There’s no agreement on how things went down with water issues in south Santa Rosa during Memorial Day weekend. Agreement has become a rarity in recent months between two of the water-provider partners of Fairpoint Regional Utility System (FRUS). Read the full article in the July 18 issue of Navarre Press. Visit navarrepress.com/subscribe to […]
Juana’s Pagodas and Sailors’ Grill is celebrating 30 years of service along Navarre Beach this year, and with that anniversary came a hefty investment, said general manager Kevin Rudzki. The result is a major renovation of the iconic eatery. Read the full article in the May 23 issue of Navarre Press. Visit navarrepress.com/subscribe to […]
On this Memorial Day, veterans will be honored for their service to the country, both those who served and came home and those who went off to war and paid the ultimate price. Richard Knies is among those who have served the nation. He did so in an era that now seems like ancient history […]
Great brands start with the question why. Why does this brand exist? Great brands are purposeful and authentic. They are responsive and transparent. Great brands are meant to be used as a communication tool, evoking some sort of memory or feeling in people. This is why the Navarre community loved its old beach sign so […]
With Memorial Day weekend fast approaching, it is an appropriate time to highlight boating safety with National Safe Boating Week. Florida is known as the boating capital of the world, with nearly a million vessels registered across the state, and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, along with the Coast Guard and other search […]
Memorial Day is fast approaching and the Navarre Beach lifeguards will be ready for the summer onslaught of beach visitors. “We currently have 12 guards working and are expecting to hire another three,” lead guard Aaron Wible said. “That is a couple more than we had on staff last year. Read the full article in […]
Memorial Day is widely heralded as the unofficial start of summer. Here on the Emerald Coast it signals the beginning of our busy tourist season, with condos booked, hotel rooms rented, beach supplies at the ready, and the mouth-watering aroma of food being cooked on a grill. This time of year is unmistakable and really […]
Dating all the way back to 1868, May 30 has been a day to honor and remember those who have lost their lives in service to our country. In 1868 it was called Decoration Day because the tradition involved decorating grave sites of the Civil War soldiers with flowers, flags and wreaths. At the first […]
The Navarre High School Raider Battalion presents the colors during the Memorial Day ceremony honoring those who lost their lives while serving their country. The ceremony took place at Navarre Park Monday morning.
The following county offices are closed Monday, May 25, in observance of Memorial Day. Normal hours of operation resume Tuesday, May 26. Santa Rosa County Board of Commissioners, including the library system and animal shelter Santa Rosa County Clerk of the Court Santa Rosa County Property Appraiser Santa Rosa County Supervisor of Elections Santa […]
Retired Chief Master Sgt. Richard T. “Taco” Sanchez provided comments May 26 for the annual Memorial Day remembrance ceremony at Navarre Park. It was sponsored by American Legion Post 382 in partnership with VFW 11367 Spectre Post and VFW Post 4407. Read more in the May 29 issue of Navarre Press or subscribe online here.
The wait is nearly over. Not much longer will Navarre residents need to travel out of town to “Live Mas” or to visit a local steakhouse. Gail Ferres, Area Coach with Taco Bell, said the restaurant is nearly ready. Some Navarre area residents have been longing for a steakhouse ever since Cowboy’s was destroyed by […]
Crews this week are starting a project to add a second left turn lane to accommodate motorists heading north from the Navarre Beach Bridge onto Highway 98. The project is scheduled to take 60 days and that means it should be completed about a week prior to the busy Memorial Day weekend. “It should be […]