The annual Haunted Hayride at H.G. Harder's Park will be Friday Oct. 23 and Saturday Oct. 24 this year. The event features dozens of haunted sites along the wooded walking trail at the park. It's always a family friendly, affordable event and we look forward to scaring the dickens out of everyone again this year!
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County Pier gets new Webcam

County Pier gets new WebcamVisit Panama City Beach is offering people from anywhere in the world the opportunity to see a high definition view from the county's M.B. Miller Pier.

Viewers can control and aim the camera for 40 seconds at a time, choosing from 10 pre-set views, and will also be able to see time-lapse replays of the previous day's sunset. Click the link below to try it out.
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Bay County Veterans Day Parade Nov. 11

Bay County Veterans Day Parade Nov. 11 The Bay County Board of County Commissioners, with assistance from the Bay County Veterans Council, will host Bay County's annual Veterans Day Parade at 9:30 a.m. Nov. 11 in Panama City.

The parade, a tribute to military veterans, begins at the intersection of Harrison Avenue and West 13th St. and proceeds south on Harrison Avenue and then right, heading west on 11th Street. The parade will pass in review in the front of the Bay County Government Center, located at 840 W. 11th St., followed by a short ceremony.

Bill Gobat, Lt. Colonel, USMC (Ret) will serve as the Master of Ceremonies. The guest speaker will be Commander Douglas W. Huggan, of Naval Support Activity Panama City. The ceremony will also include a soloist, Panama City Pipes and Drums, and Mosley High School Marine Corps JROTC.

FEMA grant funding comment period open

FEMA grant funding comment period open The public is invited to comment regarding Bay County's application for three grants to the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Florida Division of Emergency Management. Please click the link below to learn more about the grant applications and how to submit comments.
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