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Yearly Archives: 2018

Invest here now or invest in home country?

Posted on — The News Herald

Dear Dave,I’m almost debt-free, and I’ll be finishing my master’s degree soon. I’m not from this country, so I’ll be returning home in the next three to five years. Considering my situation, would investing in the stock market be a … (Read More)

Heaux! Heaux! Heaux!

Posted on — TONY SIMMONS

PANAMA CITY BEACH — If your idea of jingle bells involves dashing through the bayou on a 100-horsepower airboat, then ZooWorld’s second annual Cajun Christmas might just be the holiday event for you.Cajun St. Nick will be joined this year … (Read More)

Local accounting firms merging


Panama City — Two local accounting firms — Tipton, Marler, Garner & Chastain and Randolph McInvale Accounting — plan to merge by year’s end, according to a press release.Both firms have served Northwest Florida for more than 40 years, the … (Read More)

Bay shops still seeing Christmas customers


BAY COUNTY — As Christmas approaches, local shops have seen varying numbers of people come in to buy gifts and general items despite the ongoing hurricane recovery.Beverly McLain, owner of Doodlebugs Consignment in Panama City, said they’ve seen a lot of people this … (Read More)

Enzo’s Pizza reopens in St. Andrews

Posted on — JAN WADDY

PANAMA CITY — It’s hip to be square in St. Andrews.Enzo’s Pizza & Grill reopened Nov. 30 on Beck Avenue, fulfilling locals’ cravings for Chicago-style pizza — thin crust squares, double decker and deep dish, homemade pasta dishes and sandwiches.Chicago native Dave … (Read More)

Cheers to Christmastime Brunch

Posted on — By Hannelore Holland Special to The News Herald

PANAMA CITY — There is nothing in this world more “traditional” than Germans and Christmastime! We Germans just adore the opportunities provided by this special time of year to pile on our great creations loaded down with just a few … (Read More)