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GBHS marching band plans fundraiser

Want to win free Whataburger for a year, while supporting your Gulf Breeze High School Marching Band?  Come out on Tuesday, September 10 from 5 to 8 p.m. More...

PSC to host college fairs Sept. 8 and 9

Pensacola State College, in conjunction with the Escambia and Santa Rosa County school boards, will host College Fair 2013.  Representatives from over 100 colleges, universities and technical schools will be available to discuss admission requir More...

TP Community Center coming along

The new Tiger Point Community Center, at the Tiger Point Sports Assn. Park behind Walmart, is on track to be completed by end of October, according to the project manager Jeff Varney. More...


Moped missing after 2 years

The owner of a moped left unsecured at the Santa Rosa Yacht Club back in 2010 called to report it missing on Tuesday, Aug. 30. The moped is valued at $300.  In other news, Gulf Breeze Police responded to these incidents:  Tuesday, Aug. More...

Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office Report

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

Felonies  8/28/2013  Wheeler, James Edward, W/M, 28, 1000 block of Little Duck Circle, Gulf Breeze, larceny, passed forgery  8/29/2013  More...

Gulf Breeze Fire Report

Information provided by Gulf Breeze Fire & Rescue

During the week of August 26 through September 1, the Gulf Breeze Fire & Rescue responded to a total of 15 calls.  Nine were medical, two public assistances, one motor vehicle accident, one smoke investigation, one activated fire alarm, and More...


Dolphins crush Cats in opener

Five different players find end zone in 40-13 win; at Fort Walton Friday

In terms of executing in all three aspects of the game, coach Chris Nemith couldn’t have been happier with his team’s performance Friday - a 40-13 season-opening win over Washington.  But that doesn’t mean he’s satisified More...

Lady Dolphin volleyball off to 3-0 start

BY JASON THOMPSON  Gulf Breeze News   The Gulf Breeze Lady Dolphin volleyball team notched three wins in an many days (including two District 1-5A wins) without dropping a game.  More...

Vandy loss keeps Gurus from going 10-0 in Week 1

A nailbiting loss for Vanderbilt prevented several Gridrion Gurus from going a perfect 10-0 in Week 1.  Grey Burge, Barry Lintner and Tim Payne all went with the­Commodores, who lost a 39-35 slugfest to Ole Miss last week.  Donovan Whibbs a More...


Facilities welcome new physicians

Andrews welcomes Murawski, M.D.   More...

All heartburn meds have side effects

To Your Good Health

DEAR DR. DONOHUE: Is it true that those of us who have to take Prilosec every day are in danger of getting a bone fracture? Should we consider stopping it? -- Anon.  More...

Raynes succeeds Harriman as Senior VP

Baptist Health Care (BHC) announced that after a highly selective national search, BHC has named Scott Raynes as senior vice president of the Gulf Breeze market segment.  Raynes succeeds Bob Harriman, who retired on June 30 after 22 years of ser More...


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The American Jobs Crisis

Letters to the Editor

On any given day, Congress debates cutting entitlement programs versus strengthening them. Programs such as food stamps and supplemental nutrition for women, infants and children are part of the debate. More...

On the Spot:

"Andrew Zimmern will be at next weekend’s Taste of the Beach. What is the strangest thing you’ve ever eaten?"   More...

Bridge hearing set for fall

The wait is almost over.  After nearly seven months of nail biting, the Florida Department of Transportation District 3 office is planning to hold a public hearing “sometime in the fall” for the public to get a glimpse of what could More...

It’s gonna cost you

More fines could be coming for red light camera violators

Those looking to dispute a ticket for running a red light in the City of Gulf Breeze now have an organized avenue to do so, but it can cost them.  More...



Island News

Songwriter Festival returns to Pensacola Beach in October

Each October, Pensacola Beach plays host to some of the World’s most talented songwriters – creating a musical and creative atmosphere unlike any other. More...

Busy Labor Day signals end of summer but September is packed

Fantasia and Keith Sweat attracted a crowd on Labor Day weekend to see the American Idol winner and the rhythm and blues icon perform at the Gulfside Pavilion Saturday night.  That event, coupled with Bamboo Willie's Jamaican Fest and the Pensac More...

SRIA eyes air show in November

Santa Rosa Island Authority is considering a proposal brought to them by a representative from the Morale, Welfare and Recreation office at Pensacola NAS to host a big weekend full of airshows over the Veteran's Day weekend in November. More...


Get your appetite ready for ‘Taste of the Beach’

The Pensacola Beach Chamber of Commerce is busy planning what appears to be one of the biggest beach events of the fall. More...

Award-winning poet leads Monday evening Poetry Lounge

Katherine Nelson-Born, former president of West Florida Literary Federation and awardwinning poet, will lead the fall Poetry Lounge workshop Monday evenings, Sept. 9 – Nov. 4 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. More...

Pensacola Saenger Presents ‘Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory’

As part of the Summer Classic Movie Series, this Saturday, September 7 at 7 p.m., the Pensacola Saenger will be showing the 1971 classic, “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.” Tickets More...


Col. William H. Campbell

(1930 - 2013)

Col. William H. More...

Guy Eubank, Jr.

Guy C. Eubank, Jr., 92, of Gulf Breeze, Fla. passed away on Thursday, August 29, 2013.  Visitation was held on September 4 at St. More...

Rose Marie Rothfuss

Rose Marie Rothfuss, 99, of Gulf Breeze, Fla. passed away on Thursday, August 29, 2013.  Services to be held at a later date.  Rose Lawn Funeral Home is handling arrangements.   More...

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Meetings

Thursday, September 5 North End Tourist Development Committee, 8:30 a.m., Blackwater Heritage Trail Visitors Center  Friday, September 6 Navarre Beach Coalition, 9 a.m., Navarre Visitor’s Center   More...

Home & Garden

Cancer patient fights illness with outpouring of love and support

“Cancer” is a word that most of us are familiar with, whether we’ve been personally diagnosed or simply know someone who has faced such a horrific disease. More...



Blackberries can grow wild in Gulf Coast yards, aggravating gardeners but delighting the chef who picks these delicacies to place in cereal or in desserts. More...

Kitchen vent fan stops working

Q: The vent fan above my stove no longer runs. The light on the vent hood works fine, just the fan is not operating. How can I fix this? -- Lee N., Nashua, N.H.   More...



NOTICE OF REVOCATION TO: Charles Robert Woerner NOTICE OF REVOCATION Case No.: 136665-13-AG Milton, Florida   More...