After nearly six years of being the driving force behind Christmas in the Park, Frankie and Barbara Gibbs are hoping for a miracle on U.S. Highway 98.
At 5,000 barrels per day for five months, it’s no surprise that the public’s chief concern regarding the Deepwater Horizon oil spill was for the Gulf Coast’s ecosystem.
Folks who prefer to travel with the comforts of home will find new accommodations in Navarre next spring, according to former Florida Sen. Charlie Clary.
The Santa Rosa County Commission tentatively has approved a master plan for the fair association’s Agri-Plex project.
A sea of red, white and blue blanketed the cafeteria at Holley-Navarre Intermediate School last week as students paid homage to heroes.
Holley by the Sea had the ribbon cutting on their new beach house on Friday, November 5. Pictured are Lee Steinert, Wendy Hoeflich, and the Chairman of the Board, Christina Koenig.
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