October 31, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Road work on Hwy. 98 now underway

Crews have already started milling roadway in Navarre up to the zoo. The Gulf Breeze project is expected to finish up around the same time the Navarre side is complete.  Right now, crews will work on the road from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. More...

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Community

FLASHBACKS

1 Year Ago November 1, 2012 More...

Humane Society Rummage Sale

The Pensacola Humane Society will host a mega rummage sale Friday, November 1, and Saturday, November 2, from 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. The sale will take place at 1201 Creighton Road, Pensacola, not at the Humane Society shelter location.  More...

Puppy Love

Howl O Ween contest winners   More...

Entertainment

Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival comes to town

The Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival (GGAF) in historic downtown Pensacola is one of the best-regarded, most popular arts Festivals in the United States. More...

Pensacola Symphony Orchestra presents ‘Beethoven’s Pastoral’

Join the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra and guest baritone Timothy LeFebvre as they explore themes of love and nature with music by Weber, Wagner, Mahler, and Beethoven. “Beethoven’s Pastoral” concert will be held on Saturday, Nov. More...

Get your scare with Halloween events

Festivals & Entertainment

Death and Mourn-ing in the Victorian Period Thursday, Oct. 31, 2 p.m. Historic Pensacola Village  The program will explore Victorian etiquette for mourning. More...

Sports

One for the thumb

Lady Dolphin volleyball captures fifth consecutive district championship

The journey may not have been as smooth as previous ones, but the destination for the Lady Dolphin volleyball team was the same - with another district championship.  More...

Aiming for a title

Freshman Brian Richards, who was the low medalist at last week’s Region 1-2A meet, will look to help the Dolphins win its first state title since 1999 - they played in Howeyin the-Hills Tuesday More...

Turnovers too much to overcome in loss to Catholic

Fumbles allow Crusaders to pull away, 35-7

In the movie ‘Any Given Sunday,’ Al Pacino’s character stressed the importance of fighting for that inch.  That inch went to Catholic on a pair of drives early on before five Gulf Breeze turnovers allowed the unbeaten Crusaders More...

Home & Garden

Women in Business

Crystal Clark

Chef Crystal Clark Exeutive Chef & Director­ Dietary Sevices, The Blake at Gulf Breeze More...

Women in Business

Dr. Samantha Graber

Dr. Samantha Graber Health Strategist, Chiropractic Physician, Nutition Expert, ROXO Wellness More...

Recipe

Halloween Home Brew

COMFORT FOODS MADE FAST AND HEALTHY!  Who said Halloween is only for the “younger set”? Why not host a costume party for your friends?! If you do, be sure to serve this thirstsatisfying beverage. More...

Legals

Legals

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

Halloween goes to the dogs

The Gulf Breeze Dog Lovers hosted their annual Howl O Ween celebration at the GB Dog Park last Saturday. More...

New city fees will impact nonresidents most

Those who take advantage of the city’s recreational services may soon be paying a little more for the privilege, since the city council recently approved to raise the fees for use of the boat launch, summer recreation program, and room rentals. More...

Events

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Island News

Restore funds may be used for drainage, jobs

Santa Rosa County's priorities are environmental impact, tourism and infrastructure

The Santa Rosa County RESTORE Council, entrusted with coming up with reviewing projects to be built with RESTORE ACT monies and fines from the BP Oil Spill of 2010, will have their December meeting at the new Tiger Point Rec Center, behind Walmart. More...

Digital sign may replace event banners

Pensacola Beach may be getting a new reader board, but only if enough beach businesses show support for the sign.  More...

Are you pulling for our team?

I was recently asked whether I was pulling for the Red Sox or the Cardinals. In all honesty, I didn’t really care. In all honesty, baseball has always amused me more than it has intrigued. More...

News

Bere Jewelers reports burglary

Bere Jewelers was the victim of an overnight burglary reported to Gulf Breeze Police on Monday, Oct. 28. The matter is under investigation and details were not available as of press time. More...

Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office Report

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

Due to technical issues on the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s inmate search website, this week’s felony and DUI list will be printed in next week’s issue of the Gulf Breeze News.   More...

Gulf Breeze Fire Report

Information provided by Gulf Breeze Fire & Rescue

During the week of October 21 through October 27, the Gulf Breeze Fire and Rescue responded to a total of 21 calls.  Seven were medical, five public assistance, four motor vehicle accidents, one assist to police, one brush fire, one smoke invest More...

School

National School Lunch Week

During the week of Oct. 14­— 18, the GBHS cafeteria staff, and the district as a whole celebrated National School Lunch week. More...

GBHS AMDT news

The Gulf Breeze High School Academy of Multimedia Design & Technology, led by Heather Renfroe, assisted the high school's Cafeteria staff in decorating the school’s cafeteria for National School Lunch Week in October.   More...

Photo

Gulf Breeze Elementary School second, third, fourth and fifth graders got a quick lesson in bicycle safety last Friday at their annual Bike Fest. More...

Obituaries

Sydney Earl Mix Jr.

11/12/1925­— 10/26/2013

Sydney Earl Mix Jr. died peacefully at a care facility in Gulf Breeze on Saturday, October 26, 2013 from complications of cancer. Syd was born in Shreveport, La. More...

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Meetings

Monday, November 4  City Council Meeting, 6:30 p.m., Gulf Breeze City Hall, Council Chambers   More...

Opinion

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Meat industry a scary thought

Letters to the Editor

I am not scared of all the witches, zombies, and assorted goblins wandering about on Halloween. What really scares me is the meat industry.  More...

Minimum wage gaining ground

Too little, too late minimum wage raises are the next best things to eliminating it for minimum wage opponents.  “If we would have had our druthers,” said Murray Weidenbaum, chairman of President Ronald Reagan’s Council of Eco More...