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Bridge reopening delayed, again

March 29, 2021
The Florida Department of Transportation informed the public Monday that additional repair work would be required before the bridge can be reopened.

Vet centers ready to help veterans, families

March 28, 2021
Okaloosa County and Pensacola Veterans Affairs Vet Centers continue to provide veterans with readjustment counseling services to veterans in person and also by phone and VA Video Connect.

Officials answer questions about Milton’s new wastewater facility

March 28, 2021
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 proce…

New Navarre school staff announces colors, mascots and motto

March 26, 2021
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 …

Local officials advocate at state level

March 26, 2021
Several local officials traveled to Tallahassee last week to meet with other county leaders and talk to local legislative members. The event was 2021 Legislative Day organized by the Florida Associ…

Festivals get green light

March 26, 2021
The Tourist Development Council recommended spending $67,000 to fund more than a dozen events planned for its next fiscal year, which begins October 2021.

BOCC narrowly approves rezoning for new Pace subdivision

March 25, 2021
After nearly three hours of discussion and debate Thursday evening, the Santa Rosa Board of Commissioners approved 3-2 to allow rezoning of 315 acres of land in Pace.

Local airport adds four nonstop destinations

March 25, 2021
Pensacola International Airport and United Airlines Invite You to #FlyEasy with Four New Destinations United Airlines will offer expanded service to Pensacola, Gateway to the Gulf Coast, with fou…

Navarre Beach walkover improvements move forward

March 25, 2021
A windfall of $600,000 that was recently added to the Tourist Development Council budget helped board members Wednesday decide to recommend funding for some county improvements.

Polio survivor walks Navarre Beach daily

March 24, 2021
John Kippe is all too familiar with the word pandemic. He was born in Flint, Michigan July 14, 1940. Two years later, he came down with poliovirus.