Saturday Jul 26
Three departments battle Apalachicola blaze
Three of the family dogs may have perished in the fire, that was reported about 3:41 p.m. at the home of Charles and Tammy Taunton, 55 25th Street.
News Briefs July 24, 2014
Habitat for Humanity will host a dedication ceremony for its fourth house on Sunday, August 3 at 2 p.m. Please join us as we celebrate the dedication of the new home of the Weeks family, in Magnolia Ridge at 264 Ridgecrest, in Eastpoint.
Jeremy Millender, Brittani Chambers to wed Saturday
Jeremy Ernest Millender, son of Anthony and Beverly Millender, of Carrabelle, and Brittani Diana Chambers, daughter of Buddy and Diane Chambers, of Eastpoint, would like to announce their upcoming wedding on Saturday, July 26 at 3 p.m. at the Jeremy Ernest Millender, son of Anthony and Beverly Millender, of Carrabelle, and Brittani Diana Chambers, ... (more)
12-year-old bus thief nabbed in Eastpoint
The same 12-year-old Bay County boy who stole a school bus last month did it again last week.
Eastpoint man hangs on as SUV drives off
An incident Saturday evening on St. George Island, in which a man drove off with an sports utility vehicle while another was hanging on through a window, has left a 53-year-old Arkansas man in trouble with the law.
Eastpoint man drowns at Cash's Creek
A 54-year-old Eastpoint man died of an apparent drowning Saturday morning after he dove off the boat landing at Cash's Creek.
Molly Beth Thompson born
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.
WJHG-TV Panama City
12-Year-Old Allegedly Takes Another School Bus Joyride
The same 12-year-old boy who stole a school bus and took it for a joy ride last month has allegedly done it again.
Third Third's a charm
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.
Sticks and Stones a recycling parable
"Sticks and Stones," the first book by Eastpoint businessman and resident Jarrett Woolever, is an imaginative and beautifully illustrated parable about environmental stewardship.
Strong storm fells power pole
At around 5 p.m. on Monday, a small but powerful storm swept in from the north and subjected Apalachicola, Eastpoint and St. George Visibility was almost zero on the Patton and Gorrie bridges as the storm dropped buckets of water for about ten minutes.