The subject is described as a black male with a facemask, wearing a black sweatshirt with distinctive coloring on the front, a thin build, skinny jeans, and dark-colored shoes. A second subject in the stolen Honda never entered the store and was not visible on outside cameras.
The Point In Time survey or PIT, counts how many homeless people are living in our communities.Volunteers with Doorways of Northwest Florida are helping make sure they are accurately counted for the year.
Ascension Sacred Heart Bay launched their new therapy dog program on Friday, introducing their first certified volunteer handler and her pup, Maggie. Research shows dog therapy can help reduce blood pressure and ease anxiety.
Thursday’s workshop was all about discussing an ordinance that will limit how close these Oxford Houses can be to neighbors and how many people can live in them. However, some neighbors are out of luck with some houses already grandfathered in.
The Bay County Sheriff’s office is getting tech savvy with its new app that was launched on Monday. Along with Alert Bay, this new app is another way to keep the community safe by keeping them informed.