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Today's News

  • Company comes for two weekends at Quincy Music Theatre

    Special to The Times
    Stephen Sondheim’s groundbreaking 1970 musical explores the many sides of commitment through story of a bachelor on his 35th birthday.
    The musical revolves around Bobby, a single man who is unable to commit to a steady relationship as well as a handful of married couples who happen to be his best friends, and his three “girlfriends.” Bobby is the thread that connects the vignettes as he examines not only his own relationships, but also the marriages of his well-meaning friends.

  • Bobcats’ football team camps at South Alabama

    Robert F. Munroe Day School’s football coach Alex Lehky and eight of his Bobcat football players attended the University of South Alabama’s Jaguars Prospect Camp Saturday.
    All eight of the Bobcat players competed against other players from throughout the Southeast region.

  • GOLFING FOR A CAUSE

    By JOE FEROLITO
    Special to The Times
    Nineteen teams and 73 golfers teed up for the Nick DiLuzio Golf Tournament on Friday at the Havana Country Club.
    First place in the event was won by the team of Dwight Vickers, Jim Dupree, Tom Barlow and Exit Smith, scoring a 19-under total.
    Second place ended in a tie of 13-under with teams led by Gary Sprague and Bruce Ranew.
    Third place was shared by team Clark Smith and team Scott Rawls, shooting 12-under.

  • MLB to date: you’re good or you’re bad

    By JOE FEROLITO

    Special to The Times

  • Seminoles advance, Gators don’t in NCAA Baseball Tournament

    By JOE FEROLITO
    Special to The Times
    Florida State took advantage of an at-large NCAA Baseball Tournament bid last weekend. Florida didn’t.
    The Seminoles’ bid sent them to Athens, Georgia, and they responded by playing the best streak of baseball they have played all season in beating Florida Atlantic 13-11 Friday and disposing of Georgia 12-3 Saturday and 10-1 Sunday to advance in the tournament.

  • Community Foundation of North Florida surveys nonprofit needs in Hurricane Michael-impacted areas

    Special to The Times
    TALLAHASSEE – The Community Foundation of North Florida, a nonprofit public charity that promotes and facilitates long-term charitable giving across the Big Bend, is currently surveying nonprofits in Hurricane Michael-impacted counties to determine their needs for possible grant opportunities from the more than $500,000 contributed to the Foundation’s Disaster Relief Fund.

  • Gadsden County High School | ‘What success feels like’

    By SCOTT J. BRYAN
    The Gadsden County Times
    Crossroad Academy Charter School principal Kevin Forehand said Thursday evening’s graduation ceremony was a positive experience, but he noted the class of 2019 Scorpions were not a group that relished the present.
    That’s because this senior class has a bright future.

  • Crossroad Academy graduates focus on future

    By SCOTT J. BRYAN
    The Gadsden County Times
    Crossroad Academy Charter School principal Kevin Forehand said Thursday evening’s graduation ceremony was a positive experience, but he noted the class of 2019 Scorpions were not a group that relished the present.
    That’s because this senior class has a bright future.

  • Councilman agrees to censure, $500 fine

    By SCOTT J. BRYAN
    The Gadsden County Times
    Midway District 2 Councilman Sam Stevens has agreed to a public censure and reprimand, and a $500 fine for voting in 2017 for his first cousin to serve as the city’s mayor, according to information obtained from the Florida Commission on Ethics.
    The ethics commission is scheduled to meet June 7 in Tallahassee. Stevens did not return messages left for him at city hall or via email.

  • Commission declines extra funding for youth program

    By SCOTT J. BRYAN
    The Gadsden County Times
    Gadsden County commissioners sparred over funding for a summer youth program May 21, and the divided board declined to increase funding for it.
    The summer youth program’s budget is $50,000, as approved in 2018.
    Commissioner Eric Hinson asked to increase the summer youth program budget to $132,250. Twice, Hinson’s request has been voted on and failed.
    “To me, this is about the investment into our kids,” Hinson said. “This is the future of Gadsden County.”