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Council moves ahead with street paving projects

The City of Perry will begin tackling a lengthy “wish list” of street paving, setting aside some $400,000 for more than a dozen resurfacing projects. Officials were forced to whittle…

Man high on ‘spice’ vows he will ‘make Perry famous’

Two additional incidents linked to spice (synthetic cannabis) have been reported in the city and law enforcement officials continue to warn the public to beware. The first incident occurred Thursday…

Williams responds to candidate questions

Two weeks after a political forum was hosted by the development authority and chamber of commerce, City Dist. 4 candidate Mary Williams has submitted her response to questions posed during…

21st annual Chamber Golf Scramble

21st annual Chamber Golf Scramble

The 21st annual Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce Golf Scramble “was a success,” raising more than $6,000 for the organization, Director Dawn Taylor announced Tuesday. Some 16 teams took part…

Roberts Aman Road next for paving?

With work continuing on the resurfacing of Red Padgett Road, the county is preparing for a number of other upcoming paving projects. County Engineer Kennth Dudley said this week the…

Help fill the calendar!

The Taylor County Historical Society will publish a 2015 historical calendar and invites local civic organizations to include their meeting schedules on them. “If your organization would like to be…

Mandalay to get $240,000 facelift

The Taylor County Commission has begun advertising for bids for improvements to the Aucilla River’s Williams Fish Camp Landing boat ramp, more commonly referred to as the Mandalay boat ramp.…

County seeking $50,000 for park improvements

The Taylor County Commission has agreed to submit an application to the Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program (FRDAP) for a $50,000 grant to fund improvements at Steinhatchee Community Center Park.…

Ready for Election Day

Ready for Election Day

On Friday, Aug. 1, Supervisor of Elections Dana Southerland and staff held the public logic and accuracy test on each piece of voting equipment implementing all the ballot styles that…

Early voting opens Aug. 11

While two and a half weeks remain until the Aug. 26 primary election, early voting begins Monday, Aug. 11. Early voting will take place in the Supervisor of Elections Office…