Employees aren't allowed to officially tell you anything inside the store, but the sign on the front window says it all: Winn-Dixie in Navarre is reopening this month.
"Grand Opening 5/26/2021" reads a sign posted.
A 33-year-old man was arrested after the vehicle he was driving struck a child who got out of the backseat of another car and darted across Gulf Boulevard. The accident happened about 7 p.m. Saturday on Navarre Beach.
Ryan Morgan of Fort Lauderdale was charged with driving without a valid license. According to a Florida Highway Patrol media release, Morgan was driving westbound when the 10-year-old boy got out of another vehicle and ran across the road. The Pace boy, who first responders said has autism, was critically injured but expected to recover, the release said. The road was dark and the shoulder was limited, the report said. Morgan stopped immediately after the crash.
A sinkhole added to traffic woes for drivers navigating Tiger Point Boulevard Friday afternoon.
District 5 Commissioner Colten Wright, who was the first official on scene, said that a storm drain failed causing a sinkhole in both travel lanes and on the right of way.
Al Gliniecki and his wife, Jeannette Cooper Gliniecki, are celebrating the one-year anniversary of adopting their pup by hosting a championship for folks who can tie cherry stems into knots. The event will raise money for the Panhandle Animal Welfare Society, which is where they got Bambi.
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