Sixteen year-old Eagle Scout Barry Jordan is one in a million - literally.
is most known as a safe bedroom community, the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's
Office cautions: thieves lurk in the night.
The Holley-Navarre Fire District is moving forward with
plans to take on fire safety inspections for residents and business owners in
Amnesty Day, which offers Santa Rosa County residents the
opportunity to dispose of household hazardous waste at no charge, is scheduled
for this Saturday, March 27 from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
After living in Harvest
Village for 10 years,
Cheri Hofmann finally grew tired of lightless nights.
It’s no secret that trying to grow anything in the soil in South Santa
Thousands of Navarre residents were out and about last weekend, enjoying a break in cold weather that had been crippling the area earlier in the week.
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