August 22, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

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Community

One size fits all

Students at GBHS thought it would only be fitting to dress up their mascot, located just outside of the school, in a GBHS Seniors T-shirt on the first day of school on Monday. More...

United Methodist Church to visit Arcadia Mill

To all the beautiful Talk of the Town friends out there; keep up your Bee – Attitudes. l Bee-busy doing what you love to do. l Bee-True to your dreams and achieve your goals in life. l Bee-Sure to grasp the sweetness of each day. More...

Back to school

For months, the hallways and classrooms inside local schools have been empty. More...

News

Host families needed in Sept.

Six Russian leaders participating in the Open World program will spend September 13-21, in northwest Florida examining transparency and accountability. The Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy Council will host the delegation.  More...

DUI s keep officers busy over week

Four drivers were charged with driving under the influence in the past two weeks.  Tuesday, Aug. 7   Peter Brennan, 25 of Pensacola was charged with DUI at 12:20 a.m.  Saturday, Aug. More...

Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office Report

Information provided by the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office.

Felonies  8/14/2013  Couch, Jordan Adam, W/M, 27, 7000 block of Pro Am Ct., Navarre, vehicle theft   8/17/2013  More...

School

Trivia champs

The Debate Club raised over $5,000 at its first-ever Trivia Night fundraiser on Aug. 10. More...

Box Tops raise $5,000 for GBE

Extreme Couponing is a show that kick started a generation of coupon fanatics. More...

Gulf Breeze High School hires 11 new employees

This week wasn’t the start for 300-plus freshmen, but for 11 employees as well.  The first year Gulf Breeze High employees are as follows:  Sarah Barker – English  Kelley Brown – English/ Social Studies  Jon Cook More...

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Meetings

thursday, august 22  SRC School Board Meeting, School Board & Superintendent’s Office, 9 a.m. More...

Home & Garden

Drama Queen

Meg Peltier’s career comes full circle, back to the theatre

Meg Peltier is best known around Gulf Breeze as the former Gulf Breeze Chamber of Commerce executive Director. More...

Recipe

Loaded Grits

1 lbs Grits 1/2lbs Shredded Cheddar Cheese 3oz. Green Onions 10 Slices of Bacon (cooked and diced) 1/2 gallon of water  More...

Teen puts film knowledge to work in new Gulf Breeze News column

Regular Gulf Breeze News readers may have noticed an emerging movie column on page 3B written by Gulf Breeze High School sophomore Clay Bloodworth. More...

Back to School

Abi Friedland (left), Frances Harpole (center), Elizabeth Bryan (waving) and Graham Marcus (right) were among dozens of GBHS seniors who took limos to school Monday. More...

One vote away

City closer to OK’ing parking ordinance

In contrast to past meetings in which parking ordinance 5-13 was discussed or voted on, very few people attended last Wednesday’s Executive Session and Monday’s City Council Meeting, which was the first public hearing regarding the much d More...

Events

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Island News

Beach renourishment, turtle lighting top SRIA's RESTORE Act requests

The Santa Rosa Island Authority has put its final stamp of approval on a letter to the Escambia County RESTORE Act committee requesting about $35 million in future expected BP RESTORE Act funds. More...

Wounded Warriors bask in local generosity

It was a soggy weekend, but even Wounded Warriors didn’t let that spoil their fun at the second annual Pensacola Beach Warrior Hook-Up event.  AHERO Foundation brought in 15 Wounded Warriors to give them a stress-free mini vacation from Au More...

Sandshaker pelican birdnapped

A Pensacola Beach icon was stolen, and later recovered by Santa Rosa County deputies who saw the iconic head sticking out of a car driving down Highway 98 in Navarre.  More...

Entertainment

BonFest Returns to Pensacola

A Japanese festival of music, dancing, crafts and food

A taste of summer fun from old Japan will be coming to the Bayview Community Center from noon to 4 p.m. this Saturday. BonFest Pensacola 2013 is based on the Obon Festivals of Japan, which celebrate family and folk traditions in song and dance. More...

Help support PMA at annual dinner fundraiser

On Thursday, September 26, the Pensacola Museum of Art (PMA) will once again present its premier fundraising event, Suite Soirée — a culinary evening benefiting the artistic, educational and outreach programming of the Museum.  More...

Home and Product Expo returns to Pensacola Bay Center

Coming soon is the 2013 Home & Product Expo, a place to visit to make your home a place where you love to live.  More...

Sports

Tigers looking to earn back stripes

Can Auburn bounce back from worst season in 60 years?

It can only get better in 2013 for the Auburn Tigers, which finished a dismal 3-9 (0-8 in SEC play) last season. The offense couldn’t get first downs or score points. More...

SoundWave to ‘ride bicycles’ this season

Band to rock out to Queen at halftime

While many young people may not be able to appreciate it, their parents sure will.  More...

Looking to break free

Jacob Kubik (right) looks to get away from Cyle London during the Dolphins intrasquad scrimmage Thursday. The Dolphins will play at Tate in a Kickoff Classic tonight at 7 p.m. More...

Health

My shingles is gone, but the pain still lingers

To Your Good Health

DEAR DR. DONOHUE: Two months ago, I broke out in a shingles rash. I had some pain, but not a whole lot. After the rash left, the pain increased, and it’s still there to this day. I would greatly appreciate any suggestions you might make. More...

Opinion

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Military cuts jeopardize our security

Our national security could be in jeopardy if the $500 billion in sequestration defense cuts are implemented. More...

On the Spot:

"Do you think the City of Gulf Breeze and Midway should be annexed?"

“I like things the way they are, but if the people want it then they should get it.” Charlie Kerr Pensacola More...

Legals

Legals

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES   More...