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The Florida State University College of Business is mourning the passing of E. Ray Solomon, the college's longest-serving dean, who died Jan.
Carrabelle strikes deal for City Hall Apalachicola Times
Carrabelle should have a new City Hall by the end of the year, after city commissioners earlier this month unanimously approved a construction company for the ...
Carl Whaley Apalachicola Times
My name is Carlton “Carl” Whaley and I am a resident of Carrabelle. I attended Franklin County schools and graduated from Carrabelle High School in 1986.
UPDATE: Alligator Point worst, other county areas hit too Apalachicola Times
UPDATE: 1:48 P.M. While Alligator Point was hardest hit, there was also serious damage in other areas of the county. Dog Island resident Terri Cannon said ...
Northwest Florida Irma Updates My Panhandle
This is an ongoing list of important information for Northwest Florida residents during Hurricane Irma. We will update it as new information becomes available.
Mack Novak Apalachicola Times
Arthur Mack Novak, 57, died Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015 in Carrabelle. Mack was born Nov. 17, 1957 in Port St. Joe, to Thomas Vincent and Margaret Loyce Tucker ...
Sanders to run for county judge next year Apalachicola Times
Local attorney Barbara Sanders has filed her intent to seek the office of Franklin County Judge, in hopes of succeeding County Judge Van Russell, who has ...
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