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Monthly Archives: November 2018


DBPR closes 2 restaurants in October

Posted on — ZACK McDONALD

The News Herald — PANAMA CITY — Separated by a cataclysmic storm, inspectors temporarily shuttered two Bay County restaurants for either operating without proper licensing or sightings of storm-awakened rodents in October, according to official reports.Last month, the Florida Department … (Read More)


Panama City Beach Marathon scales back

Posted on — TONY SIMMONS

The News Herald — PANAMA CITY BEACH — In the weeks after Hurricane Michael struck the coast, people have started thinking in the long term again. No longer are they metaphorically sprinting to meet their immediate needs, they’re shifting to … (Read More)











Another Jimmy Buffett project set for PCB

Posted on — By Ed Offley Special to the News Herald

The News Herald — PANAMA CITY BEACH — For tourists and residents alike, it’s going to get a lot easier to find that lost shaker of salt.For the second time this year, plans have been unveiled for a major land … (Read More)



Another Jimmy Buffet project set for PCB

Posted on — By Ed Offley Special to the News Herald

The News Herald — PANAMA CITY BEACH – For tourists and residents alike, it’s going to get a lot easier to find that lost shaker of salt.For the second time this year, plans have been unveiled for a major land … (Read More)


Another Jimmmy Buffet project set for PCB

Posted on — By Ed Offley Special to the News Herald

The News Herald — PANAMA CITY BEACH – For tourists and residents alike, it’s going to get a lot easier to find that lost shaker of salt.For the second time this year, plans have been unveiled for a major land … (Read More)


Restaurants serving Thanksgiving menus, buffets

Posted on — JAN WADDY

The News Herald — PANAMA CITY — Even if you aren’t at home this year, you can still enjoy Thanksgiving favorites at area restaurants.Restaurants serving traditional Thanksgiving Day meals Thursday, Nov. 22, include:CHEWIE’S KITCHEN, 9952 Hutchison Blvd., No. 200, Panama City … (Read More)


Citizens avoids major hit from Michael

Posted on — By Jim Saunders The News Service of Florida

The News Herald — TALLAHASSEE — While the toll from Hurricane Michael continues to mount in Northwest Florida, the state-backed Citizens Property Insurance Corp. has avoided a major financial hit.Citizens had 3,189 claims as of Wednesday from the monster storm … (Read More)



Hotel coming to Bay airport

Posted on — By Ed Offley Special to the News Herald

The News Herald — WEST BAY — The Northwest Beaches International Airport soon will have an essential addition: a full-service airport hotel.The St. Joe Company has announced plans to break ground in early 2019 on a 110- to 125-room hotel … (Read More)


When will internet be restored?

Posted on — COLLIN BREAUX

The News Herald — BAY COUNTY — The wait for internet service to be restored to the east side of the Hathaway Bridge has some people growing impatient.With water, power and other utilities restored after Hurricane Michael, one reader asked … (Read More)


Executive chef makes local connections at Havana

Posted on — The News Herald

The News Herald — ROSEMARY BEACH — Executive Chef James T. Neale II helms the kitchen at The Pearl Hotel’s flagship restaurant, Havana Beach Bar & Grill, creating modern Gulf Coast American cuisine with vibrant Cuban influences. Chef’s PalateName: James T. … (Read More)


Executive chef makes local connections at Havana

Posted on — The News Herald

The News Herald — ROSEMARY BEACH — Executive Chef James T. Neale II helms the kitchen at The Pearl Hotel’s flagship restaurant, Havana Beach Bar & Grill, creating modern Gulf Coast American cuisine with vibrant Cuban influences. Chef’s PalateName: James T. … (Read More)








TDC: Vacationers should come to PCB

Posted on — By Ed Offley Special to the News Herald

The News Herald — In Panama City Beach’s new marketing plan, “We need to show FEMA people checking out of the hotels, and people with beach things checking in,” one board member suggested.