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Making his mark for veterans

Former Marine walks to raise awareness for veteran’s affairs

Forrest Gump has nothing on Eddie Gray. The Montana man has walked over 6,000 miles for a solid six years—and he’s still going. More...

Flashbacks

30 Years Ago July 12, 1984  A brush fire scalded 40 acres of land behind the East Bay Bridge Park. Summer temperatures consistently stayed over 90 degrees.  20 Years ago July 14, 1994   More...

GRADUATING CLASS ON FIRE

Midway Fire Academy Class 012 celebrated after receiving their certificates of completion earlier this month. A total of 12 students graduated from the program, which began on January 2. More...

News

Man arrested for shooting at vehicle, home

A Gulf Breeze man was arrested on June 26 and charged with one count of discharging a firearm in public, two counts of shooting into a vehicle and one count of felony criminal mischief over $1,000 after the Florida Department of Law Enforcement deter More...

Health Department still closed

As of now, the Florida Department of Health South Santa Rosa County location is still closed, resulting in the redirection of county residents to the northern location at 5527 Stewart Street in Milton.  More...

GBPD makes explosive arrest

Woman arrested for trying to burn down home with fireworks

A Gulf Breeze woman is behind bars on $110,000 bond after she allegedly pointed fireworks at a home on San Carlos Street and attempted to start a person’s lawn on fire last week.  More...

Home & Garden

The Return of the BLUES

The thrilling U.S. More...

Soundfront home is packed with amenities

This Stunning Gulf Breeze custom waterfront home offers high end features and attention to detail.  Located on the Santa Rosa Sound, enjoy waterfront living with a private boat dock, sunning deck and pool by the water. More...

Spacious, up-to-date home in the heart of Gulf Breeze proper

Live the Florida dream in a four bedroom ranch home with a pool in Gulf Breeze proper.  This beautiful home features an open floor plan that is perfect for entertaining.  Located on high elevation, this house did not flood in the recent sto More...

Legals

Legals

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Florida Department of Transportation Project   More...

Here’s your sign

Hundreds of thousands of tourists depend on one sign to direct them to the beach

As the area’s biggest attraction, Pensacola Beach may lack adequate road signs that could better direct traffic flow from Hwy 98 eastbound to state road 399, better known as Pensacola Beach Boulevard.  More...

Teen to stand trial

The Gulf Breeze teen accused of killing his mother inside her home in the Crane Cove subdivision has been deemed competent to stand trial.  Brandon Aydelott was arrested on Christmas Eve after his mother, Sharon was found beaten and stabbed to d More...

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Island News

Dog may not even know he was lost

Team Miss Mickey rolled in from the Pensacola International Billfish tournament when my beautiful, but distressed, wife called. Apparently our family canine was missing. The kids were panicking. More...

Entertainment

‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ wickedly smart

There are very few, if any, summer blockbusters that require you to watch six other films just to understand every single detail of what’s going on. More...

Don’t Miss ‘Blue Ruin’ playing at the Movies 4 Cinema

Gulf Breeze movie columnist Clay Bloodworth recommends checking arguably this year’s best film, “Blue Ruin.” Starring newcomer Macon Blair, it follows a mysterious beach bum whose quiet life is quickly turned upside down by dreadful More...

Momentum Church to launch Navarre campus

After more than two years of rapid growth in Gulf Breeze, Momentum Church announced that its second campus location will be in Navarre.  More...

Sports

West Florida Wahoos take second at USSSA World Series

The 12-under West Florida Wahoos were one of 22 teams from nine states that competed in last week’s USSSA Global World Series in Orange Beach.  The Wahoos won three and tied one July 2-3 to earn a spot in the Red Bracket (the ­highest of t More...

A hit at the plate and the mound

Lively doubles for first base hit in four years, gets no decision in 4-3 win

In his first two starts for the ­Pensacola Blue Wahoos, Ben Lively has gotten a grand total of one run of offensive ­support. More...

Anglers of all ages participate in GB Sertoma’s Family Fishing Rodeo

The Gulf Breeze Sertoma Club’s 24th annual ­Fishing ­Rodeo, held June 28-29, had just about as many junior anglers as it did adult anglers.  Some of the placers in the ­Junior Angler division would’ve placed - and in some case, won - More...

Opinion

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Beach traffic is a blessing and a curse

Saturday afternoon at about 3:30, I decided to make a trip to Pensacola to do some shopping. I was zipping along westbound on Highway 98 until I saw traffic at a standstill trying to access the beach. More...

Electricity rates are sky high

Letters to the Editor

Readers, electricity rate hikes (30 percent to begin with) are coming due to the President’s Executive Order regarding global warming, climate change and green house gases they alone have determined to be the cause. More...