Frankly Franklin: Actions speak louder
I stood at a busy lunch counter in Little Havana as I watched the Twin Towers topple. Gawking at an overhead TV wedged atop the well-worn appliances, it was a good thing I was speechless. When people are angry, their blood starts pumping faster, and they draw on their deepest, untranslatable feelings, which are housed…
Franklin County unemployment jumps in January
Franklin Countys unemployment rate took a sharp jump in January, rising by nearly 1 percentage point to 3.6 percent, as 43 people joined the jobless rolls.
According to data released March
Carrabelle says no to animal control surcharge
Carrabelle commissioners are not keen on paying double for animal control in their city.
In an emphatic vote, agreed to all but Commissioner Tony Millender, the commission voted Thursday 3-1 to …
As bear numbers boom, so do concerns
The coordinator of Floridas bear management program was greeted with growls of dissatisfaction from some Franklin County commissioners when he appeared at last weeks meeting.
St. Joe downs Franklin County in opening round of playoffs
Port St. Joe jumped out to a 4-0 in the first two innings and held on to defeat Franklin County 6-2 in the first round of the 1A District 4 baseball tournament at Bozeman High School on Tuesday, May
Seahawks finish up season at 18-7
The Franklin County Seahawks wrapped up their 2022 season with an 18-7 record, as they fell to Chipley 10-3 May 10 in the regional semi-finals in Washington County.
Franklin County drew first