December 22, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

TPO addresses county-wide transportation challenges

The Florida-Alabama Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) recently approved several long-range plans and discussed other potential projects to benefit drivers and pedestrians alike in their communities. More...

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Community

Gulf Breeze Elementary students learn Caring at Christmas

Gulf Breeze Elementary School students learned the true meaning of Christmas this year as they provided gifts to be donated to a local charity. More...

GBHS ROTC participates in holiday parade

Sixteen of Gulf Breeze High School%27s AFJROTC cadets gave up their Saturday morning off to participate in Gulf Breeze%27s annual Holiday parade on Dec. 12. More...

Gail’s Girls dance for seniors this holiday season

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News

Vehicle theft suspect treated, released for PMS

On Dec. 18, Gulf Breeze Police Department was dispatched to a possible stolen vehicle at the Expressit at 801 Gulf Breeze Pkwy. Once the officer arrived at the station, he noticed the clerk running after the vehicle which was a gold colored Buick. More...

GULF BREEZE POLICE REPORT Information provided by Gulf Breeze Police Department. 934-5121.

held out her arms from her body. The vehicle was confirmed stolen and the driver was placed under arrest for theft and transported to the Gulf Breeze Police Department. More...

GBMS band holds Winter Concert

Gulf Breeze Middle School held their annual Winter Concert Tuesday, Dec. 13 at St. Ann Catholic Church in Gulf Breeze. More...

Sports

Fall sports relive successful seasons with awards banquets

Football team celebrates third straight six-win season

The Gulf Breeze Dolphin football team celebrated their third consecutive six-win season at their annual awards banquet Sunday at the Community Life Center. More...

Sports Schedule

Dec. 22-23 Boys S at Student Sports Invitational in Tampa, TBA More...

Sports Briefs

Gulf Breeze Sports Association sports registration begin in January More...

Calendar of Events

Today, Dec. 22 Gulf Breeze Area Chamber of Commerce More...

Health

Tooth-decaying bacteria foiling researchers

Leave it to the bacteria that cause tooth decay to be able to live without something all cells were thought to require. More...

HEALTH BRIEFS

Aneurysm screening offered at Sacred Heart

Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola is offering free screenings for aortic aneurysms in its Ultrasound Department. More...

Home & Garden

It’s beginning to taste a lot like Christmas

Some friends tell me that though they do little or no baking during the year, when the holidays are approaching, these non-bakers are lured by the beautiful, tempting photos in the press and on TV. Now they%27re ready to pull out the mixing bowls. More...

Olde English Trifle pleases everyone Can%27t you just see the royalty of Merry Olde England savoring a treat such as this at a great banquet? Enjoy this with friends and family: More...

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Suncoast Flooring offers special pricing, selection on quality area rugs

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Legals

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION More...

Bomb threat called into MediaCom

On Dec. 14 at 12:28 pm, a bomb threat was called in to the Media Com Office in Gulf Breeze, Florida. An unknown female suspect called the office and left a message that a bomb was "on it%27s way" to that office. More...

Good Samaritan Clinic continues to help community of Gulf Breeze

After being in business for an entire year, the Good Samaritan Clinic in Gulf Breeze has helped over 1,500 people who would otherwise have no means to pay for medical treatment. More...

School Board announces rezoning proposal

The Santa Rosa School Board will listen to public opinion on Jan. 26 regarding a proposal for rezoning which, if passes, could take affect for the 06-07 school year. More...

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Island News

Pensacola Beach will get a new condo-hotel

The Hilton Garden Inn on Pensacola Beach is expanding and More...

Pensacola Beach Chamber of Commerce News

Mark your calendars Chamber Business Meeting, Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2006, 8:30 a.m. at the Comfort Inn. More...

SRIA seeks state money for Little Sabine Bay

Little Sabine Bay, long considered a valuable, yet ecologically sensitive body of water within the confines of Santa Rosa Island garnered headlines with water quality issues back in 1999. More...

Entertainment

Fox cancellation of ‘Simple Life’ challenged

Q: Why is Simon Cowell leaving "American Idol?" At first my friends and I couldn%27t stand him. But now if he goes, the show will lose a lot of its interest. -Sarah L. More...

Kitt LoughNashville Vocalist Returns Home

Kitt Lough is one of those professional, charismatic and talented musicians that occasionally returns home after finding success in a bigger city. More...

Today 12/22 The Break For live entertainment calendar check out www.breakbeachbar.com, 65 Via de Luna, Pensacola Beach, 932-0864 More...

School

Woodlawn Beach Middle School teachers ‘granted’ many awards

Woodlawn Beach Middle School has the grab on Grants! Yes, several teachers at WBMS have applied for grant money. The teachers who have received grants are: More...

Kindergartners ship books to Mississippi kids

Central Elementary School in Gulfport, Miss. is the recipient of a box of Christmas cheer from the kindergarten students of Gulf Breeze Elementary. More...

Oriole Beach Elementary student gets locks cut for a purpose

Oriole Beach Elementary recently held their Holiday Extravaganza and it turned into an event of great giving for others during a time when the hustle and bustle of activities and events can fill our time and overtake the true meaning of the season. More...

Seniors

Senior Scene

Rooting for Christmas decorations brings back memories

While digging in the garage for the Christmas decorations (I know they More...

Holiday season can shine spotlight on senior care needs

When families head home for the holidays, they may be surprised to see how their aging parents or grandparents have deteriorated. More...

St. Sylvester Catholic Church joins Caring and Sharing

During November and December of this year, Saint Sylvester joined with Caring and Sharing of South Santa Rosa County once again to brighten the holiday season for families in the area. More...

Opinion

On the Spot:

WHERE WE PUT PEOPLE

"I say Merry Christmas, and I'm going to keep saying it." Agnes Kostic Gulf Breeze More...

From the Editor’s Desk

Have a Merry

I%27m starting to get worried. As of press time, I can guarantee that I have yet to think about beginning Christmas shopping. Being in the industry of publishing, I strive for deadlines. More...

Hurricane transplant offers thanks

I have been a transplant from New Orleans courtesy of Hurricane Katrina for about four months, and I have experienced so much kindness from this community that I wanted to express my gratitude. More...