Beach residents raise alarm on noise ordinance
In August, Santa Rosa County Commissioners unanimously approved expanding the nuisance noise ordinance to protect Navarre Beach.
So, when a car alarm started going off repeatedly after 9 p.m. along Gulf Boulevard, residents of the beach called the Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Office to enforce the new county law.
Navarre Beach Fire equipment washed out
Navarre Beach Fire Rescue lost plenty of equipment to Hurricane Sally, but Chief Danny Fureigh said that they are still fully operational.
Man outed for allegedly removing sign
A Milton businessman who is accused of stealing an election sign was called out in a press release from the State Attorney’s Office due to media interest in the case, according to Assistant State Attorney Greg Marcille.
Child killed in I-10 rollover wreck
A 12-year-old Destin girl is dead following a Sunday morning accident on Interstate 10 in Santa Rosa County. The girl was one of three children in a pickup truck driven by a 26-year-old Destin man.
Fatal shooting poses ‘complex’ case
First Judicial Circuit State Attorney Bill Eddins said it could be weeks or even months before they unravel what happened early in the morning of Oct. 22 at a local boat ramp.
On the mend: paralyzed skateboarder hopes to surf again
Elis Hines started the year traveling the West Coast, surfing Pacific Ocean waves and skating big hills with his friends along the way.
He is ending it learning how to walk again.
Newspaper publisher makes fake post, false accusations
Faked Facebook posts and self-quoting are among the actions taken by South Santa Rosa News publisher Romi White last week in a bashing campaign of a local, free political debate co-sponsored by Navarre Press.