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Apr 4, 2023

Milton residents show support for Trump

Earlier today, former President Donald Trump pleaded not guilty to 34 felony counts of falsifying business records after being indicted last week by a Manhattan grand jury.

Apr 4, 2023

Activist group, Moms for Liberty, opens Santa Rosa chapter

Parental rights in education have become a massive issue politically, not just in Florida, but across the country. One group is helping lead that charge. Moms for Liberty, a nonprofit advocacy group based in Melbourne, Florida, has campaigned against COVID-19 restrictions in schools, school curriculums that mention critical race theory or gender ideology and some chapters have campaigned to remove certain books that address gender or sexuality from school libraries.

Mar 9, 2023

Parker apologizes for slur, insists ‘no intent’ to offend

Sam Parker apologized Thursday for using an ethnic slur attracting international attention while critics continue calling for his resignation from the Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners.

Jan 10, 2023

Deed discussion dominates 3 ½-hour BoCC meeting

The Santa Rosa County Commission on Thursday will decide whether to approve transferring 100 acres to the City of Milton for its $70-million wastewater project. On Monday, it listened for almost three hours to speaker after speaker argue why it shouldn’t.

Aug 22, 2022

Rebekah Jones wins appeal, looks to Aug. 23 primary

Rebekah Jones is now in the clear for the Aug. 23 primary thanks to a judgement handed down from the Florida Court of Appeals, First District on Aug. 22.

As Navarre Press reported last week, Jones had been involved in a court fight with Peggy Schiller, who is running against her for the Democratic nomination for Congressional district one. The winner of the primary will face incumbent Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL).


Jul 15, 2022

Mayor vetoes proposed charter amendment

Milton Mayor Heather Lindsay vetoed a proposal to lower residency requirements for her office after the city council’s July 12 regular meeting.

The Milton City Charter currently requires candidates for mayor to have lived in the city for at least three years. But, despite the mayor’s veto threat, the city council voted 6-2 for a ballot referendum asking voters to change the requirement to just one year, the same residency requirement for city council candidates.


Dec 1, 2021

New traffic pattern announced for Central Landfill

New traffic pattern scheduled at Central Landfill due to continued construction at its entrance

Nov 26, 2021

Preserve Navarre releases infrastructure survey for residents

A nonprofit, Preserve Navarre, has released a survey for area residents regarding city incorporation and infrastructure.

Nov 19, 2021

Clerk of the Circuit Court returns over $1 million in unspent revenue

This makes the ninth consecutive year that Spencer has returned unspent revenues to the Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners.

Nov 12, 2021

City council appoints Vernon Compton to vacant seat

Vernon Compton will fill the council seat vacated by David Richardson.
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