Sheriff: County’s reputation, economy rebounding after Spring Break laws

 Laws the city and county passed in 2015 to tame Spring Break are working to help to keep crime down during the celebration, Bay County Sheriff Tommy Ford said Tuesday. Ford, speaking to the Bay County Commission, said the commissioners...

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Yes, parking is available on PCB

As summer and its events get ready to kick off, Panama City Beach officials are reminding people of available public parking spaces. Residents and visitors have not complained about a lack of parking, but as the city expands, parking and...

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Redevelopment Plan

Front Beach Road Community Redevelopment Plan The Front Beach Road CRA Redevelopment Plan provides a framework for redevelopment of infrastructures within the CRA for the next 20 years or longer. The Plan was adopted by the City Council in August...

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Navigating the Condo Purchase

The Development Types per Lending First things first.  Do your homework. You may have a basic understanding of what a condo is.  You own your unit within a larger building or community.  You jointly own the exterior property and common...

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Florida Georgia Line, Eric Church, Thomas Rhett to headline Gulf Coast Jam

Florida Georgia Line, Eric Church and Thomas Rhett will headline this year’s Gulf Coast Jam, organizers announced Tuesday. “Last year was absolutely amazing, and we’re beyond excited about our headliners and can’t wait to get our entire lineup out there...

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Panama City Beach plans for crosswalk near Frank Brown Park

Panama City Beach is working on making a crosswalk for people to safely enter and exit Frank Brown Park. The crosswalk would be located on Pier Park Drive, connecting the Pier Park North shopping area side of the road to...

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The 150 Best Places to Buy a Vacation Rental Property in 2018

Welcome to Rented.com’s Third Annual Short-Term Rental Income Report With the passage of the new federal tax law by Congress in December 2017 and multiple states debating changes to state tax laws, there are more questions than ever about buying,...

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EMTs: PCB Spring Break had become ‘unmanageable’

Driving in an area of Panama City Beach infamously known as “the triangle,” Bay County EMT Capt. Joel Welch pointed out the window to a parking lot across from the super clubs where medics would station and wait for...

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Yard Milkshake Bar opens in Pier Park

Pier Park has a new addition to its collection of eateries — The Yard Milkshake Bar. In celebration of the new location, they will be hosting a grand opening event from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday. Guests will have the...

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Panama City Beach sees record breaking year, officials say

An annual report regarding visitor and economic impact in Panama City Beach says four out of five visitors in 2017, chose Panama City Beach as their favorite beach. The report, conducted by Young Strategies, also says more than one billion...

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