1. History in your own backyard

    Explore all of the facets of Santa Rosa’s rich history at a series of events ranging from lectures and tours to live demonstrations, reenactments of past events and hands-on family activities.

  2. Down on the farm: Agritourism events in Santa Rosa County

    Many of the family-friendly farm events coming taking place in Santa Rosa County this October are as much about growing tips and appreciation for the work of farmers as they are about hayrides, pumpkin patches and petting a cow or two.

  3. NAS Whiting Field CDC renews accreditation

    Naval Air Station Whiting Field’s Child Development Center recently received another five-year accreditation, displaying the quality care that is the hallmark of child care Navy-wide.

  4. I want my MTV: a television production student’s perspective

    I have been a member of Milton Television (MTV) for the past two years. I have gained so much from being a part of this organization. MTV has been a creative, fun class to express my ideas on a daily basis.

  5. Update on Milton’s red-light camera safety program

    The city of Milton implemented a red-light safety camera program in July of 2011, with over 3,500 red-light running violations being issued in the first year. What else have we learned from this data?

  6. Milton High’s Aerospace Technology program starts third year

    Aerospace Technology instructor Scott Erickson talks about the program’s third year at Milton High.

  7. “In-step” with the Milton High School Band

    Be sure to get out this year to hear one of the hardest working groups on the Milton High School campus — the Mighty Black & Gold Marching Band!

  8. Milton the 17th fastest growing city in Florida

    Surely the residents of Milton have noticed the city is getting a little more popular these days. Recently, a study was conducted by the University of Florida’s Bureau of Economic and Business Research, naming the…

  9. Milton: Where Good Living Flows

    Incorporated in 1844, the City of Milton is among the oldest cities in Florida and the county seat of Santa Rosa County. Here’s Milton at a glance.

  10. Stroll the Blackwater on Milton’s Riverwalk

    The lifestyle in Milton is more “old Florida” — steeped in nature and shaped by water, especially the Blackwater River, which, from the beginning, has wended its way through both the town of Milton and the lives of everyone who resides here.