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Gulf Islands National Seashore Superintendent Dan Brown announced today that the public is invited to join him for an End-to-End Seashore Paddle of the Florida District.
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When the staff at Fresh Start looked out the office window Wednesday afternoon, they were stunned to notice a swarm of bees hovering under a tree.
The U.S. Coast Guard has determined the dredge that struck the Brooks Bridge in March of 2013 had inexplicably been "adjusted and raised" after the barge carrying it negotiated passage beneath the Navarre Bridge.
The fourth annual Finest on the Emerald Coast, brought to you by the Northwest Florida Daily News and its sister papers, will showcase winners in more than 160 categories to help you experience the best the area has to offer.
Gov. Rick Scott, right talks to Amos Davis, left, Christy Davis, and Malik Davis before a press conference in Opa-locka to discuss proposed funding for the Department of Children and Families, Tuesday, April 15, 2014.
Two years ago, 100 Okaloosa and Walton County women formed Impact 100, agreeing that each of them would put-up $1,000 dollars to go to local non-profits.
Gulf Islands National Seashore is inviting the public to join Superintendent Dan Brown on a unique excursion: an eight day paddle trip.
Naples resident David Miller sits with his Bichon Frise named Perki outside the Fifth Avenue Coffee Company while having coffee with friends on Tuesday, June 1, 2010 in Naples.
As temperatures pushed toward 80 degrees, a light breeze kept people from getting too warm.
The Walton County Chamber of Commerce held its monthly Power of Business luncheon April 2 at Baytowne and hosted three power players who talked about the state of development in South Walton, and what's to come.
"Gonna hurt," said Capt. Mike Eller of news that charter boat and recreational fishermen will have only 11 days to reel in red snapper from the Gulf of Mexico this year.
The Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge Zoological Park of Crestview hosts the inaugural Easter Egg-StravaganZoo from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 12. Activities are free with a regular-priced zoo admission or annual pass and include an Easter egg hunt, decorate an egg for a zoo animal, make-and-take crafts and plant a flower, create an Easter treat and more.