FLAGLER BEACH, Fla. -- Blue at the Topaz is extending its dining hours hours during this festive season.
“We are excited about bringing lunch hours back for the holidays,” said Kelli O’Reilly, the restaurant's general manager and co-owner. “The feedback from our customers has been great so far and we are happy to be able to accommodate group gatherings during this time of year.”
FLAGLER BEACH – The Flagler Fish Company is proud to announce it is celebrating eight years in business this week.
“We are thrilled to be celebrating our eighth anniversary,” Flagler Fish Company owner Chris Casper told Headline Surfer. “We attribute our success, and we are so grateful, to our loyal following and all of the visitors who come to Flagler Beach each year.”
PALM COAST -- State Sen. John Thrasher easily defeated Putnam County Tea Party hopeful Derek Hankerson in in Tuesday's Republican primary in all four counties that comprise his district 6 seat.
Though he remans a contender for president at Florida State University, his alma mater, Thrasher said his No. 1 is re-election in November when he faces Democrat Kathleen Trued, a retired St. Augustine teacher who lost to him two years ago, and fellow challenger Greg Feldman, who is running as an independent.
DAYTONA BEACH -- Karen Foxman, one of the top prosecutors in the State Attorney's Office, won big in in her quest for a circuit judgeship in Volusia, Flagler, Putnam and St. Johns counties with two-thirds of the votes for a circuit judgeship.
Alzheimer’s Resource Council of Palm Coast seeks volunteers
PALM COAST -- The Alzheimer’s Resource Council is recruiting volunteers for select positions with the organization. “Volunteers have always been the backbone of the Alzheimer’s Resource Council,” said Medwin Nazif, an officer in ARC and director/co-owner of Visiting Angels. The council is looking for an office assistant for the Alzheimer’s Resource Library & Respite Care, and committee members to assist with “An Evening To Remember,” an upcoming ARC fundraiser. For more information, please call 386-446-7848.