By Patricia Lee In the past month, I have seen conversation in our Destinites “locals only” Facebook group (www.Facebook.com/groups/Destinites) about our area being unusually overcrowded. This seems to have been taking place since the Pandemic and citizens now have growing safety issue concerns. Below are just a few of the suggestions...
Your favorite eatery known for food, fun and a spectacular view just got better! Tailfins’ “Always Workin” is available for you to experience now! The brand-new 48 passenger, 45 ft. long vessel offers convenient departures seven days a week! The World Famous 4-Hour Tour Tailfins 4-Hour Tour departs Tailfins docks daily...
Expand your brand with a Destin location! Brian Locicero, REALTOR® There are few people that know the Destin-30a-Seaside real estate market as well as REALTOR® Brian LoCicero. He specializes in selling, listing and marketing unique residential and commercial properties, in addition to finding key locations for new or expanding businesses...
By L. Smith Seven Rip Current deaths have occurred in Florida so far in 2021—three of those occurring in our area, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). In March, Miramar Beach was open, but with red-flag warnings about dangerous surf. Pete Rosengren, 42, a father of three from Illinois died...

Leave No Trace

By Catherine Card, City of Destin PIO In 2017, the City of Destin started its Leave No Trace initiative to promote environmental awareness and pride in our city. We love Destin and we all play a vital role and must be conscious of our actions and how they can impact...
By Kay Phelan The DHS Governing Board and Principal Christine Cruickshank have hired Courtney Murie Noe as their Music Program and Band Director. Courtney is a familiar and respected face as a lifelong Destin resident, and as the former Destin Middle School Band Director, including being named its Teacher of...
Chris showed up to the Mattie Kelly Arts Center (MKAC) with a gleam in his eye. It was his second time to train as an usher for a ballet recital, and he already knew what to do. “I got my jacket. I need a nametag. I’m ready!” said the 15-year-old...
By Eddie Bird Every year, graduating seniors of Northwest Florida apply for six prestigious scholarships across four counties to honor Taylor Haugen. The Taylor Haugen Foundation originally offered a scholarship to a Niceville High School senior after Taylor Haugen passed away from an abdominal injury sustained while playing football for...
Destin Harbor Capacity Study The City of Destin has partnered with the Army Corps of Engineers to undertake a Carrying Capacity Study through the Corps of Engineers’ Planning Assistance to States Program. The Harbor Capacity Study will, among other things, focus on the following three goals: - Protect the environmental health...
Load up your boats, make history and join Boaters for America 1st as it hosts a Patriot Boat Parade on Sunday, Sept. 5, 2021, in an attempt to break the world record for largest boat parade. Powered by Right Side Broadcasting Network (RSBN), staging will begin from 9:15-9:45 at...

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