Articles by DAVID ADLERSTEIN

  • Contract talks go past impasse

    Contract talks between the Franklin County school district and its employees went to impasse last week, but both sides are continuing to talk as time ebbs away to reach a deal to shore up the ... READ MORE

  • Magnificent mardi gras

    Last weekend’s mardi gras festivities, from dancing down Commerce Street to rocking out at the Armory, were good fun and a big help to Habitat for Humanity.
    The Mystic Krewe of Salty Barkers, a...
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  • Teachers OK deal, but is it enough?

    Franklin County School district employees voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to ratify a contract for the current school year designed to bring the district’s fund balance into positive territory. Bu... READ MORE

  • Gourmet soiree

    For the past 17 years, the annual Forgotten Coast Chef Sampler has showcased the culinary creations of the area’s growing number of fine establishments. This year, there were some new twists, i... READ MORE

  • Injuries spared in Saturday bridge mishap

    No one was hurt Saturday evening when a car stopped in the road on the bridge was struck by an FWC truck. According to a report provided by Florida Highway Patrol Trooper P. Azrak, at 7 p.m. Sa... READ MORE

  • State, city begin big Mill Pond investment

    Both the state and city are moving forward this month with major investments at Scipio Creek, with the state set to pour nearly a $1 million in renovating and modernizing the aging structure that... READ MORE

  • TDC revenues start strong

    The Tourist Development Council’s 2012-13 fiscal year has started off strong, if the first two months are any indication. For the first time since Franklin County’s two-cent bed tax was first p... READ MORE

  • African-American history celebrated at festival

    The weather was blustery, with an occasional chill, but the mood was joyous and spirits warm as Apalachicola’s Hillside community played host last weekend to the 10th anniversary of the county’s ... READ MORE

  • GOV. SCOTT ANNOUNCES $3 MILLION COMMITMENT FOR WATER PROJECTS IN APALACHICOLA

    Today, Governor Rick Scott was joined by Senator Bill Montford and Representative Halsey Beshears to announce that the Florida Families First Budget invests $3 million in water projects for ... READ MORE

  • A house concert for homes

    A trio of talented musicians helped raise money for the not-for-profit Franklin County Community Development and Land Trust Corporation Feb. 23 at special house concert show on St. George ... READ MORE

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