• Cops make felony meth arrest

    Deputies with the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office were on routine patrol around 11 p.m. on Tuesday when a vehicle was observed with a minor traffic violation. The stop occurred at 5346 Stewart Street in Milton. The vehicle had a brake light which was not in operation. “These traffic stops appear to be minor in … read more

  • Utility officer resigns over transparency issues

    The Holley-Navarre Water System Board of Directors, immediately following their regularly scheduled April 17 meeting, held a closed session during which decisions were made that prompted three board members to walk out in protest, citing a lack of transparency. Additionally, HNWS Vice President Will Goulet, one of the protesters, resigned his officer position but will … read more

  • Wife busts trailer window and ends up in jail

    Rhonda Lee Crenshaw, 47, of the 1900 block of Serosa Drive in Navarre, was booked April 16 on a count of battery domestic violence after cops say she attempted to stop her husband from leaving in his vehicle by getting into a physical altercation with him. Crenshaw told police she had gone to a trailer … read more

  • Building Homes for Heroes to dedicate Navarre home for Gold Star family

    The family of Army Staff Sergeant Mark De Alencar, who died fighting enemy forces in Afghanistan, will receive a home through the Building Homes from Heroes Program. A June 13 dedication ceremony is planned for the new Navarre residence. CMSgt (Ret.) Scott Delveau, director of development for the Air Force Enlisted Village, announced the news … read more

  • Healing Paws for 4 Warriors helps heroes

    Pictured left to right are Greater Navarre Area Chamber of Commerce CEO TJ Goulet and Healing Paws for Warriors alumni Matthew Rumple with his service dog, Scout, and Louis Orrie with his service dog, Becker. A local nonprofit organization which pairs post-9/11 combat veterans with rescued and trained ADA-certified service dogs on Tuesday made a … read more

  • State announces 40-day red snapper season

    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and Governor Rick Scott today announced a 40-day recreational red snapper season for both Gulf state and federal waters. A 24-day season was originally proposed. Gov. Scott said, “Florida is a premier fishing destination and saltwater fishing in the Gulf of Mexico has a $7.6 billion economic … read more

  • Navarre native earns his wings onboard NAS Whiting Field

    Lt.j.g. Tyler Mayor (center) with his family, left to right, his sister, Kaitlyn, father, retired SMSgt Robert Mayor, girlfriend, Mical Wahl, mother, Lisa Mayor, niece, and brother, Robert Mayor, onboard NAS Whiting Field on Friday April 13, 2018. Photo by Lt.j.g. Luke Rague, NASWF Public Affairs Staff. Lt.j.g. Tyler Mayor, earned his Wings of Gold … read more