PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - Panama City Beach city leaders are extending its boil water notice impacting more than 20,000 customers. City leaders say efforts to install a short bypass from the Bay County water supply on the city's main water transmission line failed Sunday night. They say they will now have to shut off water to all Panama City Beach utility customers from
Panama City Beach orders boil water notice - including Bay Point. To view the news report click the button below. News Report (WJHG/WECP)
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You just can't make this stuff up. Please don't crash the gates!
Check out the Panama City Music Association web site for more info! The mission of the Panama City Music Association, Inc. (PCMA), is to bring the excitement of classical and modern music, dance, opera, and musical theatre to the widest possible audience. The goal is to expand the musical experience of the community, to further develop an appreciation for all aspects of music,
Any time you have two different metals that are physically connected and immersed in seawater, they become a battery. Some amount of current flows between the two metals. The electrons that make up that current are supplied by one of the metals giving up bits of itself to the seawater. This process is called galvanic corrosion and if left unchecked it quickly destroys
Bay Point Community Association announces 2019 Thanksgiving Holiday schedules for office personnel and for contractors.
Below are three galleries of 2019 Halloween Pictures Running below the three galleries of 2019 Halloween Pictures are the same pictures in a carousel
Here is the current month's installment of news for the Bay Point Community Association.
The final day to purchase tickets for the Bay Point Women's Club November Auction fundraiser is this Wednesday, October 30th. Ladies, tickets are $35.00. Details are posted on the BPWC bulletin board at the Post Office, or if you need further information please message Laura Webber on Facebook.
On October 25, 2019 the Witches took to the streets around Bay Point. This inaugural community event was fun for all. Enjoy the video and come on out and join the fun the next time the Witches Fly!