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Molly Beth Thompson, daughter of Jason and Morgan Thompson, of Eastpoint, was born Friday, June 27 at 4:43 a.m. at Capital Regional Medical Center in Tallahassee.
Two air conditioners, stolen over the weekend from Willoughby Marks American Legion Post 106 in Apalachicola, were uninsured, and will cost at least $5,500 for the post to replace.
The family of Robert Barber is pleased to announce his marriage to Tonya Green on June 28 at Rivercrest Lodge in Apalachicola.
There's no grand and elegant way to put it: Apalachicola busted a move at its third annual July 3 Independence Day celebration like nobody's business.
In this photo from the 1920s, an unidentified gentleman, possible Postmaster Jesse Warren or William Popham himself, is seen posing in front of what appears to be Popham's store on Popham, a poet, author and minister, gained lasting fame as a smooth-talking real estate developer.
In a recent Chasing Shadows article, Exploring the Chapman outhouse, we published a letter from Mrs. Visa Adams to an unknown merchant complaining about an incorrect charge to her name.
County commissioners last week pressed Weems Memorial Hospital executives on the need to expand hospital employee benefits, including a retirement package.
Officers for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission busted fishermen for too many panfish in Gulf County last month.
On Sunday, June 1 at the Crooked River Lighthouse, four local clergy participated in the annual Coastal Blessing service, offering prayers for the safety of the community during the present hurricane season.
Many thanks to local historian Mark Curenton for providing us with many of the answers to last week's questions about the old The former president of the Apalachicola Area Historical Society president wrote the following account after researching the school in back issues of the Times.
A $1,000 reward has been offered for help in solving an April 15 burglary at Leavins Seafood in Apalachicola.
Apalachicola Police Department Capt. Steve James enjoyed a retirement luncheon June 18 at the Battery Park Community Center surrounded by family, friends, city staff and former fellow law enforcement officers.
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Updated: Mon Jul 21, 2014 06:37 pm
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