The weather was great Saturday, as the oyster shucking, and oyster eating and crab races all got underway and the arts and crafts booth attracted shoppers.
Nearly 125 years ago, in 1899, a hurricane that slammed into Carrabelle left wreckage of cargo ships bound for Europe strewn along the Dog Island shore, where they all remain underwater to this
The Carrabelle River glowed with floating lights Saturday after the city marked its annual Holiday on the Harbor festivities with a festive boat parade, followed by a stunning fireworks
Editor’s note: This is Part 1 of a two-part series on the founding of Carrabelle.
In 1877, a real estate developer from Minnesota named Oliver Hudson Kelley set up a tent on the east side …
A trio of students from Franklin County Schools battled it out in a war of words last week, as the district conducted the annual spelling bee at Chapman Auditorium Wednesday morning, Dec. 14.
Trinity Episcopal Church in Apalachicola will be getting a longtime forestry expert as its new rector. In an announcement last weekend, Rennie Edwards, a senior warden at the church, wrote that the vestry at the church had unanimously accepted the recommendation of its search committee to call The Rev. Stephen D. Pecot as the next…
Carol Kent Wyatt has been named the editor-in-chief of four community newspapers owned by Neves Media Publishing.
Wyatt reprised the role of editor of the Washington County News and Holmes County