Mar 19, 2021

Dogs on beach still off table

On sunny days on the fitness trail along Gulf Boulevard at Navarre Beach you will find many people strolling with and without their pets.

The path that runs along the road is one of the places at Navarre Beach where dogs are welcome on leashes.

Mar 18, 2021

Milton community opposes subdivision

A proposal to allow a new single-family residential subdivision in Milton by Celebrity Home Builders, LLC was met with opposition by community members at the Santa Rosa County Board Zoning Board March 11.

Mar 18, 2021

Navarre Beach Fishing Pier needs infrastructure to power potty

The Navarre Beach Fishing Pier’s new potty is about to get new electrical wiring running the length of the pier to make sure it’s properly lighted and air-conditioned.

SRSO burned child
Mar 17, 2021

Toddler transferred to burn center, authorities investigating incident

An 18-month-old child has been transferred to a Mobile area hospital for a burn injury and authorities have taken over custody. Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Office deputies received a complaint Wednesday of possible child abuse in Milton from the Department of Children and Families (DCF).

Sand still missing, many repairs made since Hurricane Sally roared ashore
Mar 17, 2021

Six months after Sally, beach still missing sand

Six months after Hurricane Sally inundated Navarre with heavy rainfall, storm surge and Category 2 winds, much – but not all – has been restored to normalcy.

Karen and Tom Lance
Mar 17, 2021

Can you help find the couple that saved this man’s life?

Six weeks after saving a Michigan man’s life in a Milton parking lot, the mystery couple who gave him CPR has not come forward.

Pup in Beach Traffic
Mar 17, 2021

Solutions on table for Navarre Beach traffic woes

With Spring Break upon us and the summer season right around the corner, officials are trying to find short- and long-term fixes to the traffic problems connected to Navarre Beach tourism.

Mar 16, 2021

Calkins wants to expand commission role in code enforcement

District 3 Commissioner James Calkins continued his strident advocacy for constituents fined $123 for mulch pile maintenance and trash and debris violations more than 15 months ago, though the issue is moving toward resolution based on an earlier decision by the county board.

Stock homecoming art
Mar 15, 2021

Mother, teen daughter charged with falsifying homecoming votes

Agents with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement today arrested Laura Rose Carroll, 50, and her daughter, 17, of Pensacola on one count each of offenses against users of computers, computer systems, computer networks, and electronic devices, unlawful use of a two-way communications device, criminal use of personally identifiable information and conspiracy to commit these offenses.

milky way
Mar 15, 2021

Step away from the lights, and look up

Step away from the nighttime light pollution of downtowns, streetlights or the glare of a backyard porch light and you’ll be treated to nature’s light show, the Milky Way Galaxy.

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