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  • Serenity Now: Apalachicola offers flavors of Florida's past

    Serenity Now: Apalachicola offers flavors of Florida's past
    Tiny Apalachicola is often overlooked by Florida visitors lured by the state's bigger tourist draws such as Disney World, South Beach and Key West. Getting here isn't as easy as getting to the tourist hotspots. The closest commercial airports are a two-...
  • Great white shark caught, released in northwest Florida

    Great white shark caught, released in northwest Florida
    Gabriel Smeby felt like he was touching history. Awe enveloped the group as Smeby and two Dark Side Sharkers partners, Derrick Keeny and Kyle Register, pulled in the 9-foot, 8˝-inch great white shark while fishing from the beach, but now they were...
  • Spring breakers in Panama City may get OK to drink until 4 a.m. at bars

    Spring breakers in Panama City may get OK to drink until 4 a.m. at bars
    PANAMA CITY— Commissioners in Panama City have endorsed a 4 a.m. closing time for bars during spring break even though bars in Bay County and nearby Panama City Beach shut down at 2 a.m. The ordinance passed 3-2 on Tuesday. The News-Herald of...
  • Panama City: Keep bars open until 4 a.m. for spring break

    Panama City: Keep bars open until 4 a.m. for spring break
    Commissioners in Panama City have endorsed a 4 a.m. closing time for bars during spring break even though bars in Bay County and nearby Panama City Beach shut down at 2 a.m. The ordinance passed 3-2 on Tuesday. The News-Herald of Panama City reports...
  • Panama Canal visit inspires push for Port Everglades expansion

    WASHINGTON — After jouncing in a van across a vast construction site at the Panama Canal, South Florida Congresswoman Lois Frankel returned to Capitol Hill this week convinced more than ever that Port Everglades needs to widen and deepen its...
  • Law enforcement ready for Panama City Beach spring break

    Panama City Beach is gearing up for the annual onslaught of spring breakers. The Bay County Sheriff's Office and the Panama City Beach Police Department have extra money in their budgets to cover anticipated over-time costs of additional spring break...
  • 2 new airlines begin flying of out Panama City Beach airport

    Two new airlines will be flying out of the Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport near Panama City Beach. Officials last week finalized agreements with United Airlines and Silver Airways. United will start offering flights Thursday on United...
  • Law enforcement ready for Panama City Beach spring break

    Law enforcement ready for Panama City Beach spring break
    Panama City Beach is gearing up for the annual onslaught of spring breakers. The Bay County Sheriff's Office and the Panama City Beach Police Department have extra money in their budgets to cover anticipated over-time costs of additional spring break...
  • Couple sleeping in trash bin rescued from garbage truck

    A homeless couple and their puppy are safe after being dumped into a garbage truck as they slept in a Panama City trash bin. Police say a garbage truck driver called for help Tuesday. He says he had emptied the bin and was on his way to the next stop...
  • Couple sleeping in trash bin rescued from garbage truck

    Couple sleeping in trash bin rescued from garbage truck
    A homeless couple and their puppy are safe after being dumped into a garbage truck as they slept in a Panama City trash bin. Police say a garbage truck driver called for help Tuesday. He says he had emptied the bin and was on his way to the next stop...
  • Nautical Ventures Group expands overseas

    Nautical Ventures Group expands overseas
    When the Great Recession pummeled the yachting industry in the U.S., South Florida's Nautical Ventures Group got creative and began exporting repossessed boats, capitalizing on a manager's knowledge of the marine scene in French-speaking nations. Now...