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Scallop season ends in one week

Scallop season ends in one week

Only one week remains before the 2014 scallop season ends on Wednesday, Sept. 24. Although reported catches were hard to find in the early weeks of the season, many scallopers…

Eye on the horizon…

Eye on the horizon…

Several people reported seeing this waterspout off the coast of Keaton Beach shortly after noon on Monday. The twister lasted around 10 to 15 minutes before dissipating. Thunderstorms have been…

FHP begins aggressive driver ticket campaign

Passenger vehicles and tractor trailers share Florida’s highways every day, but too often aggressive driving habits result in deadly crashes between the two, state law enforcement officials say. The Florida…

BioNitrogen, city close to deal on $220 million plant

Efforts by the Taylor County Commission, Perry City Council and Taylor County Development Authority to entice the West Palm Beach-based BioNitrogen to build a multi-million dollar plant in Taylor County…

Council shoots down repeal of $14.95 sewer maintenance fee

Council shoots down repeal of $14.95 sewer maintenance fee

The Perry City Council’s two new members weighed in on opposite sides of the $14.95 sewer maintenance fee issue brought before them at their very first meeting Tuesday, Sept. 9.…

Details of county’s $45.6 million budget spotlighted

The Taylor County Commission tentatively approved its $45.6 million 2014-15 budget during a public hearing Monday and will return next week to give its final approval. The budget includes a…

Taylor County students on par in ACT scoring

Taylor County students performed right at the state average on the ACT college assessment this past year. According to Superintendent Paul Dyal, results released this week show that local students…

Deming elected mayor

Deming elected mayor

Fellow Perry City Council members elected Mike Deming as mayor Tuesday night. Councilwoman Venita Woodfaulk was named vice mayor. After presiding over his first meeting as mayor, Deming put his…

Surveyors work on future resurfacing project

According to the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), the survey crews seen working along Jefferson Street in Perry recently are preparing for a future FDOT resurfacing project on Jefferson Street…

4 crashes in 4 days

4 crashes in 4 days

Morning traffic was blocked for a short while Tuesday due to an overturned semi-truck at the intersection of County Road 30 and U.S. 19. Bryon Williams, 55, of Perry was…