TDC DISCUSSES LOST REVENUE
Also private beach trend, lighting ordinance.
GROW LOCAL, BUY LOCAL
Citizens discuss sustainable agriculture.
Visit to Civil War park.
BCC hears presentation from waste-to-energy company.
BCC ROLL CALL
Agenda and actions taken.
FREEPORT CITY COUNCIL MEETS
Takes action against code violators.
CODE BOARD MEETS, IMPOSES FINES
Expired letters of credit in stalled subdivisions.
ORGANIST PEDALS THE CLASSICS AT ST. AGATHA’S
Lakeside Concert Series kicks off.
AS THE WOOD TURNS
Wood Turners Guild hosts guest artisan.
COUNTY MEETS WITH RESIDENTS AND VENDORS
Problems have arisen over making “a joyful noise” at weddings.
FREEPORT COUNCIL TARGETS CODE VIOLATORS
Council: Now it’s time for the lawyers to get involved!
JUST WHAT IS ASHLEY’S ANGLE?
It is the Herald’s newest column, by reporter Ashley Amason.
“ACT WELL YOUR PART…”
Herald writers help judge plays and actors at Thespian Festival.
THE BEACH SCENE RETURNS
A look at a composer and a dancer performing at Seaside.
FREEPORT’S RELAY FOR LIFE
Freeport citizens resume their march against cancer.
AND THE LITTLE CHILDREN SAID…
Second-graders offer ideas on how to make the world a better place.
PAXTON BOYS CRUISE PAST FREEPORT
The Bobcats sent the Bulldogs home with scratches, 63-40.
SHINING A LIGHT ON MERCURY HAZARD
Landfill can’t properly dispose of light bulbs containing mercury.
THERAPY DOGS VISIT STANLEY HOUSE
Man’s best friend lifts the spirit and soothes the soul.
SECOND-GRADER RAISES $500 FOR CHARITY
A Butler Elementary students raises lots of “Change for Children.”