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Mom, apple pie and performance enhancing drugs

Mom, apple pie and performance enhancing drugs

By Will Sandman| gargoyle@flagler.edu Our national pastime is doing everything it can do prevent players who cheated from being memorialized, and for good reason. However, many believe that thinking m ...

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Families mourn victims after shooting

Families mourn victims after shooting

By Troy MacNeill and Alex Strom| gargoyle@flagler.edu A man accused in the April 5 murder of the mother of his child and a teen-ager in West St. Augustine is scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday. J ...

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Sea level rise endangers cultural resources

Sea level rise endangers cultural resources

By Ariel Thomas| gargoyle@flagler.edu Climate change threatens the Castillo de San Marcos in St. Augustine and other national landmarks along the coast, but it's not just seaside treasures that are at ...

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Muslim club fights intolerance

Muslim club fights intolerance

By Brianna Kurzynowski| gargoyle@flagler.edu Not everyone was happy when students at Flagler College decided to start a club aimed at educating people about Islam. Organizers had announced their plans ...

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From euphoria to panic to post-graduation blues

From euphoria to panic to post-graduation blues

By Nikki Ross | gargoyle@flagler.edu Five days a week Eric Rojas goes to work, turns on the lights and sits behind a counter and sells fandom merchandise to tourists. He’s glad he has a job at Fantasy ...

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Ex-mayor: Some families losing their homes

Ex-mayor: Some families losing their homes

By Jeff Batt | gargoyle@flagler.edu Some longtime residents of St. Augustine are being priced out of their homes as affluent homebuyers move in and snatch up prime real estate, says Tracy Upchurch, th ...

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Single moms chase their dreams

Single moms chase their dreams

By Shelby Gardiner | gargoyle@flagler.edu A box is always defining us. When you fill out a form you must check: male or female, black or white, married or single. It is these little boxes that set us ...

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A ray of sunshine on wheels

A ray of sunshine on wheels

By Jamie Coulson and Jeff Batt | gargoyle@flagler.edu Pass by a Sunshine Bus Co. stop in St. Johns County and chances are you’ll see someone waiting for a ride. And it’s no wonder. Ridership is on pac ...

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Urgent mission: A new science building

Urgent mission: A new science building

By Brianna Kurzynowski | gargoyle@flagler.edu Fundraising for a new science building at Flagler College should be a top priority, according to the college's 2016-2021 strategic plan. Such a building w ...

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Florida leads nation in Zika virus cases

Florida leads nation in Zika virus cases

By Troy MacNeill | gargoyle@flagler.edu The number of Zika virus cases in Florida has risen to 79, the highest of any state in the nation. There has been only one case reported in St. Johns County so ...

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Bill targeting refugees fails

Bill targeting refugees fails

By Lindsay Tahan | gargoyle@flagler.edu A controversial state bill aimed at establishing additional screening for Syrian refugees has failed to advance in the Florida Legislature. Before the bill's de ...

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Sea level rise: A looming threat

Sea level rise: A looming threat

By Ariel Thomas | gargoyle@flagler.edu Most of downtown St. Augustine and much of the nearby coastline will likely be underwater by the year 2050, according to a three-year study of the Matanzas River ...

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Presidential primary set for Tuesday

Presidential primary set for Tuesday

By Ariel Thomas | gargoyle@flagler.edu More than 30,000 people voted early or by mail in St. Johns County in advance of the presidential primary scheduled for Tuesday. Republican Donald Trump is favor ...

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Jacksonville native manages growth and development

Jacksonville native manages growth and development

By Shelby Gillis | gargoyle@flagler.edu St. Johns County has one of the strongest economies in Florida and continues to outpace the nation in unemployment and median household income. The unemployment ...

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Club asks “Who do you want to be?”

Club asks “Who do you want to be?”

By Alanna O’Rourke | gargoyle@flagler.edu When it comes to helping young people, Stephanie Postell isn't looking for some newfangled, unproven approach. “The thing that makes us different is that we h ...

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Author warns of dangers of toxic chemicals

Author warns of dangers of toxic chemicals

By Brianna Kurzynowski | gargoyle@flagler.edu The Toms River Chemical Plant was a source of pride in one New Jersey town until investigators discovered that toxic chemicals from the plant had likely c ...

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