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Dec 14, 2023

Developer looking to bring Chipotle to Navarre

Navarre may soon get a new restaurant. A developer has submitted plans to bring a Chipotle, the popular Mexican food restaurant chain, to Navarre on Mikajack Ave., which is part of the Elevate Navarre development.

Dec 6, 2023

Costa Enterprises McDonald’s transfers Bluewater Bay, Niceville locations to new owners

The Costa Family of Costa Enterprises McDonald’s has announced their Bluewater Bay and Niceville restaurants will be transferring to new owners, Tim and Stacey Hughes, beginning December 15, 2023.

Dec 5, 2023

Attorney General Moody takes legal action against more solar companies

Attorney General Ashley Moody is taking legal action against two additional solar companies, Vision Solar and SetUp My Solar, for deceiving Floridians. These latest actions come after announcing a suit against MC Solar last month for deceiving hundreds of consumers.

Nov 30, 2023

Grillehouse makes surprise announcement, closes for winter

Those looking for steak, shrimp and a fine dining experience will need to look somewhere beside the Grillehouse of Navarre for the next few months. The restaurant, which opened in fall 2022, is set to close until March 1, 2024.

Nov 28, 2023

Cook-in something up

As if owning your own food truck business at age 21 wasn’t enough, Elijah Cook, now 22, is opening a second business, this time at brick-and-mortar location.

Nov 17, 2023

2023 holiday season expected to be big for retail spending

Thanksgiving is here. While the holiday is a time for families and friends to gather for food and, in some cases, football, it also marks an especially busy time for retailers and consumer spending.

With several holidays between the start of November and the end of December, retailers, both brick-and-mortar and online, can expect added traffic as people hunt down deals on gifts.


Nov 13, 2023

Developments and Zoning requests recently approved for Navarre area

With Navarre’s growth in population (from 31,378 in 2010 to 41,940 in 2020) has come additional businesses and housing. To fulfill their goals, business and housing developers oftentimes approach Santa Rosa County Development Services, which oversees planning and zoning, with requests to change zoning classifications, expand business operations and create housing which fits within the developer’s vision.

Nov 8, 2023

ABC Fine Wine & Spirits set to open in Navarre, offering chance to win $250 Shopping Spree

ABC Fine Wine & Spirits, a Florida based, family-owned wine and spirits retailer, will open a brand-new location in Navarre on Thursday, November 9, and celebrate the occasion with a big giveaway. The store will be located at 8315 Mikajack Avenue in Navarre.

Nov 3, 2023

Florida Attorney General sues Cox Pools for abandoned jobs

Attorney General Ashley Moody is taking legal action against a Gulf Coast pool company and its owner for taking large upfront payments from consumers and leaving jobs incomplete. According to an investigation by the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division, Cox Pools of the Gulf Coast, LLC, and its owner, Hillary Bello, accepted payments from at least 27 consumers in exchange for pool construction services, then failed to perform the services as promised—leaving consumers with unfi nished pools and holes in backyards.

Nov 3, 2023

SRC Economic Development helping bring in more industries, jobs

Over the past 23 years, Santa Rosa County has seen an influx of people to the tune of around 80,000 people. With people comes a workforce, 91,583 as of September (not including military servicemembers). Having a population ready to work is a major selling point for companies when they decide where they want to set up their headquarters, distribution, manufacturing or stores.
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