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County settles with HR director for $250,000

The Taylor County Commission has reached a $250,000 settlement agreement with its soon-to-be former human resources director, who alleged the county discriminated against her because of her gender and age.…

Fire claims 510 acres in Bay

Local firefighters with the Florida Forest Service and Taylor County Fire-Rescue took part in battling a 510- acre wildfire in southern Madison County that was close to threatening almost a…

TCSO warrant team finds suspect hiding under bed

The Taylor County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) warrant team was after one suspect but netted two when members knocked on the door of a home in Agner Acres Friday afternoon, March…

Sweet as Pie

Sweet as Pie

Lainey Lovett’s smile nearly split her face in half and lit up the stage as she stood clutching an over-sized trophy in one hand and a pink rose in the…

Main Street folds

Thousands of volunteer hours and tens of thousands of taxpayer dollars have been expended in the past six-plus years to re-establish Main Street Perry as a major force in the…

Woman said she needed money

Woman said she needed money

Not wearing a seatbelt cost one Perry woman more than a traffic citation—it led to her arrest on felony drug charges. Taylor County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) Lt. Jimmy Cash and…

Death knell for BioNitrogen?

BioNitrogen, the company which once sought to construct a $300 million urea fertilizer plant in Taylor County and still owes the City of Perry $3 million, may soon sell off…

Light project for Reed Bridge moves forward

Moving forward on a project more than two years in the making, the Taylor County Commission is seeking bids to install lights on the Capt. Chad Allen Reed Sr. Memorial…

Williams honored

Williams honored

Riders from Florida’s Fallen Officers Foundation were in Perry Wednesday to honor the late Scott Williams, the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) deputy killed in the line of duty in…

Derelict eyesore finally removed?

Derelict eyesore finally removed?

The Louisa may soon be finally on her way out of the Steinhatchee River, where the 40-ton vessel has spent years moored and for the past six months run aground.…