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Women in Business

Women of RE/MAX on the Coast Real Estate Professionals/Community Servants

A broad spectrum of educational and career backgrounds are represented by the ladies at RE/MAX on the Coast. There were previously school teachers, nurses, flight attendants, corporate employees and stay at home moms.  More...

Library to close Nov. 11-12

In observance of Veterans Day, libraries will be closed on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 11 and Nov. 12.  In observance of Thanksgiving, libraries will close at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 23 and will be closed Thursday, Nov. 24 to Saturday, Nov. 26. More...

Navarre Pier adjusts hours for winter

The Navarre Pier, located at 8579 Gulf Blvd., will be adjusting hours to the winter schedule of dawn to half-past dark, beginning on Sunday, Nov. More...


Calendar of Meetings

Friday 04  Gulf Breeze Optimist Club Breakfast 6:45 a.m., Gulf Breeze Hospital Cafeteria  Monday 07  Commissioner Committee 9:00 a.m., Santa Rosa County Administrative Center Board Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton   More...


November 3

1 Year ago this week – 2015   More...

The Arbors breaks ground

On Wednesday, Oct. 26, dignitaries with Superior Residences and The Arbors turn the dirt in preparation for construction of the planned 132-unit, three-story, 133,000-square-foot residential establishment located west of St. More...


ACES class learns business skills

Students make, market and sell items to fellow students

Gulf Breeze Elementary’s 5th grade A.C.E.S. class hosted the A.C.E.S. Expo on September 26th-30th. More...

Fire truck pull

GBMS participated in in Trauma Intervention Program (TIP) of Northwest Florida fire truck pull on Saturday, Oct. 22. Representing GBMS was Mr. Renfroe and family, Mrs. Flowers and family, Beth Ratte' and family, Mrs. More...

A sticky situation

GBMS raised over $1000 for Strides Against Cancer so Mr. Brandon was duct taped to the wall during all three lunches on Halloween.   More...


Jolie Bartolome

Bartolome, Jolie, 19, of Lithia, passed away on October 26, 2016. Jolie was a dynamic, talented, kind, witty person who brought sunshine to the lives of everyone she met. More...

A. Christopher Gonzales Jr.

Chris Gonzales, 68, of Gulf Breeze, passed away peacefully, with his wife by his side, on Sunday, October 9, 2016 at Baptist Hospital in Pensacola. More...


Supremes, the Senate and the Dirty Donalds, Segretti to Trump

OK, the Republicans said when Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia passed away late last winter, we are not going to do our Constitutional work reviewing any nominations President Obama might make because we think the American people should have a vo More...

Political Cartoon

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A twelfth Letter to America

Well the last Presidential debate is over. But apparently “destroy Trump” is still the Lefties and some disgruntled republicans goal. More...

Feds looking into Gulf Breeze 1985 Program

Former mayor and Capital Trust Agency (CTA) Executive Director Ed Gray, III, confirmed that the US Department of Justice is presently looking into allegations previously settled with the US Department of the Treasury as to whether certain prior inves More...

Election is Tuesday

Santa Rosans avoid crowds, vote early

As of press time, 36,288 Santa Rosans had already cast their ballots by mail in ballot, provisional ballot or early voting.  Republicans led the way, casting 23,528 of the votes compared to 7,398 of Democrats and 5,362 of others.  More...



Island News

Improvements begin on U.S. 98 at Hoffman Drive

A safety improvement project on U.S. 98 at Hoffman Drive in Gulf Breeze is scheduled to begin the week of Monday, Oct. More...

Soup’s On, Pensacola

As cool air is forecast to blow into Northwest Florida this weekend, how about a warm bowl of soup to warm yourself? More...

Tiger Point restaurant reopens

A sign stating the restaurant at Tiger Point Golf Club was closed by the Health Department has been removed after measures were taken to correct the deficiencies.  The high priority items were two live, small flying insects in kitchen/ food prep More...


‘Deepwater Horizon’ thrills and educates

In the early 1970’s I remember thoroughly enjoying the lurid horror of disaster films like “The Poseidon Adventure,” “The Towering Inferno” and “Earthquake.” I smiled through the spectacle, the flash and the More...

The Choral Society of Pensacola presents ‘Made in America’

The Choral Society of Pensacola celebrates the variety and vitality of American music with Made in America, the opening concert of its eighty-first season and one of the opening events of this year’s Foo Foo Fest. More...

Journey up for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Q: I really like the CBS summer series “American Gothic.” Will it back next summer? -- Oliver T., via email More...


Cup and crown now reside in Gulf Breeze

Sack in final seconds gives Dolphins 31-28 win over Navarre for first ever Publix Beach Bowl Cup, first district championship in 29 years

In 1989, Rain Man won Best Picture, Dustin Hoffman and Jodie Foster (The Accused) won Best Actor and Actress, as many as 1,000 people were killed in China’s Tiananmen Square and television shows that debuted included “Doogie Howser, M.D.& More...

Lot of splits in Guru picks last week

There were a lot of differing opinions on the many of the Gridiron Gurus picks last week.  Three of the 10 games picked last week went 3-3, while one went 4-2.  More...

Morning drive

GBHS head basketball coach Jarrod Denmon (above) looks on as Luke McHenry looks to drive to the ­basket during the first day of­ practice before school Monday. Left: Patrick Hodges pulls up for a short jumper. More...


Is counting calories ‘old-school’ dieting?

DEAR DR. ROACH: I am a 68-year-old man, 5-feet-10- inches tall and weighing 223 pounds. Last January, my weight was up to 247, so I decided to diet and exercise in order to lose the excess. My goal is to get below 200.  More...

Home & Garden

Nepal will be topic at Gulf Coast Friends meeting

Gulf Coast Friends will meet at LaBrisa Restaurant in Gulf Breeze on Thursday, Nov. 10, at 11 am. The program will have member Jan Kurtz, and her husband Steven, talk about their experience during and after an earthquake in Nepal. More...

Bears spotted in Polynesian Isles

Vickie McLemore submitted this photo of a momma and baby bear on a deck in her Polynesian Isles subdivision canal.  More...

Pensacola Beach Woman’s Club August birthdays:

Lisa Landon, Lisa Sheehy, Sally Goldberger, Sandy Oxford, Carol Barrett and Jeannette Barron.   More...