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Bad day at the beach
A tow truck operator heads for a silver SUV nearly underwater at Matanzas Inlet. ...Full Story


Bobby Knight of turf -- Fred Klauk -- to retire

We know where TPC Sawgrass is. He knows the location of every sprinkler.

No vote on Mosquito District

Anastasia Mosquito Control District's board members, employees and supporters on Thursday asked St. Johns County commissioners not to put the district's fate before the public in a non-binding referendum.

Waterpark could be on the way

St. Augustine could soon be the home to a new water park.

County students do better than state average

St. Johns County students continue to do better than the state average in Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) for writing.

Charter ordinance advances

The St. Johns County Commission voted unanimously Thursday to authorize County Attorney Patrick McCormack to write an ordinance that would allow a county charter to be placed on a referendum in November.

Police Report
Home searched for child pornography: A 28-year-old East Palatka man faces charges of possession of child pornography and promoting the sexual performance of a child, according to the Putnam County Sheriff's Office.


Thursday, May 8, 2008
  • Playing like the pros
  • Plans for Bartram Scenic Highway planned
  • Local radio personality arrested
  • Developer, residents seek middle ground
  • Officer's attorneys say Tanner's daughter may have lied
  • For The Record
  • Police Report

  • Wednesday, May 7, 2008
  • Food supply falls, demand increases
  • Saving the whales
  • Flagler may escape FRAG cuts
  • Beach loosens tractor-trailer restrictions
  • Homeless Coalition meeting, dinner
  • Lightsey Road community meeting set
  • Correction
  • Police Report

  • Tuesday, May 6, 2008
  • Dig it ... It's potato harvest time
  • Beach rental proposal moves on
  • The race is on
  • District 3 Candidates
  • Discussion of referendum items on County Commission agenda
  • Regency Square Mall store coming to area
  • Judges get no opposition during qualifying period
  • Students honored with Youth Character Awards
  • County students win awards at Florida Engineering Fair
  • Correction
  • For The Record
  • Police Report

  • Monday, May 5, 2008
  • Daddies' girls glow
  • Road Construction
  • Beach rentals deal offered
  • B-17 tail gunner defied the odds
  • Portion of road temporarily closed for work on Bridge of Lions
  • Police Report

  • Sunday, May 4, 2008
  • Humane Society makes improvements
  • Schools face $1.3M cut
  • Festival grows into new home
  • Police Reports

  • Saturday, May 3, 2008
  • Seven easy ways to save on gas
  • Editorial: Gamble Rogers fest is the place to be
  • Cut off at the pump?
  • Woman sentenced to 10 years for hijacking
  • Acrobats plan show Sunday
  • Neighbors: Nobody's from here
  • Vehicle related to crime slows U.S.1
  • Police Report
  • Column of the Day: General Hospital: Maxie takes drastic measures to stop Ian

  • Friday, May 2, 2008
  • Day of Prayer held at Plaza
  • Local busts part of statewide crackdown
  • Police offer details in standoff
  • Man's 10,000-mile trek draws attention to diabetes
  • Acrobats plan show Saturday

  • Thursday, May 1, 2008
  • Man shoots self during drug bust
  • Elkton woman hit by van on U.S. 1
  • Death leaves child without parents
  • Neighbors, volunteers save home from beach erosion
  • Police Report

  • Wednesday, April 30, 2008
  • Changes at the Prime Outlet Mall
  • Lightsey Rd. decision delayed
  • Man killed in crash
  • Woman gets 5 years after blind athlete hit by car dies
  • Commission joins area desalination group
  • Local Merit Scholarship winners named
  • Police Report

  • Tuesday, April 29, 2008
  • Mom pulls child from sinking truck
  • County may tap seawater
  • Commission gets preview of civil rights monument
  • Landfill plan to go before residents
  • Jeremy Abreu wins geography bee
  • Correction
  • Police Report

  • Monday, April 28, 2008
  • Cancer survivor wears token of thanks on arm
  • Flying 'The Hump' was important, dangerous work
  • Civil rights monument design goes before city
  • Road Construction
  • Police Report

  • Sunday, April 27, 2008
  • Tourism outlook so-so
  • Flagler College's largest class faces uncertain economy
  • 6-foot leatherback turtle killed
  • Origin of oil paints traced to 7th century
  • Police Report

  • Saturday, April 26, 2008
  • Flagler Hospital goes digital
  • Woman safe after 'abduction'
  • Reward offered for hit and run information
  • Hiatt to get lifetime achievement award
  • Truth in labeling
  • Police Report

  • Friday, April 25, 2008
  • Turner sentenced to death
  • Grumman wins major contract
  • County to hear ballot issues
  • Computer housing game does well in tough real estate market
  • Carmen Electra engaged
  • Ways to prevent auto break-ins
  • Police Reports

  • Thursday, April 24, 2008
  • Show helps CNN Hero
  • Mariposa officially ruled out
  • Jell-O delivery truck overturns
  • Police Report

  • Wednesday, April 23, 2008
  • A time for turtles
  • Flagler County plans layoffs
  • Police Report
  • Correction

  • Tuesday, April 22, 2008
  • Country Rock Church holds service in bar
  • ZZ, Adkins, circus top Amphitheatre lineup
  • Local attorney appears on Dr. Phil Show
  • Defendant enters plea in DUI death
  • The Race Is On
  • Correction
  • Police Report

  • Monday, April 21, 2008
  • Patrols hunt for smugglers
  • Festival noise chases off homeowners
  • Police Report
  • Road Construction

  • Sunday, April 20, 2008
  • Saving the trees
  • One quarter of land in county owned by 10 property owners
  • War protesters not surrendering
  • Chase results in head-on collision
  • Turnout for Earth Day event 'fantastic'
  • Marriages, Divorces
  • Police Report

  • Saturday, April 19, 2008
  • Cathedral Festival opens
  • Three wrecks kill five
  • Julington Creek man sentenced for child porn
  • Park development meeting
  • Police Reports

  • Friday, April 18, 2008
  • Nease robot scores 8 wins
  • Senate debates evolution bill
  • It's a wild weekend!
  • Bridge of Lions to be closed for 12 hours
  • St. Johns River joins list of most in peril
  • Source of mercury pollution: spiders
  • Correction
  • Police Report
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