Havana Harvey’s reopens under new ownership
“We have all new private brands in the store and several deals for our customers always going on,” Havana Harvey’s store manager James Woodard said Friday morning after the store reopened under new ownership, “including fuelperks.” Woodard said customers can save money on gas by buying qualifying products in the store.
Two arrested in Havana with false credit cards
Havana Police Chief Tracy Smith reported an unusual arrest early last Thursday morning that brought to light a nationwide identity theft scam in which many people are losing thousands of dollars.
Opinions differ on private road acquisitions
The Gadsden County commission debated for well over an hour last week on how to handle bringing privately owned roads under the county’s control.
Group promotes local rivers for eco-tourism
Gadsden County commissioners heard a presentation by Homer Hirt, the president of the RiverWay South Apalachicola Choctawhatchee Organization.
Law firms narrowed to two
After two hours of interviews and discussion county commissioners narrowed their search for a new attorney down to two firms.
Gadsden County Valedictorians and Salutatorians
GADSDEN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION DATES AND TIMES POSTED
Havana Day Festival this Saturday in Downtown Havana 9 a.m. to 8p.m.
Myles Edwards is scholarship recipient
Last week I told you that someone at Robert F. Munroe was a recipient of a 2014 Dixie Youth Baseball, Inc. scholarship.
Next Level baseball showcase Saturday in Chattahoochee
Each year the Joe Ferolito Next Level Professional Baseball Association selects a site to host its North Florida Futures All-Star Baseball Showcase.
Munroe falls to Aucilla
The fourth chance certainly wasn't a charm for the Munroe baseball team Tuesday night.