March 3, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Council questions fire station bricks, associated costs

Gulf Breeze News chris@gulfbreezenews.com The Gulf Breeze City Council was already busy putting out fires at the city More...

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Community

Airman Kessner arrives for duty in Ft. Walton

Air Force Airman 1st Class Raymond A. Kessner has arrived for duty at Hurlburt Field, Fort Walton Beach. More...

Area couples announce wedding plans

Jessica Anne Agricola - Micah William Fulcher Mr. and Mrs. Otto Agricola III and the Rev. and Mrs. Malcolm Fulcher announce the engagement of their children Jessica Anne Agricola and Micah William Fulcher on April 16, 2005. More...

Mr. Briggs’ bees

Gulf Breeze News news@gulfbreezenews.com John Briggs, known as More...

Sports

Lady Dolphin tennis team continues dominance of GPTA Tournament

Team win their third straight, seventh in last eight years

jason@gulfbreezenews.com The Gulf Breeze Lady Dolphin tennis team won the Greater Pensacola Tennis Association championship Friday at the Roger Scott Tennis Center. More...

Boys soccer coach Blasts into Hall of Fame

Bruce Savage, head coach of the Gulf Breeze Boys More...

Lady Dolphin softball team opens season with two wins

Blass throws no-hitter in 21-0 drubbing of PHS

jason@gulfbreezenews.com Emily Hodgson had as many hits as the entire Bay team and Kaitlin Weeks struck out seven and walked none as the Gulf Breeze Lady Dolphin softball team beat the Lady Tornadoes 5-2 in their season opener Feb. More...

Business

H & R Block answers residents’ tax questions in post-hurricane world

Soon after Hurricane Ivan hit the Gulf Breeze/Pensacola Beach area, the tax preparers at H&R Block of Gulf Breeze realized they were in for an interesting, though complicated, tax season- and that has been the case. More...

Food still available for victims

Gulf Breeze residents still struggling following Hurricane Ivan need not go hungry, as residents can now apply for food at www.lifelineoutreach.com or by calling the organization at 1-888-505-5383 - (please allow 10 sec for phone to ring). More...

GB residents incensed over debris burning

Gulf Breeze News chris@gulfbreezenews.com The continued burning of vegetative debris at Shoreline Park has residents in surrounding neighborhoods begging for a cease-fire. More...

Offering music, prayer

Photo courtesy of First Baptist Church

Bob Noland plays an instrument for young Josh Spooneybarger during a recent More...

GBPD launches attack on red light runners

Gulf Breeze News chris@gulfbreezenews.com Motorists passing through the new Daniel Dr. intersection at Hwy 98 in Gulf Breeze may soon have their picture taken by the police department if they run that traffic light, as it is red. More...

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Island News

Beach real estate booms in price and popularity

Demand spurs

Gulf Breeze News vici@gulfbreezenews.com Driving around on Pensacola Beach in the weeks after Hurricane Ivan, many locals were heard to question if the beach could ever recover. More...

Community Beach Church temporarily returns to site

The Pensacola Beach Community Church will have its services at the church site at 9 a.m. Sunday, March 5. Though the remodeling is not complete, the relocation is necessary as the Hilton Garden Inn is booked. More...

FEMA flood level maps now available on line

Are you wondering how high flood waters got in your neighborhood? More...

News

Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office Report

District 1 - Gulf Breeze 3098 Gulf Breeze Parkway Gulf Breeze, Florida 32563 (850) 934-4000. Information provided by the Santa Rosa County Sheriff More...

Faith

KC’s host charity fish fry at St. Ann in Gulf Breeze

The Knights of Columbus Council No. 7272 will continue to host a Fish Fry on Fridays during Lent at St. Ann Catholic Church in Gulf Breeze through Friday, March 18. More...

Obituaries

Charles E. Branch Charles E. Branch, 51, passed away Sunday, February 20, 2005. Branch was a resident of Navarre since 1990, following residency in New Orleans. He was a fun-loving, family man and an avid fisherman. More...

St. Ann, area churches collaborate for Penance Service March 9

There will be a Wednesday evening Penance Service on March 9 at 7p.m. at St. Ann More...

Calendar of Events

Saturday, March 5

WF Genealogical Society The West Florida Genealogical Society will meet at 10 a.m. at the Bayview Senior Citizen Center in Pensacola at 20th and Lloyd Streets. Admission is free and guests are welcome. More...

Opinion

Church-neighborhood border dispute signs of growing pains

From the Editor

Just as the line separating church and state in our country continues to become blurred, so does the line between smart growth and necessary growth in small communities across America. More...

Insurance companies should ‘pay their bills,’ like renters do

I am not a mean person, at times a little upset with the stupidity of our appointed and elected government officials, but not mean. I pay my bills on time and do not have bill collectors calling my house. More...

Little respect shown for police

I More...