WonderWorks: New exhibits coming in July

This summer, WonderWorks will debut three new exhibits showcasing the latest technology in augmented reality and digital imaging. The indoor amusement park, which features more than 100 hands-on exhibits that spark the mind and imagination, continuously adds new exhibits...

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City, St. Joe break ground on Pier Park Crossings

Beach housing continues to boom, with Pier Park Crossings on Wednesday becoming the third complex to break ground along U.S. 98 since September. The lot just on North Pier Park Drive, just north of U.S. 98 between Frank Brown Park...

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TDC conditionally approves 3 more years of SandJam

Tourism officials were pleased with figures from this year’s SandJam — pleased enough to approve sponsoring it for three more years. The decision was announced at a combined Tourism Development Council and Convention and Visitors Bureau meeting Tuesday. With only three...

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Parking expansion planned at PCB Conservation Park

The Panama City Beach Conservation Park is becoming increasingly popular, and city officials have decided to add more parking spaces to meet the influx of nature lovers. The needed parking is good news to the ears of Al Shortt, utilities...

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4 Common Real Estate Closing Headaches…And How To Easily Avoid Them!

As closing agents, our job is to help buyers, sellers, lenders and real estate agents seamlessly consummate their transactions.  We take great pride in taking the guesswork and hassle out of a successful real estate closing.  And our most...

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Red snapper opens today

Anglers are snapping up spots to be among the first to reel in red snapper, as the highly anticipated for-hire season starts today. “We’re filling up,” said Pam Anderson, the operations manager for Capt. Anderson’s Marina. “We have some openings...

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Beach park improvements bring out children, smiles

Max Perkins Jr. combined work and family, as the Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce ambassador brought his wife and daughters to the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the improved Frank Brown Park playground on Friday. “I think it’s awesome. This is...

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Summer Concerts: Catch live music outdoors

As spring comes to a close, summer is just heating up — setting the stage for more outdoor concerts. The Lynn Haven Spring Concert Series wraps up from 6-8 p.m. Friday, May 25, at the Sheffield Park amphitheater with country...

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