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After shutting its doors for more than five months as a pandemic has raged, The Joe Center for the Arts will reopen and hosts its annual Members Show 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. Friday.  …

Douse the lights.  That is the universal message coming from local turtle patrols as the sea turtle season transitions from nesting to hatching.  August is the month that …

Another step toward Gulf Coast State College President Dr. John Holdnak’s vision to transform Gulf County into a magnet for drone technology in the …

Port St. Joe commissioners came away from Tuesday’s budget workshop confident in the city’s financial position and the year ahead.  Now comes all the …

A special thanks to the Salvation Army, Carter's Temple Holiness Church Family Elder Brad Johnson, volunteers from numerous community organization, and individuals, over 300 families in Gulf …

The goal is to provide an incentive for businesses to take the extra steps to ensure safe and healthy visits for locals and visitors alike.  “Pledge to Protect” was launched …

After months of discussion and debate, the Gateway Apartments in Port St. Joe will be expanding.  Port St. Joe commissioners, during their regular bi-monthly meeting Tuesday, approved a …

There is a target range for the percentage of positive cases of COVID-19 from any given testing week.  That target is 10 percent or lower positivity rates, which statewide is …

County voters filled two seats and Sheriff Mike Harrison fended off a Republican challenger during Tuesday’s primary election.  The margins were, to say the least, far from …

The Florida Department of Health in Gulf reported today two Gulf County residents who previously tested positive for COVID-19 have died. That brings the total of COVID-19-related deaths in Gulf …

Established by his family in 2018, this $1,400 scholarship is awarded to a graduating senior from Port St. Joe High School who will be attending Gulf Coast State College.  This scholarship is …

Free health assessments and memory screenings are available online and via phone through HealthStreet, a community engagement program at the University of Florida. All services are …

Hurray.  That was Marcy Trahan’s reaction to the announcement this week that The Joe Center for the Arts would be hosting its first in-person exhibit since the onset of the …

The exact numbers are a mystery, but for many that is beside the point: the 2020 recreational scallop season for St. Joseph Bay begins Sunday.  The recreational scallop season for Gulf …

The Port St. Joe Salt-Air Farmers Market is back 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. ET Saturday at City Commons Park adjacent to City Hall at the intersection of Reid Ave. and Cecil G. Costin Sr. Blvd. (State …

Traveling down Treasure Road our next adventure will be a real treat if you are lucky enough to find the namesakes of the road – playing and sliding in a small pond. Otter Slide Road has a …

Students, parents, teachers and administrators take a bit of a leap of faith into the unknown beginning Monday.  Public schools will welcome students back for the first time since …

The economic impact of tourism is $10s of millions  Visit Florida recently provided some hard numbers to the claim that tourism is a major economic driver in Florida.  In Gulf …

Gulf County and the state of Florida continue to see a rise in COVID-19 cases, but positivity rates appear to be stabilizing statewide and locally.  In Gulf County, as of press time, the …

The Gulf County Tourist Development Council invited visitors to explore their new website that launched in late June.    Created with the user experience in mind, the site includes …

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