Crews that keep Navarre Beach maintained for locals and visitors may soon have a little help.
The Tourist Development Council, which met without a quorum Feb. 4, discussed the need for equipment to help the workers move sand under structures and off structures.
In these days of COVID and political uncertainty, there’s not a lot that can be predicted. Even the weather can fluctuate from the most educated forecasts.
Sunsets are also a mystery, though less so if you understand the science.
Lovers of vintage vehicles and surf style will gather April 17 for a fundraiser festival along Navarre Beach.
The Navarre Beach Lifeguards plan to host vintage cars, motorcycles, surfboards, boats and more at the lifeguard station on Blue Heron Court, including a parade of vehicles and open air, open house.
Florida is supposed to be the Sunshine State. Even during the winter, Florida might have cold days every now and then, but typically it doesn’t stay cold like it has been the past couple of weeks.
Lows in Navarre have consistently been in the 30s and 40s since the beginning of the year and Floridians are starting to wonder why.
Publisher of Navarre Press Sandi Kemp took a walk down the Navarre Beach Fishing Pier and snapped these tropical shots this week. Enjoy!
Deployment of new reef modules for the one-mile out reef expansion is expected to begin Tuesday morning at three sites off the shore of Navarre Beach.
A total of 47 structures will be deployed, including 20 at a site a little more than a mile south of the pier. The other two sites are a little less than a mile west of the pier.
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