• Thunderstorms headed to county

    At 5:08 p.m., the National Weather Service issues a significant weather advisory for northeast Franklin County, southwest Wakulla County, and southeastern Liberty County to last until 5:45 p.m. ... READ MORE

  • Babies-to-be given a ‘healthy start’

    Healthy Start held their 10th annual World’s Greatest Baby Shower on April 9at the First United Methodist Church in Panama City.  The baby shower was free to residents of Bay, Gulf and ... READ MORE

  • Augie Doggie gets a daddy

    A pulled pork supper on St. George Island raised more than enough money to pay one very lucky dog’s remaining medical bills.

    On Christmas Eve, 2014, a dog was left in the night drop pen at ...

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  • Life while in the grips of the Depression

    Eighty years ago in 1935, the Depression was underway leading to foreclosures and other personal tragedies but there was also progress in the form of radio police cars and long-distance ...

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  • Tour of Homes features intriguing variety

    Not surprisingly, this month’s 23rd annual Home and Garden Tour, an annual fundraiser to maintain one of the city’s oldest buildings, Trinity Episcopal Church, turned out to be a wonderful ... READ MORE

  • Charbonneau departure leads to Weems doc woes

    The April 25 departure of Dr. Eugene Charbonneau from the Weems Memorial Hospital system has led to a primary care physician void at the hospital’s two clinics, which the hospital CEO is ...

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  • School board suspends finance office employee

    In a narrow vote, the school board voted last week to begin the process of terminating from her job within the finance department a well-known teacher who retired after many years at Apalachicola...

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  • County mourns Mayor Messer

    All of Carrabelle was in mourning last week when Mayor Curley Messer was laid to rest following a May 13 service at the Carrabelle Christian Center.

    Cars lined River Road leading up to the ...

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  • Chasing Shadows: More on John W. Berry

    Back on April 2, the Times published the story of how John Berry shot William Driggers in the Olympia Café.

    Crack local historian Mark Curenton has been sleuthing out some more information on

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  • Poppy dances, potatoes and Porter Park

    Eighty years ago, this week, in 1935, baseball season was about to begin. The town was gearing up to celebrate to opening of the brand new Gorrie Bridge, 10 years after construction began and Mrs...

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