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Sep 15, 2021

Navarre breaks into top 50 list of best places to live

Navarre can add another ranking to its list of shiny achievements. Money ranked the 50 best places to live in the United States, placing Navarre in the No. 34 position

Sep 15, 2021

Florida judge appointed as new Santa Rosa County attorney

After nine months using interim attorneys, the Board of County Commissioners voted to appoint a new county attorney to serve Santa Rosa.

Sep 14, 2021

Chief: County beaches have zero drownings this season

For the last six months, Navarre Beach lifeguards have been patrolling beaches along the Gulf of Mexico, advising locals and visitors on water conditions, providing them with minor medical assistance and rescuing them when they need it.

Sep 14, 2021

2022 budget balanced ahead of final hearing

After many meetings and moving money around, Santa Rosa County has tentatively balanced the budget for fiscal year 2022.

Sep 14, 2021

Road closed; officials debate who should pay for repairs

A small stretch of privately owned road in the Gulf Breeze area has been closed until full repairs can be made. But it’s not clear who will fund these repairs.

Sep 14, 2021

Victim shot three times, suspect charged

A suspect in connection with a Sept. 13 shooting on Julia Drive in Milton has been arrested by local authorities.

Sep 14, 2021

Officer honored on final journey

Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office deputy Michael Neau passed through Santa Rosa County Tuesday morning on the way to his final resting place at Barrancas National Cemetery.

Sep 13, 2021

Surgery options expand at Santa Rosa County Animal Services

A brand-new surgical suite has been opened at Santa Rosa County Animal Services in Milton. The previous surgical suite was significantly smaller and only housed one surgical table, but in-house medical procedures have drastically increased since the center began conducting them in 2020.

Sep 13, 2021

School security mode lifted, no arrests yet in Milton shooting

District officials said schools in the vicinity of Julia Drive and Stewart Street in Milton were only in “security” mode briefly Monday morning following a shooting.

The Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Office responded to that area, according to a 12:19 p.m. press release. The victim was sent to a local hospital and suspects were in custody at the time of that release. Spokesman Rich Aloy said as of late Monday afternoon, no one had been charged.


Sep 13, 2021

Adams Sanitation files lawsuit against Santa Rosa County

Adams Sanitation filed a lawsuit in circuit court Monday defending the right to appeal the rejection of its application to service the southern part of Santa Rosa County.
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