tickets” safety campaign begins this Wednesday! Citizens who receive a written warning for a traffic infraction or a parking offense can volunteer to participate in a program that truly benefits the youth of our community. Citizen participation in this program is 100% voluntary. Beginning on, Wednesday, November 22, 2023 and continuing through Sunday, December 31, 2023, Flagler Beach Police Department Officers, at their discretion, will be issuing "Toy Waivers" along with…
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