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Remembering Cody

Vincent Long, manager of Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate, Gulf Breeze Office and his agents, present a check for $3,200 to Nina Cobia of Gulf Breeze, President of The Cody Foundation for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.   More...

A great cause for children

Tim Buttell and Dawn Leininger with Peoples Home Health Care with the Offerdahl Family, Nels, Aubrey and Abby at the second annual fundraiser for the Ashley Lauren Offerdahl Endowment for the Children’s Home Society.   More...

Halloween in Santa Rosa Shores

Halloween was a fun night for young and old on Sunset Ln. In Santa Rosa Shores.  Neighbors from the community gathered with their families and ate, went trick or treating on a hayride and enjoyed a beautiful Halloween night.   More...

News

GBPD gives active shooter presentation

Councilman David Landfair complimented Officer Stan Pagonis of the Gulf Breeze Police Department (GBPD) on his active shooter presentation given on Wednesday, Nov. 2 at the Gulf Breeze High School (GBHS) library. More...

Why did the marsupial cross the bridge?

To get to the other side, of course!

Gulf Breeze Police issued a Nixle alert Thursday morning at 7:23 a.m. that stated, “We are aware that there is an opossum on the Pensacola Bay Bridge. More...

Calendar of Meetings

Thursday 17  Architectural Review Board 6:30 p.m., Gulf Breeze City Hall, Council Chambers, 1070 Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze  Impact of Pensacola Bay Bridge on Deadman’s Island Committee 9:00 a.m., Gulf Breeze City Hall, 1070 Shoreli More...

Obituaries

John Adkison

John Adkison, 68, passed away on November 10, 2016, after a brief illness.  More...

Business

Don’t let low rates sink your retirement plans

Over the past few years, if you’ve taken out a mortgage or another consumer loan, you’ve probably welcomed the low interest rates you may have received. More...

Health

Bald spot on cheek? Get thyroid checked

DEAR DR. ROACH: Six months ago, I noticed a “bald spot” on my right cheek. It is round and about the size of a 50- cent piece. I’ve never had this problem before, even though I am going bald. I am generally healthy. More...

Opinion

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FBI Director made Trump president

FBI Director James Comey, Republican, made Donald Trump President of the United States. He did it a week before Election Day when he told the US Congress and the voters that he and his FBI team were reopening the Hillary Clinton e-mail case. More...

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Council unhappy with golf managers

Tiger Point Golf Course is once again a hot topic among city residents and officials; no longer regarding a conditional use agreement but rather this time for health violations that resulted in the temporary closure of the club’s restaurant.&nb More...

School board seeks special election for half cent sales tax

Santa Rosa County Commissioners reviewed a request from the Santa Rosa County School Board at last week county committee meeting for a special election in March.  More...

Events

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Island News

Pensacola Beach Pier restaurant will add 2 floors

Mike Pinzone, manager and operator of the Pensacola Beach Fishing Pier, received final approval last Wednesday at the Santa Rosa Island Authority board meeting for his conceptual design for adding two more levels to the Casino Beach Bar and Grill.&nb More...

Entertainment

‘Denial’ - a compelling Holocaust story, dully executed

The movie “Denial” is a perfectly decent, serviceable bit of Oscar-bait. More...

All aboard the Polar Express!

The magic of “The Polar Express” pulls into the National Naval Aviation Museum for the first-ever ‘Polar Express’ pajama party this holiday season. The Polar Express will screen at 3 p.m. More...

Celebrate the Elf Parade on Black Friday

Get into the true holiday spirit on Black Friday and watch hundreds of children follow Santa Claus on a parade through downtown Pensacola Nov. 25. More...

School

GBHS students say ‘Giving’s a Breeze!’

Gulf Breeze High School (GBHS) students and members of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), William Welch and Keegan Luchsinger, presented at last Monday night’s city council meeting, a better way to raise awareness of homelessness and gi More...

Sports

So close...

Touchdown with 6.8 seconds left gives Tate 42-38 win

Gulf Breeze’s Region 1-6A Quarterfinal game with Tate was made possible by a last second win over Navarre two weeks ago.  But on Friday, they were on the other side.  The Tate Aggies’ Shermari Jones scored on a 1-yard run with 6 More...

GBHS quartet runners up at state swim meet

Anchor leg Davis also takes third in 50 yard freestyle; team finishes ninth

Senior Anthony Davis capped off a stellar GBHS swim career by anchoring the 200 yard freestyle relay to a state runner up finish at the 2A state meet Saturday in Stuart.  Davis, along with Owen Sise, Justin Fruitticher and Alex Hernandez, finish More...

Bulldogs bite all the Gurus last week

Last week was one of the rare times this writer didn’t have to change the headline on this story.  The previous week, it was Mississippi State. Last week, it was Georgia’s upset over Auburn that tripped up each of the Gurus.  More...

Home & Garden

Gulf Breeze Will Do plans a series of social gatherings

As the members gear up for another year of helping their community, Gulf Breeze Will Do is planning a series of social gatherings to mingle and introduce potential members to the woman's philanthropy. More...

Bring your toys to the Holiday Parade Dec. 3

Gulf Breeze Optimists, Junior Optimists and the U.S. Marines will collect toys from the parade route. Collection boxes will also be placed around Gulf Breeze.   More...