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History is replete with stories of sages. These individuals have attained wisdom far beyond the level of the common man or woman.As such, these special people are able to see into the future and …

Franklin County celebrated Easter in fine fashion, with everything from an Easter egg hunt at the sheriff's office and one at Paddy's Raw Bar, to Bunny Hop Bingo in downtown Apalachicola, to a …

The ample rainfall recently has accelerated the return of greenery to Franklin County. The slow, steady drizzle was punctuated by the occasional downpour. The many native plants have, in …

What if the houses in Apalachicola could talk? What stories would they tell? The Apalachicola Area Historical Society invites you to come find out, by viewing storyboards posted in front of about …

Our fifth and final Sparkle baby, Emery Grace Sparks, was born Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021 at 1:22 p.m. at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare. She weighed 9.13 ounces and was 20.5 inches long. …

Khloee Olivie Elaine Moses turns 4 on Friday, March 5. Khloee is the daughter of Chandler Moses and Katie Lawlis, and the Bonus Daughter of Matt Lawlis, of Apalachicola.  Khloee, we all, …

Alishia Hendels Piotrowski, Ed.D, has been named assistant dean for the Dedman College of Hospitality at Florida State University. A 2004 graduate of Carrabelle High School, she is the daughter …

Ina Longway turned 96 on Wednesday, Feb. 17, and on Friday, Feb. 26, she returned from Tennessee to the Cape St. George Light with her family. Ina has been climbing the lighthouse as an annual …

Rick and Krystal Hernandez are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Shiloh Jane Hernandez. Shiloh was born Saturday, Feb. 21, 2021 and was 7 pounds, 7 ounces and 19.5 inches long. …

Peyton Xavier Lamar Nobles turns 7 years old on Thursday, March 4, 2021 He’s the son of Naikycia Mitchell and Kwame Walker, and brother of Purity Myers and Kyra Nobles. He will …

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and UF/IFAS Extension - Florida Sea Grant have partnered to implement an innovative community-driven effort to restore scallop populations, …

It's been two decades serving the planning and zoning needs of Franklin County, and for that the county is grateful. Earlier this month, the county presented Amy Ham-Kelly with a mantel …

Hendrix is turning 5 on Saturday, Feb. 20. He is the son of Faith and Kirk Lynch, of Apalachicola. They own the Apalachicola Chocolate and Coffee company where Hendrix enjoys sharing treats with …

Having a distinctive and easily identifiable physical feature can quickly prove to be a beneficial resource. This visible trait makes it easy for the viewer who encounters the notable personality to …

All botanical signs indicate Spring 2021 will begin in a few weeks. Plants are budding all over Franklin and Gulf County, with a notable exception. Many redbay trees remain in what appears to be …

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) will meet virtually Feb. 25 and 26 beginning at 9 a.m. ET each day. The meeting will be held virtually due to COVID-19 coronavirus …

The benefits of volunteering can be enormous. If you are looking for a cause to get involved in, Elder Care Community Council of Franklin County, ECCC, needs you. All it takes is one hour a week, …

Someone’s turning 40, an age that used to be Way past prime, but 40 isn’t old if you are a tree. And 40 isn’t old for a rock, a relic, or a piece of chert. But for some …

We have longed for this sweet child for many, many years. God has faithfully answered our prayers. On Oct. 2, 2019, Michael and Sherry White, of Eastpoint, picked up a beautiful newborn baby girl …

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