Friends of the family of a 13-year-old Woodlawn Beach student who died unexpectedly Monday are raising money to help her mom pay for services.
Sophia Fenner was born and raised in the Gulf Breeze area.
Tracey Williams, Executive Director of the Panhandle Animal Welfare Society, has announced that she has tendered her resignation to PAWS to pursue new opportunities.
A press release announcing her resignation was sent out Thursday afternoon. Williams, who has served as Executive Director of PAWS since July 2020, plans to leave PAWS by late February.
For Navarre Beach Fire Rescue, 2021 was a year filled with firsts, funding and heartwarming moments.
The department on Navarre Beach got its first drone to drop lifejackets, was awarded its first custom LandRover, trained Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Office deputies for the first time and received a Lifepak 15 cardiac monitor through CARES funding.
Traffic is backed up onto U.S. Highway 98 near the old Gulf Breeze Flea Market for the free COVID testing offered there.
According to county officials, the testing site, which is run by a private company, has had staffing issues that delayed Tuesday’s opening.
Validating its assertions that Santa Rosa County’s school impact fee was inaccurately calculated and legally flawed, the Home Builders Association of West Florida and 11 additional plaintiffs applaud the Jan. 15, 2022, decision by Circuit Court Judge Darlene Dickey to issue Summary Final Judgment in their favor.
The ordinance by the Board of County Commissioners in support of new funding for the School Board of Santa Rosa County went into effect May 1, 2020, with impact fees of $5,000 on each new home permitted in the county, $4,000 for each mobile home, and $2,750 for each multi-family dwelling.
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