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Hurricane Michael is changing many annual events, including the Martin Luther King Jr. march. This year, the Advisory Committee for Urban Revitalization Equity, also known... [Read More]
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The NAACP hosted its annual prayer breakfast to stand for what Martin Luther King Jr. fought to achieve. [Read More]
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Friday was Florida's Arbor Day and to help locals get in the spirit Forest Service personnel gave away trees to help rebuild the natural beauty... [Read More]
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Hurricane Michael tore down many homeowners' fences when it blew through the Panhandle, but now, Code Enforcement in Panama City Beach is taking action to... [Read More]
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Destruction left behind by Hurricane Michael is still evident three months after the storm hit. Hundreds of residents are still working on recovery efforts and... [Read More]
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When the busy season starts to kick back up again, not only will much of the landscape look different to visitors, but also the staffing... [Read More]
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Officials with the South Walton Fire Department's Beach Safety Division say they've noticed more visitors on their shores the past five years. So now, they're... [Read More]
Vinny and Bay's is a coffee shop and eatery on Harrison Avenue best known for hiring staff members with cognitive disabilities. [Read More]
In honor of Smithsonian Magazine's Museum Day, more than 1,250 museums provided free entry on Saturday, but the day was a special occasion in more... [Read More]
Healing Paws for Warriors hosted its sixth class graduation on Friday for veterans coping with PTSD by using trained therapy dogs. [Read More]
The Sheriff's Office asked for a 5.4 percent increase in its budget, which it got, allowing for a raise in salaries for department staff. [Read More]
Wednesday, city leaders kick-started some improvements to the city's campus by knocking down the building that hosted the Bay County Department of Motor Vehicles. [Read More]
Panama City is kicking out an unwelcome intruder from city lakes and ponds. [Read More]
One local student is taking her science skills to a national level. [Read More]
Tuesday marks the beginning of one of the holiest days of the year for those who practice Judaism. They are observing Yom Kippur. [Read More]
From the bottom of their hearts, walkers turned out for the 2018 Heart Walk Saturday morning.The impacts of heart disease are wide-reaching, but there are... [Read More]
Racers grabbed their paddleboards and hit the water for a good cause this weekend. [Read More]
Fentanyl is a prescription opioid used to treat pain, but now it's being found in street drugs. [Read More]
The Bay British Car Club hosted its monthly meeting at Tally Ho to celebrate the restaurant's last hoorah. [Read More]
Students in Bay County are getting a bit of a confidence boost this week. [Read More]
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