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Apartment unit to be rebuilt

“Life goes on” Those words came from The Breeze Apartments manager Randy Spencer who just weeks ago was displaced because of a fire that destroyed an entire unit in his establishment, along with the apartment he was staying in. More...

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Community

Gulf Breeze FLASHBACKS

Eight years ago June 23, 2005 GBN Football and softball coach Danny Brothers took the job as Gulf Breeze High School’s Dean of Students. More...

Garden club holds annual picnic

Gulf Breeze Arts, Inc   Gulf Breeze Arts, Inc will be offering a free marbling paper class, July 22, 10 a.m. More...

Larger than life

The moon looked a little larger Sunday night. That’s because it was as close to earth as it was going to get all year. More...

Entertainment

Let your patriotic colors show at Run, Walk, Drag event

Local non-profit organization Jubilee By The Bay, Inc. announces the return of Pensacola’s second Run Walk or Drag with Color on Saturday, June 29. More...

Planning ahead is key to growing a healthy harvest

I am constantly amazed at the wonders in the garden. The miracle of seed to fruit is an experience of faith and a practice of hope. In organic gardening the concept is to work with nature rather than over power it. More...

Catch a glimpse of local art at PMA Juried Member Art Show

Ribbon Cutting Thursday, June 27, 10 a.m. Tutoring Center of Navarre  Help Chad and Mandi Bailey celebrate the opening of the Tutoring Center of Navarre. Coffee and a light brunch will be served. More...

Sports

Tiger Point wins 1st-ever World Series title

Gulf Breeze 8s beat Tiger Point in final; GBSA 9s, 10s also win; Tiger Point 7s take second

The Tiger Point 12-under All Stars won the American Division of the Nations Drafted League All Star World Series, beating the Crestview Crushers 13-4 in the championship game Sunday at Shoreline Park. More...

Okay, Mom - I get it

It’s amazing how perspective changes from parent to child.  Whether it’s a phone call or a gathering at the house (or in public) the conversations always end the same way with me – a hug, a kiss, and an “I love you.&rdquo More...

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Calendar of Events

Calendar of Meetings

Thursday, June 27  Capital Trust Agency, Inc., 8 a.m., 315 Fairpoint Drive, Gulf Breeze  Commissioner Regular, 9 a.m., SRC Admin Center, Board Room   More...

Health

Dull chest pain disturbs me in sleep

DEAR DR. DONOHUE: I'm in my 60s and never had a major illness. I take no medicines. During the past three months, I have been wakened from sleep with a dull pain in the center of my chest. More...

Opinion

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Medicare recipients have decision to make

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

If you have diabetes and are on Medicare, you have an important decision to make in less than one month.  You have probably heard that Medicare is changing the system through which you get your diabetes testing supplies. More...

On the Spot:

“What do you plan on doing for Independence Day?”   More...

Hwy. 98 road upgrades begin

The highway from More...

Body found behind Post Office

Police say no foul play involved

A body of a 31-yearold Pensacola woman was found behind the  Post Office in the city limits on June 18, and police are still investigating the incident, even though it is believed there was no foul play involved.  The body of April Parsons More...

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Island News

Easy come, easy go

The 360 Observation Wheel that arrived on Pensacola Beach last summer is being dismantled for relocation to Atlanta. More...

Explore area’s history

National Seashore’s lecture series begins July 16

How well do you know Pensacola’s history?  Gulf Islands National Seashore Superintendent Dan Brown announced a summer lecture series in cooperation with the Florida Public Archaeology Network at the Fort Pickens Auditorium. More...

Choose your words carefully

She texted an invitation for some friends to come over for pizza. Instead the autocorrect on her iPhone turned a misspelled phrase into an invitation to something that would make Oedipus blush with shame. More...

News

Local seriously injured in I-10 accident

A Gulf Breeze man was seriously injured in an auto accident on I-10 in Walton County on June 21 after he lost control of his SUV which then overturned with a trailer attached. More...

Car parked at GB Hospital burglarized

Gulf Breeze Police Report

Tuesday, June 18  A York Street resident reported theft of an Xbox valued at $300 during the week of June 9.  A license plate was found on the south end of the Pensacola Bay Bridge.  A car parked at Gulf Breeze Hospital was burglarized More...

Suspect identified in Casino Beach slaying

After the Gulf Breeze News went to press on June 18, a man was arrested for the murder of a 34-year-old Milton man found on Pensacola Beach in the early morning hours on June 18.  According to a release issued by the Escambia County Sheriff's De More...

School

Gulf Breeze High releases final nine-weeks Honor Roll

Mr. Jason W. More...

OBES releases fourth nine week A/B Honor Roll

Dawn Alt, Principal, Josh McGrew, Assistant Principal and the staff of Oriole Beach Elementary School congratulate the following students for making the final nine week A/B Honor Roll:   More...

Woodlawn Beach Middle School releases final nine week Honor Roll

Victor Lowrimore, Principal, Will Nowling, Assistant Principal, and the staff of Woodlawn Beach Middle School congratulate the following students for making the final nine-week Honor Roll:  “A” Honor Roll   Eighth Grade  More...

Obituaries

Clara Louise Willis Cribb

Clara Louise Willis Cribb, 88, died at The Blake in Gulf Breeze, Fla., Saturday, June 22, 2013.  Louise was born in Alexander City, Ala. on December 10, 1924 and lived much of her life in her beloved Alexander City. More...

John A. Gunn

John A. Gunn, 82, of Gulf Breeze, FL passed away on Monday, June 24, 2013.  Services will be held at a later date. Rose Lawn Funeral Home is handling arrangements.   More...

Mary Beth Keane

1946-2013

Beth Keane, age 66, of Gulf Breeze was surrounded by love when she left this earth on Tuesday, June 18, 2013, as a result of metastasized breast cancer .  Waiting to welcome her into heaven are her beloved parents, Mary and Wilson Gilliat and i More...

Home & Garden

‘Practicing’ Medicine

2013 Teen Volunteers at Gulf Breeze Hospital

Each summer, Gulf Breeze Hospital selects a group of teenage volunteers to help perform tasks at the hospital. More...

Casual worship has deep roots

Beach service originally started for campers

Gulf Breeze United Methodist Church has been doing beach worship services since the early 1960’s.  More...

Red Snapper

RED SNAPPER BAKED IN PARCHMENT

During the Red Snapper fishing season, Gulf Breeze News brings you a recipe each week for cooking this delicious fish.  This recipe was contributed by Chef Jesse Sproules of the Sunset Grille at Tiger Point Golf Club in Gulf Breeze.   More...

Legals

Legals

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE  Chapters 83.801-83.809 Florida State Statutes   More...