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Later, gator

Taylor Sansom snapped this photo of an alligator hanging out in the sound behind her parent’s Deer Point home…. To read a complete story, pick up an edition or subscribe online to the Gulf Breeze News. Username or E-mail Password Remember Me     Forgot Password

Marker is returned

The marker first noticed missing by Sean Fell was returned to its home in the median at the intersection of Hwy. 98 and Fairpoint Drive…. To read a complete story, pick up an edition or subscribe online to the Gulf Breeze News.

Driver clocked at 112 on Bay Bridge

SchraderMonday, May 7 • Burglary of an unlocked vehicle at Sunchase condominiums • 9:16 p.m.: A traffic stop for speeding 112 mph on Pensacola Bay Bridge, then 60 mph in front of school and finally 86 headed to beach led to the arrest of the driver, Andrew Schrader, 48, of Pensacola Beach for DUI. Tuesday, May 8 • 10:41 p.m.: […]

Descendents want new bridge to honor Beall



Beall Sr.Approaching the Pensacola Bay Bridge, you may see the engraved words or sign stating “PHILIP D. BEALL MEMORIAL BRIDGE” and wondered, who is that, and why is his name on the bridge? Back in the early 1900s, Philip Beall (pronounced BEEL) was one of the first attorneys in Pensacola. He served as a Florida State Senator and became President […]

Take steps to control your investment taxes

 Tax Season is finally over. Of course, how much you pay in taxes depends on a variety of factors, many of which you can’t control, but you might give some thought to how you can manage your investment related taxes. Here are some suggestions to consider: Contribute to your employer’s retirement plan.If your employer offers a 401(k) or similar plan, […]

Sheriff to to ‘temporarily fix’ overcrowding at SRC Jail



Santa Rosa County Sheriff Bob Johnson received a green light from county commissioners at their meeting last week in Tiger Point to go ahead with retrofitting the old work release building near the county jail for inmate housing. This is being recognized as a “temporary fix” to the jail overcrowding this summer while commissioners work on a larger expansion project […]

In Brief



CHARLESTON, S.C. — Cadets joining the Army upon graduation at The Citadel took their commissioning oath on Friday, May 4, in McAlister Field House. The cadets were officially sworn in as officers during the South Carolina Corps of Cadets commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 5. Eric Larsen of Gulf Breeze is one of more than 100 Army officers commissioned in […]

GB Publix on lockdown Saturday




Taylor Brown, 25, of Tifton, Ga., was arrested Saturday afternoon at the Publix parking lot by Gulf Breeze police for shooting a gun from the car he was in. Customers in Publix were on a brief lock down, although no other businesses were affected, and there were no reports of property damage or injuries. Four suspects were in the car, […]

In Brief

Day of Service is June 2 SAFER Santa Rosa is organizing a community wide Day of Service on June 2. The intent is to get as many individuals and organizations doing a service in the community at the same time as possible. Get involved with your community with Day of Service. What can you do? Commit now to be involved […]

DQ is coming soon

Glenda Caudle |Gulf Breeze News Steven Nabors and Lisa Jones, assistant managers for the new Dairy Queen being built in Gulf Breeze, were looking for service personnel and employees for the grill and chill areas recently at the new location. They say they have been through several months of training with the franchise that is opening the business and hope […]


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