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About: panama city, florida

Located on the panhandle of northwest Florida on St. Andrews Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, Panama City is known as a popular tourist location year round. Panama City's attributes provide a highly attractive living environment compatible with a variety of tastes and life styles. Cited most often are: pleasant climate, fishing and water sports, arts and entertainment, and a pleasing small town environment for raising a family.

Population: 36417
Local Newspapers: The News Herald
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Local Colleges: Gulf Coast Community College

Zip Codes associated with panama city, florida: 32401 32403 32404 32405 32407 32408
Towns/Cities near panama city, florida : Pretty Bayou Lynn Haven Cedar Grove Callaway Parker Springfield Upper Grand Lagoon

Panama City News
Alabama shooting suspect arrested in Panama City

Geneva County Sheriff Tony Helms tells local media that 20-year-old Matthew Arthur Oberley was arrested Tuesday in Panama City, Florida, on a charge of attempted murder.

Why the 'Great American Eclipse' has some school districts scared

Staring directly into the sun without eye protection can cause permanent damage, and some schools don't want the liability. The "Great American Eclipse" will be a rare view for many Americans on a path from Oregon to South Carolina, the first solar eclipse to cross the country since 1918 - but it's also a scary one for school districts.

Plans taking shape for new bridge

It may be five years before a ribbon-cutting ceremony signals work has begun to replace the Brooks Bridge, but local leaders already have secured assurances that traveling between Fort Walton Beach and Okaloosa Island then won't be dramatically worse than it is now.

Bojanglesa Continues Franchise Expansion across North Florida

Earlier this year, Bojangles' unveiled its new restaurant design concept aimed at propelling the fast-growing chain to its next stage of success. The first restaurant built using the new design opened in Greenville, South Carolina, on January 11, 2017.

Florida universities are hiring hundreds of new faculty in push for...

State lawmakers with grand visions for Florida schools have generously funded higher education in recent years, allowing for the hiring wave. The serious investment in research and talent underscores the collective drive to catapult Florida's universities into the upper echelons of academia - sooner rather than later.

Commissioners hear about medical pot; trade barbs

Or do they follow the lead of nearby Mexico Beach, which put in place a temporary moratorium and then an outright ban on any marijuana cultivation or dispensing. Commissioners received a state-of-the-law brief from State Rep. Halsey Beshears during a special meeting Monday.

Jack Latvala on governor's race: 'I'm going to get in people's faces'

Jack Latvala will formally kick off his campaign for governor today promising something almost unprecedented in modern Florida history: He will be a governor focused entirely on the state's future, not his own. "Part of our problem in Tallahassee is we have government by people who are trying to move up the ladder all the time," said the Republican state senator who plans campaign stops in Hialeah, his hometown of Clearwater and Panama City.

Pooped pair awaken to arrest on drugs, weapons charges

The discovery of two people passed out in a vehicle outside a bank has led to several drug and firearms charges.

Florida couple arrested for - malicious' punishment of child

Dannie Lee Bullock, 33, and Amber Nicole Waldrop, 31, had been investigated for allegedly using a stun gun to shock one child and forcing the child to eat dog feces, according to police reports in Parker, which is just outside of Panama City. The children's ages weren't released.

Sen. Jack Latvala launches campaign for Florida governor

Sen. Jack Latvala, a Clearwater Republican, joined the 2018 race for governor on Friday, filing papers to make his campaign official.

Flowers honored for veterinary service

Dedicating his life to his faith and veterinary work, Kit Flowers, president and executive director of Christian Veterinary Mission, has been honored with the 2015 President's Award by the American Veterinary Medical Association. Flowers grew up on the Young Life Ranch in Buena Vista, where he spent a lot of time around animals.

Highway 98 construction

Those making trips to Panama City along U.S. Highway 98 may want to add a little time to their schedules. Construction on that route has begun in Bay County with an $8.9 million resurfacing project between the DuPont Bridge in Bay County and the Gulf County line.

Wednesday, August 9th, 2017

Jeffrey Parker, 19, who was arrested for stealing a gun, after he bragged about the theft on social media. The victim notified police in Panama City, Florida after he received a phone call about the suspects posting a picture of the stolen gun on Snapchat.

Nashville notes

L uke Bryan , Jason Aldean , Little Big Town , Brett Eldredge , Kip Moore , Dan + Shay and Granger Smith are just some of the artists set to play the Gulf Coast Jam September 1-3 in Panama City, Florida. Danielle Bradbury 's sophomore album, I Don't Believe We've Met , will be out December 1. "Sway" is the lead single from the second record by the 2013 winner of The Voice .

Del Stone Jr.: Our road infrastructure is paralyzed

It was Saturday, and I had a book-signing to get to in downtown Panama City at 4 o'clock.

Elderly NW Florida man initiates 4-car crash

According to a Florida Highway Patrol news release, the incident at 9:40 p.m. Friday in Bay County occurred when William Wood, 88, of Panama City, pulled his 2007 Ford F-150 pickup onto State Road 75 from the Pinetree Road intersection and struck the side of a 2014 GMC Sierra pickup driven by 53-year-old Edgar Monk of Alford.

Two in custody after attempting to flee

Washington County deputies attempted a traffic stop after observing a vehicle with no tag traveling on State Road 77 in the Greenhead area at approximately 9:13 a.m. Friday,August 3. Washington County Sheriff's Office alerted K-9 units from Northwest Florida Reception Center and Holmes CI, who responded and assisted in locating the suspect. At approximately 10:45 a.m. the driver of the vehicle, identified as 48 year old Robert Andrews, was apprehended and transported to the Washington County Jail where he was booked on the charges of flee and elude law enforcement and failure to register a motor vehicle.

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