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Palatka commissioners unanimously declined to renew the controversial red-light camera program with Scottsdale, Ariz.-based American Traffic Solutions, despite an offer to reduce the number cameras

CRESCENT CITY —Crescent City will go to the dogs Saturday when the community gathers to open the city’s first dog park.

Palatka city commissioners will discuss and review a proposed contract renewal of the city’s red-light cameras tonight.


The plan came together – run, run, run and play defense.

CRESCENT CITY – The Crescent City High School athletic office may want to stop scheduling its boys soccer team against Alachua Santa Fe on Nov. 17 at home.

The overlap that was overpowering the fall to winter seasons was eased this season. Girls soccer, boys soccer, girls basketball and boys basketball all start a week later than normal.


Karen Charlene Alexander, 70, of Bostwick, passed from this life Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017, at Putnam Community Medical Center from injuries received in an automobile accident.

Carol Jean Moore Neff, 65, of Interlachen died peacefully Nov. 15, 2017, with her husband by her side at Haven Hospice in Palatka after a brief illness.

Mildred L. Butler, 91, of East Palatka, passed from this life Friday, Nov. 17, 2017, at Flagler Hospital in St. Augustine.