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After an 11th-hour turn of events that saw Apalachicola ending its 15-year partnership with WastePro, and awarding its five-year exclusive garbage contract to its competitor, trash collection has …

An uncommon clergyman

Trinity bids farewell to retiring pastor

From the beginning, Eric Zile was an unusual fit to pastor Trinity Episcopal Church, a contrast made sharper when on the very first time he preached to the Apalachicola congration, he took more than …

A Nashville, Tennessee family is looking for answers as they await the report by the chief medical examiner as to why their loved one perished June 13 in the Apalachicola River. Stephen Wayne …

There’ll be two new administrators overseeing Franklin County’s two public schools, as the principals at Franklin County School and the Apalachicola Bay Charter School each decided to …

It’s one of the county’s oldest volunteer groups, dating more back than 125 years, and while it’s understandably graying, it’s not lost its vision, and is still listening …

A boil water notice that has affected Apalachicola water users for nearly two weeks was lifted Wednesday after all the required sampling of Well #7 and of the distribution system came back wiuth no …

The Owl Café and Tap Room have been sold to a hospitality and restaurant group that has expanded in recent years, with a presence that includes several other local restaurants and …

The legacy left by the late dance teacher Pam Nobles is alive and well, with the emergence of a successor program to her dedicated work for more than four decades. The Forgotten Coast Performing …

A one-car accident early Monday morning in downtown Apalachicola that flipped over the vehicle has sent an Apalachicola man via helicopter to Panama City. According to Apalachicola Police Chief …

The Willoughby Marks American Legion post 106 will host a Memorial Day service. The service will start at 10 a.m. this Monday, May 30, and will be held at the Three Servicemen Statue Detail in …

Camp Moving Education is returning this summer. The brainchild of Frenchy Haynes, a dance instructor from New York City who has moved to Apalachicola, the camp debuted last year and was a big …

If you’ve seen a bear lumbering through backyards in Apalachicola, your eyes are not deceiving you. The report of a nice-sized Florida black bear was first called in to the Apalachicola …

Three years after an $8 million grant from Triumph Gulf Coast Inc. went towards finding a solution to the oyster decline in Apalachicola Bay, Florida State University’s research is beginning to …

It’s going to be four consecutive days of fireworks, in all corners of Franklin County, this Independence Day, as the United States of America celebrates its 246th birthday. A newly …

The Holy Family Senior Center Saturday morning bustled with a community health fair, its attendees taking in information on everything from chronic illness to mental health to end-of-life …

At a special ceremony at the Apalachicola Class Boat and Car Show April 16, the Apalachicola Bay Chamber of Commerce renamed its annual Lifetime Volunteer Award in honor of the late Nancy Hodgson. …

Two Apalachicola women have been arrested for trafficking in methamphetamine, after Franklin County narcotics deputies seized a large quantity of the drugs Monday afternoon. Bailey Adaire Lee, 25, …

 The Florida Department of Health in Franklin County has issued a rabies alert for Franklin County in response to a fox that tested positive on Tuesday, April 19. An individual was attacked and …

How loud is too loud when it comes to noise in Apalachicola? That question will be taken up at a city commission workshop this Monday afternoon, April 25 at 4 p.m. as part of a proposed revision …

It was a Saturday of Easter joy as Apalachicola and Eastpoint celebrated egg hunts, and youngsters got in on the fun. The Apalachicola Community Easter Egg Hunt returned to its traditional format …

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