Human remains found Sunday in a wooded lot off of Sandy Forest Road in Milton are believed to belong to a homicide victim. At this time, all indicators are leading Major Crimes Detectives to suspect this death was a homicide, according to a Wednesday afternoon update from the Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Office.
The remains were taken to the Medical Examiner’s Office for autopsy and identification. The deceased has been identified but public release is pending notification of next-of-kin. The exact cause of death is still under investigation.
Ask Gail Ferris when the Navarre Taco Bell is hiring and she’ll have a quick answer.
“Forever,” says the area coach for four of the popular fast-food restaurants. “We are always hiring.”
Right now, the need for staff is high for many businesses in Navarre and on the beach, in both Navarre and Pensacola. It’s been made more challenging, managers say, by the recent round of stimulus checks, which essentially pay people for doing nothing.
The City of Milton operates a sewer system that serves more than 5,000 customers in the City of Milton, Berryhill area, East Milton, NAS Whiting Field and Munson area.
The City is in the process of building a new Regional Wastewater Reclamation Facility to serve this growing area.
Principal Beth Mosley and vice principal Trish Johnson stepped on the foundation of East Bay K-8 for the first time Friday afternoon. Construction of the new school in Holley by the Sea is coming along and the project is still on time to welcome students this fall.
Mosley and Johnson have been working hard to get everything ready for that day. Friday morning the dynamic duo announced the school’s mascot, colors and motto for the first time.
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