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Former Port St. Joe track and field coach Scott Gowan wasted little time in adding another Tiger Shark to his Thomas University roster by signing Amani Jones to a scholarship on Friday, June …

Looking for a way to pass the time this weekend? Gulf and Franklin Counties are hosting a variety of fun events for locals and visitors. Don't see your event listed? Have an event you want …

Three days of upcoming gatherings in Port St. Joe will mark the 157th anniversary of Juneteenth, an annual holiday to celebrate the end of slavery in the United States.  On June 19, 1865, …

Those with a Northwest Regional Library System library card can now check out a Real Florida Reader Day Pass that provides free park admission to Florida's state parks.  Library cards are …

Congressman Al Lawson, a Tallahassee Democrat whose district was overhauled as part of the once-a-decade reapportionment process, helped launch this year’s candidate qualifying period Monday by …

On Wednesday, June 8, the Gulf County Senior Citizens Association welcomed a large audience for a program they co-sponsored aimimng to increase awareness of Altzheimer's and Dementia and provide …

Months after the contract between Winterfell Construction Inc. and the City of Wewahitchka for construction of the city’s new firehouse was terminated, the final payment on a generator for the …

Ascension Sacred Heart Medical Group has added two new providers in Gulf County in recent months, which they hope will help address a worsening shortage of medical providers in the …

Domino Demunck has always known that the remains of the old saw and grist mill sat in the stone mill creek just a bit off the road. “Everybody’s always known it was here,” he …

Carol Kent Wyatt has been named the editor-in-chief of four community newspapers owned by Neves Media Publishing. Wyatt reprised the role of editor of the Washington County News and Holmes County …

A waterspout near the shore of Mexico Beach  [cqembed title="Mexico Beach Waterspout" …

Florida's recreational red snapper season will open this Friday, June 17 and run consecutively through July 31. 

As Abigail Taunton looked around at all the friends, family and community members gathered on the children’s home’s property, she couldn’t help but be glad to see such a …

More than 60 children participated in the Pushing P (rogress) program at the Washington High School Gymnasium on Saturday. A good turnout for the event’s inaugural year – organizer …

Wendy Weitzel has been named the new editor of the Port St. Joe Star. Weitzel joined the Star as a journalist in August 2021 and also serves as digital editor for the Star’s parent company, …

Looking to enjoy this weekend's sunny weather? Gulf and Franklin Counties are offering a variety of events for the community to enjoy. Don't see your event listed? Have an event you want included …

Gulf County Sheriff's Department deputies were on the scene a single vehicle accident at U.S. 98 and Cowries Street in Beacon Hill on Friday. According to a release from GCSO, the accident …

Four students from Wewahitchka High School were recognized at the June 7 Gulf District Schools board meeting for obtaining dual industry certification as EKG technicians and phlebotomy …

The Beaches Fire Department's water rescue team resonded to a sinking boat near the Highland View Bridge on Thursday afternoon, according to Gulf County Emergency Management director Matt …

Gulf County’s beach dune restoration project began its second phase last week, tackling the stretch of beach from the County line through St. Joe Beach. Clayton Smallwood, the county’s …

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