A swim advisory is no longer in effect for the sampling location at the Salinas Park public access dock in Gulf County.
Water samples have resulted in satisfactory bacteriological results.
The St. Joseph Bay Buffer Preserve is hopping.
Each year, the Buffer Preserve plays home to a handful of researchers from all over the U.S. who live on-site while conducting research in the area.
What does a Florida panther have in common with the New Orleans Saints or with a man who built and sold radio stations? Well, if you have the pleasure of visiting
There is no I in team but there is plenty of heat.
The Port St. Joe Tiger Shark football team experienced the warmth last week during a three-day camp in Marianna held during a blistering week; on
Last weekend the annual Founder’s day tournament was held at St. Joe Golf & Country Club.
We cannot thank our sponsors, volunteers and staff enough for their hard work in putting this together
To celebrate the Fourth of July holiday, the Mexico Beach Community Development Council held its annual Sandy Shoes 5K fun run.
The path, which wound up 7th Street to 386 before turning around, we
The summer months are the most difficult times to garden in Florida. The high temperature and humidity make working outdoors extremely uncomfortable. This is also the time of year when i
The Port St. Joe High School class of 1974 invites those from the class of 1973 and 1975 to join them for their 40th class reunion on Sept. 19-20.
On Sept. 19, attendees are invited to Bubba Harmo
The John C. Gainous VFW Post 10069 is asking all Korean War Veterans who served from June 25, 1950 through July 27, 1953 and veterans who participated in U.N. Peace-keeping operations until the end
Here we are in the good old summertime. When the living is easy, that is if the air conditioning is working, but if not – oops.
Of course, there are ways we can cool off by taking a
Gulf County citizens reaffirmed their commitment to stand against the County Commissioners recent decision changing Land Development Regulations immediately affecting Beacon Hill Vete
Tuesday, July 14, was a hard day for us here on the Cape to watch the desecration of history and have to navigate and try to do business with closed roads. The Cape San Blas L