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  • Will code violators see tougher penalties?

    A request to the Williston City Council to make its ordinance for non-compliant property owners a bit more punitive has resulted in a total re-write of the law.

    Bruce Schupp, the newly appointed member to the Board of Adjustments and Code Enforcement (BACE), took matters into his own hands and wrote Chapter 48 of the code to make it pack a punch for those who fail to follow the law.

  • Chapter 48 Revision
  • Semi collides with truck

    Zina Braddy, known for her infectious smile as a customer service representative at the Williston Winn Dixie, was seriously injured in an accident Jan. 4.

    According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Braddy, 53, of Bronson was traveling east on U.S. 27A in the outside lane when a 1998 Peterbilt semi, driven by Richard Allen Bryan, 48, of Williston, made a right turn from 140th Court directly into the path of Braddy’s 2003 GMC Sierra.

  • Seeking Miss Williston contestants

    The GFWC Williston Jr Woman's Club's Miss Williston 2017 is quickly approaching. I

    f you know of a young lady ages 4-6; 11-13 or 15-18, please contact Scarlett McGowan (352)558-4152 or mcgowan@ymail.com.

    Deadline to sign up is Tuesday, Jan. 17. 

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  • MLK Parade Saturday 10 a.m.
  • Williston receives $100k grant

    Williston Police Chief Dennis Strow believes when you find something good, you should share it.

    Monday, Strow and the city of Williston did just that when they hosted a dedication ceremony to share what $100,000 can do.

    The funds, made available through a USDA grant, came back to the city for the purpose of upgrading outdated technology equipment in the police department.

    The department also received a grant to purchase two fully equipped patrol vehicles.

  • 'It's time'

     

    For nearly two decades Mary Kline has been the face of the Williston Chamber of Commerce, but come this Sunday – New Year's Day – that changes as Mary slides into a well-deserved retirement with her husband, Darrell by her side.

    "I'm really ambivalent," she said her last full day of work, Dec. 22. "The closer I get to it, the more I wonder if I'll go crazy. But I am excited as a whole chapter is closing."

  • 'It's time'

     

    For nearly two decades Mary Kline has been the face of the Williston Chamber of Commerce, but come this Sunday – New Year's Day – that changes as Mary slides into a well-deserved retirement with her husband, Darrell by her side.

    "I'm really ambivalent," she said her last full day of work, Dec. 22. "The closer I get to it, the more I wonder if I'll go crazy. But I am excited as a whole chapter is closing."

  • 'It's time'

     

    For nearly two decades Mary Kline has been the face of the Williston Chamber of Commerce, but come this Sunday – New Year's Day – that changes as Mary slides into a well-deserved retirement with her husband, Darrell by her side.

    "I'm really ambivalent," she said her last full day of work, Dec. 22. "The closer I get to it, the more I wonder if I'll go crazy. But I am excited as a whole chapter is closing."

  • Ken Griner chosen rancher/farmer of the year

     Ken Griner is one busy man.