To the people that spot them, they are mysteries, to others they are hoaxes and many remain unsure.
But what is certain is that Unidentified Flying Objects continue to be reported, with close to 6,000 records of sightings in Florida alone.
Help for citizens concerned about neighborhood noise potentially arrived June 22 when commissioners approved a new ordinance that will help the Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Office enforce nuisance noise.
The ordinance, which passed 3-1, uses a decibel-based standard to enforce infractions rather than law enforcement determining if a noise is “plainly audible.”
After 39 years dedicated to teaching and, 37 of those years spent pioneering the Gulf Breeze High School (GBHS) drama department, Margie Timmons retired from her fulfilling career.
Students from current and years past came together June 27 to surprise Timmons with an evening of performances at the Saenger Theatre in her honor. Actors and actresses, all at some point under the direction of Timmons, performed songs and scenes from old plays they had put on and took Timmons on a trip down memory lane, leaving her with tears in her eyes.
Florida health-care providers are going back in time.
The growing emergence of telehealth, or telemedicine, as a way to deliver health care has been a silver lining during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aaron Clay of Kiln, Mississippi was the big winner at Saturday’s GOAT Kayak Fishing Tournament. He reeled in a 36-pound cobia, two red snapper and two king mackerel to take home a $5,000 prize.
Red flags were flying on the beach, but those conditions were still an improvement over last weekend’s, when the tournament was originally scheduled to take place.