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‘Revenge porn’ leads to charges against Price

A Perry man has been charged with video voyeurism and sexual cyber stalking after allegedly posting on social media a video depicting his ex-girlfriend and him having sex. Akeem Price,…

Mihal murder trial is granted a delay

Mihal murder trial is granted a delay

The attorney representing murder suspect Douglas Lee Mihal, 20, asked for a continuance in his case during pre-trial motions heard Monday by Circuit Judge Greg Parker. “We will not be…

Former TCI worker pleads guilty to money laundering

Former TCI worker pleads guilty to money laundering

A former food service worker at Taylor Correctional Institution (TCI) will serve three years of probation for accepting money from an inmate as payment for drugs she allegedly smuggled into…

DEP reps at Keaton Beach today

As part of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s continued efforts to assist Florida communities and businesses as they work to recover from the impacts of Hurricane Hermine, representatives will…

Fire claims home

An electrical fire, possibly sparked by a surge when power was restored in the Will Clark Road neighborhood Sept. 4, is believed to be the cause of a house fire…

State offers bridge loans for Hermine-affected businesses

Governor Rick Scott has activated Florida’s Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan Program to support small businesses impacted by Hurricane Hermine. The bridge loan program, managed by the Florida Department of…

SHIP funds available for repairs

The Taylor County Housing Program has announced approximately $475,000 in funding is available through the State Housing Initiatives Partnership (SHIP) program for disaster mitigation and recovery for those affected by…

Repairing, re-opening boat ramps ‘a priority’

Just as residents and businesses are cleaning up after Hurricane Hermine, county officials are beginning repairs to public boat ramps as well as cleaning out canals clogged with debris from…

Lapse in services likely for Head Start students, parents

The Taylor County School District’s contract to operate Head Start ends in three weeks and officials are no closer now to knowing what’s next for the program’s 120 students than…

In the dark…

Hurricane Hermine forced much of Taylor County into a standstill, but some things wait for nothing, and state election law is one of them. While many in the community were…