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County receives $536,000 to widen Osteen

Taylor County has received an additional $536,000 from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to widen and resurface Osteen Road. The 1.81-mile project will run from U.S. 98 to Woods…

Cancer ‘not getting the best’ of Relay Youth Chair Nicole Myer

For Nicole Myer, who will serve as honorary youth chair of this weekend’s Taylor County Relay For Life, her journey with cancer began with a headache. Six months later, she…

Opening statements begin in Strickland murder trial

Opening statements begin in Strickland murder trial

Jury selection stretched well into the afternoon with more than 100 prospective jurors coming under scrutiny by prosecutors and defense attorneys alike as the trial for murder suspect Garrett Arrowood…

Mayor says council ‘failed employees’ by not censuring Hampton’s actions

Less than a week after being questioned regarding her interaction with city employees, Councilwoman Shirlie Hampton approached one employee’s mother as well as his wife, and made what they called,…

Proposed resolution outlined pattern of alleged wrongdoing

The censure resolution drafted against Councilwoman Shirlie Hampton details questionable behavior and what might be considered outright violations of the Florida’s Sunshine Laws. The item made the Perry City Councl’s…

Relay For Life is April 23 at Forest Capital

Relay For Life Chair Cyndie All knows you’re busy. She knows there are 101 other events happening this Saturday, April 23. She also knows how hard members of nearly a…

Newman’s quest for answers led her to Mayo Clinic

Newman’s quest for answers led her to Mayo Clinic

With Taylor County’s Relay For Life arriving this weekend, the American Cancer Society has selected Deidra McRory Newman to serve as honorary chair of this year’s event, sharing honors with…

Court rules against Rep. Brown, keeping state’s congressional district map intact

The long-running saga surrounding Florida’s congressional districts appears to finally be over after a three-judge panel for the U.S. District Court in Tallahassee ruled against U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown in…

City turns banker on $4.36 million BioNitrogen loan

The Perry City Council has agreed to purchase the $4.35 million loan taken out by BioNitrogen from Community and Southern Bank (C&S Bank) after the bank declared that the loan,…

Longtime city worker arrested for possession of child pornography

A 29-year city employee has been suspended without pay pending further investigation into his arrest on four counts of possession of child pornography. Edward Carl Pitts, 63, of 471 Leon…