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Trommater, who lives on Okaloosa Island, starts almost every day by walking the beach and picking up litter.
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The last portrait of the Jackson family was taken about two years ago. With five children between the ages of 5 and 13, the family looks a lot different now, mother Angelique Jackson said with a laugh.
The 21-year-old already had seen two of her brothers sent off to fight in World War II with the Navy in the Pacific.
Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and Walton counties received good news Friday when the Natural Resource Damage Assessment Board of Trustees doled out $88 million for projects to counties affected by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Officials at the American Institute for Economic Research discovered this week that the score for entrepreneurial activity was incorrect and had artificially improved the area's ranking to fourth instead of 30th as it should have been.
Ask any number of people to name the local airport and you're likely to get an assortment of answers.
Enjoy shopping opportunities from the comfort of your home. Tune in and support The Viking Band in this annual tradition.
A man deeply woven into the history of Choctawhatchee High School and the Fort Walton Beach area has passed away.
Holiday music will fill venues across the Emerald Coast this season, from schools and restaurants to civic auditoriums and churches.
I was looking forward to the Fort Walton Beach Christmas Parade. Since my sons are all grown up now, it had been a while since I had the pleasure of enjoying this holiday treat.
It's hard to believe that the holiday season is upon us once again. This year I decided to add biscotti to my holiday lineup.
A 41-year-old woman was taken by ambulance to Fort Walton Beach Medical Center after suffering injuries from jumping off the Brooks Bridge.
Richard Vaughn, who already faces life in prison, was convicted Wednesday and sentenced to life without parole for breaking into a mobile home on Carmel Drive in January 2012.
Local disc jockey Craig "Scratch" Allen will rise in a cherry picker today in Walmart's parking lot armed with just a Port-o-Potty, tent and bucket.