The CRA is NOT a Bust [REPORT]

Every since The News Herald ran an article stating that the CRA progress will slow due to the economic downturn, we’ve been fielding a seemingly endless stream of questions.  Concerned residents, condo owners and vacationers are worried that the existing CRA construction would halt, leaving gaping holes in road-work progress and landmark eyesores all over east Panama City Beach.  This article should offer some clarification along with a warm cup of good news.

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Secrets of PCB – Salty Sue’s

Welcome to our Secrets of Panama City Beach series, showing you things about the beach, you’ve never dreamed of.

January is in the process of packing up it’s toys and that sneaky spring break season is peeking around the corner.

It’s still a bit chilly, but with a collective yawn, the whole town seems to be stirring from it’s sleepy winter mode and we are HUNGRY.

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Weekend weather – Just right for January. Warm and sunny.

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Have you ever seen anything like this weather? Sun in an azure sky, and that Gulf!

So gorgeous!  This is what January SHOULD be. No cars frozen to the ground, no aching joints, just air and sun and freedom.
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Merle Haggard Jan 27 Marina Civic Center

Merle’s life reads like a tall tale that for most of us, we could  only experience by living vicariously through a character in a fictional novel.

However, Merle lives life the only way he can, as his own character in a life built around music, a few early years of petty crime and iron will.

His (Summarized) Story

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