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New MSCA director is ‘a nonprofit junkie’

April 12, 2024
Ahleshia Elliott, who began working for the nonprofit Main Street Crestview Association as its office assistant last September and then as its event coordinator around the start of this year, became the MSCA’s executive director on March 29.

More shopping, dining options are in the works for north Crestview

April 4, 2024
Two proposed shopping centers are in different stages of development north of U.S. Highway 90 in Crestview, City Manager Tim Bolduc said at today’s Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce Networking Breakfast at the city Community Center.

New sidewalks are planned by Laurel Hill School

April 2, 2024
Okaloosa County officials will administer a recently awarded state grant that will pay for the construction of sidewalks near Laurel Hill School.

Brick upheaval

March 21, 2024
One reads, “Jesus Loves You,” with the shape of a heart representing the “o” in “Loves.” Another pays tribute to “Mable Edge, Coney Island Icon, ‘What Fer Ya.’” And another honors “Nicholai Jewett, 06-25-1981-07-02-2008, A Proud Soldier for his Country & the Lord, rest in God’s peace.”

Hope City Community Church celebrates second anniversary Easter weekend

March 12, 2024
Easter is a special time for every church as Christians around the world celebrate the living Lord Jesus.

High school soon could have new neighbors

February 6, 2024
Numerous townhomes might be built just south of Crestview High School.

Deputies capture attempted murder suspect

January 29, 2024
Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office deputies responding to assist at the scene of a house fire near Crestview on Sunday night left with a suspect who had an active warrant for attempted murder.

Free trees find new homes

January 19, 2024
Tulip poplar, pecan, white oak, common persimmon, and crape myrtle were among the species of trees given away to attendees of this morning’s Crestview Arbor Day Celebration.

A visit with Space Coast critters

January 11, 2024
Fast-growing Brevard County, which stands along the Atlantic Ocean in east-central Florida and is known as the “Space Coast,” boasts several protected nature areas where numerous species of wildlife can thrive instead of being pushed out by homes, shopping centers, and other developments.

Hub City leaders receive development order applications from Murphy Oil, Tractor Supply Co.

January 8, 2024
The site of the long-closed Hardee’s restaurant by Interstate 10 in Crestview soon could house a gas station and convenience store.
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