Chrissy Brady was injured in an explosion Sept. 11 as she tried to light a propane tank inside the British Eatery’s food truck.
Navarre boaters were hoping for a world record as they gathered Sept. 5 to attempt to break the world record for largest boat parade.
For more than a decade, Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office had taken the stance that the county’s noise ordinance did not apply to the beach, but after a vote Aug. 27, commissioners declared that it most certainly did.
Navarre Beach Lifeguards celebrated making the trek from pier to pier. Makayla Ludwick, Megan Gordon, Dillon Perkins, Garrett Edwards, Julia Jones, Madison Sullins and Tessa Hendricks swam, paddled, ran or biked the 18 miles between Navarre and Pensacola’s piers.
For the first time in 30 years, Santa Rosa County launched a large-scale new road project Aug. 14 with a groundbreaking on the new Pea Ridge Connector in Pace.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection notified the county that they would no longer issue general permits for larger projects in the south county.
SpaceX’s Dragon “Endeavor” became the first privately built spacecraft in history to successfully transport astronauts to and from orbit Aug. 3.
Santa Rosa County Commissioners voted to make “In God We Trust” the county’s motto July 23.
Brian Renner, a lifeguard since the 1980s, was teaching beach safety to Navarre Beach’s first class of Jr. Lifeguards. The program was designed to take children ages 9 to 15 through mental and physical training similar to the experience of a real lifeguard.
As parents prepared to send students back to school in August, they were faced with two options.
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