The Milton City Council will meet at 5:30 p.m. Monday to discuss proposed terms of a contract to hire former City Manager Randy Jorgenson, who retired from the city in September, as a consultant.
Students can drive their tractors to Jay High School on a designated day during FFA Week.
Milton High School Navy Junior ROTC marksmen tallied 844.9 points, their highest score of the season, to beat Bob Jones High School Air Force Junior ROTC of Madison, Ala. (747.0) in a virtual match.
Santa Rosa County Animal Services has launched 2024-2025 kennel sponsorships, a fundraising effort to help with medical care, foster support, microchip and rabies clinic, spay/neuter programs, and community outreach.
A drive-thru “convenient convenience store” could be coming to Chumuckla. “What I mean by convenience is not having to get out of your car,” Mohamed Jaouri of FIJA LLC told the Santa Rosa County Zoning Board on Feb. 18. “Obviously, you can buy the objects we’re going to sell at any corner store, but we’re trying to provide convenience for mothers who’re going to be picking up their kids at (Wallace Lake Intermediate School) by not having to get out of their cars to pick up whatever essentials they need.”
A Milton man is counting more than just his blessings after he won a grand prize from the Florida lottery. Bernard Waters, 63, claimed the $5 million top prize from the $20 Monopoly Doubler Scratch Off game this month. According to the Florida lottery, Waters chose to receive his winnings as a one-time lump-sum payment of $3,994,698.
Dozens of Air Force Junior ROTC cadets gathered inside the Commando Hangar on Hurlburt Field, Florida, Feb. 10, 2024. The cadets hurried to inspect their service dress uniforms and prepare for the day of drill competitions ahead.
Milton has until March 1 to convince two federal agencies that the city’s wastewater treatment project is still viable. If the city fails to meet any of four demands, it could lose two grants totaling almost $9 million.
The Milton City Council voted 5-2 at a special meeting Thursday to hire Randy Jorgenson to be the interim city manager. Jorgenson retired from the city manager position in September after serving five years in the position.
Alfred D. “Al” Brewton was a dedicated advocate for residents of Milton, a fixture at meetings of the city council and its advisory boards for years. On Thursday, the city unveiled a sign naming the council chambers in his honor.