Sunday , 18 November 2018

Rebuilding after Matthew

Rebuilding after Matthew

By Max Charles | gargoyle@flagler.edu ST. AUGUSTINE - St. Augustine was among the hardest hit areas by Hurricane Matthew. Although hurricane tracker maps on weatherunderground.com ...

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Protests – and praise – over Donald Trump’s election

Protests – and praise – over Donald Trump’s election

By Courtney Knudson gargoyle@flagler.edu ST. AUGUSTINE – Cities across America have seen a backlash since Donald Trump won the presidency. On Monday, leaders of demonstrations in ...

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Breaking Bad and the rise of meth labs

Breaking Bad and the rise of meth labs

By Lindsay Tahan | gargoyle@flagler.edu St. Johns County sheriff's deputies say they have seen a rise in meth labs as they shut down pill mills. One of the biggest meth labs they' ...

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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 inc ...

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Unconventional candidate seeks clerk’s job

Unconventional candidate seeks clerk’s job

By Ariel Thomas | gargoyle@flagler.edu After Clerk of County Courts Cheryl Strickland retired in 2015, she endorsed her chief deputy, George Lareau, calling him "the only candidat ...

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Hundreds of homeless students in St. Johns County

Hundreds of homeless students in St. Johns County

By Montana Samuels | gargoyle@flagler.edu The five-year spike of homeless students enrolling in St. Johns County schools has begun to taper off, but some experts fear the trend wo ...

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Prescription pills: Deceptively dangerous

Prescription pills: Deceptively dangerous

By Darby Moore | gargoyle@flagler.edu Most people believe illegal drugs are most likely to lead to addiction. This common-held belief is no longer true when considering modern-day ...

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Traffic crashes in St. Johns County rising

Traffic crashes in St. Johns County rising

By Justin Katz | gargoyle@flagler.edu Flagler College senior John Eick was riding his bike to campus from his house in West King when he was struck by a car speeding through the i ...

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Meet the face of the Corner Market

Meet the face of the Corner Market

By Garrett Lemery | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photos by Victoria Gruber Nicole Smith has personal history with St. Augustine and particularly the Lincolnville neighborhood. The store s ...

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Nonprofits withstand economy with innovation, willpower

Nonprofits withstand economy with innovation, willpower

With the fundraising season well underway, local nonprofits are still struggling to make do with the resources they have. ...

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Senate Bill 52 targets distracted drivers

Senate Bill 52 targets distracted drivers

Starting October 1, Florida drivers can breathe a sigh of relief as Senate Bill 52 goes into effect. Approved earlier this year, the soon-to-be law will prohibit the operation of ...

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Freshman golfer overcomes adversity to win first tournament

Freshman golfer overcomes adversity to win first tournament

By Jaycob Ammerman | gargoyle@flagler.edu In the fall of 2007, freshman Flagler College men's golf player Spencer Schindler's mother severely injured her leg while working on a fa ...

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Work release inmate: “I don’t have to return to the streets”

Work release inmate: “I don’t have to return to the streets”

By Amber James | gargoyle@flagler.edu Rodderick Williams is a county sentenced inmate, in jail for violation of probation. But for five to six days a week, Williams gets to leave ...

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Harvest of Hope Foundation moving forward, president says

Harvest of Hope Foundation moving forward, president says

By Emily Hoover| ehoover@flagler.edu For Phil Kellerman, president of the Gainesville-based Harvest of Hope Foundation, philanthropy runs in the family. After his grandmother Hele ...

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Local law enforcement says recent meth bust underscores growing epidemic

Local law enforcement says recent meth bust underscores growing epidemic

By Cal Colgan| jcolgan@flagler.edu Davis Shores is a neighborhood in St. Augustine's city limits littered with the towering-two story complexes and mowed lawns of middle class sub ...

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Stats show St. Johns takes the lead in education

Stats show St. Johns takes the lead in education

By Caroline Young | cyoung1@flagler.edu St. John's County superintendent Joseph Joyner said it is near impossible to compare the U.S.'s educational success with the rest of the wo ...

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