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Lawmakers to consider expunging juvenile records

As Florida’s legislative session gets underway next week, some lawmakers are calling for measures to help teens move on after paying their dues in the juvenile-justice system.

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PAT’S STORY: Local resident hopes some good comes from personal tragedy

In July of 1983, the town of Evergreen, Alabama was shaken when 27 year old Patrick Dale was murdered at the hands of a mentally disturbed and dangerous man. Betsy Dale Adams, one of Patrick’s younger sisters, has written an investigative documentary about the events leading to the murder, the trial, as well as the aftermath of lawsuits that followed.

Alexanna Williams,  winner of the 2015 Margaret Flowers Civic Award, stands with Pensacola Navy League president Bill Cullik  and Capt. Alan Dean, commanding officer of Naval Air Technical Training Center.  Williams works for Dean as a Barracks Military Training Instructor at NATTC. (U.S. Navy Photo by Ensign Emily Wilkin/Released)

Local sailor honored for strength of community service

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Santa Rosa cold weather shelter open Wednesday, Thursday

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Gulf Breeze native releasing new book at Pensacon

Gulf Breeze native Whitney Evans will be releasing her second book, “Alliances,” at Pensacon this weekend, nearly two weeks before its available online.

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