Articles by DAVID ADLERSTEIN

  • FWC told ‘ the disaster’s coming’

      Ever year since Feb. 2010, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has held one of its statewide meetings in Apalachicola, with commissioners each year raving about the fis... READ MORE

  • School board confronts budget ‘crisis’

      The Franklin County School Board voted last week to negotiate with its teacher and support personnel unions a reduction of $258,000 from this fiscal year’s budget. At the Dec. 6 regu... READ MORE

  • TDC revenues post record year

    For the first time since Franklin County’s two-cent bed tax was first put into place in 2005, the county’s annual tourist tax revenue has passed the $900,000 mark, with a better than $100,000 ... READ MORE

  • Seahawk hoopsters off to slow start

    The Seahawks boys varsity basketball team has opened with a slow start, managing to win two of their opening eight games as they seek their first district win. The boys nearly got their first l... READ MORE

  • ANERR building set to revert to city

    The outlines of a deal have been reached between Apalachicola and the state of Florida to have the former headquarters of the Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve revert to the city ... READ MORE

  • Cops: Daughter acted alone in mom's murder

    The daughter of an Apalachicola woman found murdered Dec. 12 has confessed to shooting and stabbing her mother on an isolated beach about 10 miles west of town, and then burying her body in a ... READ MORE

  • Daughter arrested for mother’s murder

    The daughter of an Apalachicola woman found dead on an isolated beach Wednesday afternoon about 10 miles west of town has been charged with her murder. The Franklin County Sheriff's Office, wit... READ MORE

  • Seahawks sink St. Joe, no Sweatt

    Last week, on Friday night in Eastpoint, the Seahawks basketball team was hungry for more than Christmas dinner. Because he drew a pair of technical fouls two Fridays ago at South Walton, Frank... READ MORE

  • Oysters, oysters and (no) more oysters

      If there was one story that dominated the news pages this year, it was all about oysters. The good, the bad and the beautiful. First came the good news, a shattering second-year succ... READ MORE

  • Ladies in wading

      As international stories go, it was Franklin County’s biggest – a Valentine’s Day surprise for millions of pairs of eyes who each caught a fresh glimpse of the county courtesy of three&n... READ MORE

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