FDOT ramps up Repair Efforts of the Damaged Pensacola Bridge

Courtesy: Florida Department of Transportation  The Florida Department of Transportation has ramped up its demolition project on the Pensacola Bay Bridge, as contractors are currently working to remove damaged spans of the bridge by unmoored construction barges during Hurricane Sally in mid-September.   According to the latest bridge update by FDOT, debris from two spans of

Escambia County: bracing for the worst as Hurricane Delta strengthens in the Gulf

Courtesy: National Hurricane Center On Tuesday, Oct. 6., Escambia County officials declared a state of emergency in preparation for the potential landfall of Hurricane Delta. According to reports from the National Hurricane Center, Hurricane Delta made landfall early Wednesday morning near Puerto Morelos, Mexico along the northeastern coast of the Yucatán Peninsula with sustained winds

Magnitude 3.8 Earthquake Strikes Florida

A magnitude 3.8 earthquake struck Thursday morning at 11 a.m. EDT about two miles northwest of Mount Carmel, Fla. (USGS) Photo: Google Images, Caption: www.foxnews.com Amidst a historically active hurricane season, Florida was thrown for a big surprise when a magnitude 3.8 earthquake struck its Alabama-Florida border on Thursday, September 3. There were no injuries

List Of Family-Friendly Easter Egg Hunts Across Florida

With Easter Sunday just a little over a week away, we’ve compiled a list of family-friendly egg hunts across the Sunshine State.