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Unlicensed Contractor Busted

Unlicensed Contractor Busted

The Bay County Sheriff’s Office announced today the arrest of a Baker man for charges relating to doing contracting work without a license. In August of 2017, a report was made to the BCSO pertaining to a couple who purchased a house in Callaway, and paid Timothy Simpler to complete renovations to the home. Simpler […]

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By November 2, 2017 0 Comments Read More →
Don’t Be SquHair Now Open

Don’t Be SquHair Now Open

Panama City – Don’t Be SquHair, Panama City’s newest Hair Salon is now open in their newly remodeled location. Located on Hwy 2301, in Bayou George, Don’t Be SquHair is conveniently located for those residing in the Northern part of Bay County. Morgan Isenberg, the proprietress is a Panama City native. She recently returned to […]

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By October 25, 2017 0 Comments Read More →
BCSO Warns of Texas Related Scams

BCSO Warns of Texas Related Scams

The Bay County Sheriff’s Office today issued a scam alert for Bay County. Because of the dire flooding situation in Texas seen in the media and on social media, scammers will begin to send out emails and make phone calls in an attempt to fraudulently raise money for flood-relief in Texas.   The BCSO urges […]

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By August 30, 2017 0 Comments Read More →
Panama City Kmart to Close

Panama City Kmart to Close

The Panama City Kmart on 15th & Lisenby is closing.  The store will begin liquidating on Thursday, with their final days of operation in December. Kmart is the latest victim of purchasing habits brought on by the internet and its wider array of offerings and pricing. 20,282 total views, 1 views today

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By September 21, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
BCSO Issues New Scam Alert

BCSO Issues New Scam Alert

The Bay County Sheriff’s Office issued a Scam Alert today, September 8, 2016, after receiving complaints from residents of Bay County that they are being called by someone claiming to represent a business or government agency but are really scammers. Victims state they got a phone call and that the appropriate business or government agency’s […]

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By September 8, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Football Moms (And Dads):  FHSAA Board of Directors Meeting Today and Tomorrow (June 13-14) Will Continue to Ignore the Threat of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) Brain Damage to Public School Youth Who Play Tackle Football —  Will Florida Be Sued for Millions for Intentionally Hiding the Truth From Parents?

Football Moms (And Dads): FHSAA Board of Directors Meeting Today and Tomorrow (June 13-14) Will Continue to Ignore the Threat of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) Brain Damage to Public School Youth Who Play Tackle Football — Will Florida Be Sued for Millions for Intentionally Hiding the Truth From Parents?

By Kevin Earl Wood, Investigative Reporter, Bay Community News EMAIL: allunited@bellsouth.net Published June 13, 2016 (Note to Readers:  Try pressing CTRL + or CTRL – on your keyboard in your Web browser to increase or decrease story text size for better readability.)     FHSAA – Failing Miserably at “Fully” Warning Moms and Dads That There is a Real Danger […]

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Additional Speakers Announced For Degrees To Jobs Summit

Additional Speakers Announced For Degrees To Jobs Summit

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, Governor Rick Scott released the official schedule of the 2016 Degrees to Jobs Summit. In addition to an exciting lineup of keynote and featured speakers, the Degrees to Jobs Summit will include a wide array of breakout sessions focused on important higher education topics including college affordability, leadership accountability and how […]

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By May 18, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Football Brain Damage Threat to Children- FHSAA Meeting Today to Discuss Problems and Solutions

Football Brain Damage Threat to Children- FHSAA Meeting Today to Discuss Problems and Solutions

By Kevin Earl Wood, Investigative Reporter Bay Community News Panama City, Florida allunited@bellsouth.net Published January 19, 2015, 3:00 pm CST The  Sports Medicine Advisory Committee (SMAC) of the Florida High School Athletics Association (FHSAA) will be meeting today in Gainesville to address the serious threat of brain damage to high school athletes who participate in high-impact […]

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Business Featured On “The Profit” Adds 75 New Jobs In Florida

Business Featured On “The Profit” Adds 75 New Jobs In Florida

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Today, Governor Rick Scott highlighted 75 new jobs at Sweet Pete’s following the small business’s expansion last year in Jacksonville. In total, Sweet Pete’s employs nearly 100 Floridians. Sweet Pete’s operates one of the largest candy-making facilities in the nation and sells over a thousand different types of candy and chocolates. Governor […]

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By December 14, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Project 25 Shopping Night

Project 25 Shopping Night

The Bay County Sheriff’s Office will hold shopping night for Project 25 tomorrow night, December 8, 2015. Project 25 is the annual BCSO toy drive to provide Christmas for needy children in Bay County. Shopping Night will take place at 6:00, Tuesday evening, at Wal-Mart on Tyndall Parkway in Callaway. Volunteer shoppers will be given […]

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By December 7, 2015 0 Comments Read More →