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Attempted murder charge dismissed

The State Attorney’s Office has dismissed attempted murder charges against Andre Snowden, 34, who was arrested in connection with a shooting that happened March 18 on South Warner Avenue. In…

County may join coalition to pool regional resources

As the Taylor County Commission continues to look at the problem of homelessness in the county, the board is considering joining the Big Bend Homeless Coalition, through which they hope…

Enterprise Zones: key tool in jeopardy?

Taylor County could soon lose an important tool in its economic development efforts which brings in hundreds of thousands of dollars in incentives to local businesses each year. At this…

Chaney crowned MoonPie Princess

Chaney crowned MoonPie Princess

What’s three feet tall and has attitude to spare? The 2015 MoonPie Princess and members of her court! Taylor County’s sweetest pint-size royalty was crowned during ceremonies held Saturday, March…

City approves policy for limited alcohol service by non-profits

The Perry City Council has approved an application packet for non-profit groups to receive special permits that would allow limited access alcohol service for events such as fund-raisers, dinners, auctions,…

Reef additions continue off Taylor’s coast

The Taylor County Commission is moving forward with the latest enhancement to the county’s artificial reefs. At their March 17 meeting, the commissioners unanimously agreed to accept a bid from…

$40 million capital plan unveiled for GP plant here

The Foley Leadership Team (FLT) is working closely with GP Cellulose Manufacturing Leadership to finalize the Foley Cellulose Mill’s 2015 Capital Plan, which includes more than $40 million in significant…

Couple charged with attempted murder, robbery

A Steinhatchee husband and wife were charged with attempted murder Wednesday for a bloody and violent attack on a 66-year-old Tennille resident that happened in the early morning hours of…

Weather station features real-time data streaming

Weather station features real-time data streaming

Taylor Technical Institute (TTI) received a free weather station Wednesday which will be used in student curriculum as well as provide real-time weather data to the general public. The station…

Does city ‘workshop’ skirt facility rental fee?

By consensus, the Perry City Council agreed Tuesday to allow Councilwoman Shirlie Hampton to advertise a town hall meeting for her district as a city-related workshop, thus circumventing the need…