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It was as nice a sky, and as brutal a heat, as can be imagined in north Florida in mid-June, but the girls and young women were up for playing ball. At last weekend’s Dixie Youth Softball …

Frank Mathes, a longtime Carrabelle city commissioner, passed away last week at the age of 87. Known for his brusque tongue, he served as a colorful voice on the commission for more than two …

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 …

After a more than five-hour meeting, Carrabelle commissioners approved May 5 a final site plan for a new Family Dollar/ Dollar Tree store in the heart of downtown, a project that drew both heightened …

A Friday morning crash in Eastpoint has blocked U.S. 98. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, troopers were dispatched at 11:08 a.m. anmd arrived at 11:22 a.m. The FHP report says the crash …

A divided Carrabelle Planning and Zoning board last week approved sending over to the city commission revised plans for a Family Dollar store in the heart of the city  The 3-2 decision sets …

A 23-year-old Douglasville, Georgia man was killed early Sunday morning when he was thrown from his motorcycle while coming off the bridge into Carrabelle. At about 1:30 a.m. Sunday morning, the …

The Carrabelle harbor and river will be the site Saturday for the 31st annual Carrabelle Riverfront Festival, featuring family-friendly activities, live music, arts and craft, and food …

John Powers has been on the job as Carrabelle’s new postmaster since just before Thanksgiving, but on Wednesday morning, March 30, it was made official before God and country. At an oath of …

A 33-year-old food service employee at Franklin Correctional Institution has been arrested for smuggling into the prison carefully-packaged cocaine in what authorities say was intended for …

The Carrabelle History Museum will host the Carrabelle Culture Crawl this Saturday, March 19, from 10 a.m. to 3 pm., a free cultural event that celebrates the art, music, history, food, and fun the …

Five-year-old Charlie Shiver was more interested in playing with the small paper plane handed out from the Carrabelle-Thompson Airport’s courtesy car than eating candy thrown from the many …

Seven years after it burned down on Mother’s Day, the Carrabella “pirate ship” on the grounds of the Crooked River Lighthouse is coming back to life as a multi-purpose …

The Carrabelle History Museum will present a “History of the Turpentine Industry in North Florida” this Saturday, Feb. 12 from 10 a.m. to noon in the upstairs room at C-Quarters Marina in …

Carrabelle’s fervent wish for a pharmacy to serve the eastern half of the county could soon be granted. In providing an annual report to county commissioner Dec. 14, Jim Coleman Jr., chief …

THIS IS ONE OF THE TOP 10 IN '21 STORIES It looks like Carrabelle will be getting a dollar store in the heart of a downtown some residents want to have preserved as historic. And they’re …

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