Archive of: Panama City Area

Issue

Title

Foreign Investors Love U.S. Manufacturing October - November 2016
The Bleeding Edge August - September 2016

The Bleeding Edge

Randall Shepard turned his real-world experience into a focus on global asset tracking and monitoring that has helped the military and world businesses keep track of their goods.

Taking Flight December - January 2015

Taking Flight

The Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport opened with great fanfare in 2010.

Urban Planning April - May 2015

Urban Planning

The old Bay County airport in Panama City is being transformed into a multi-use development called SweetBay.

From Shack to Biological Supply House February - March 2015

From Shack to Biological Supply House

Celebrating 50 years in business, Panacea’s Gulf Specimen Marine Laboratories has come far from its start-up days in a ramshackle shack. Today it’s an internationally known biological supply house.

Having Deja Brew? December - January 2014

Having Deja Brew?

Deja Brew Coffee Shop in Panama City Beach makes sure its coffee beans are fresh roasted — and some even come from owner Jerry Williams’ own Costa Rican farm.

Prognosis: It’s Morning in Florida August - September 2014

Prognosis: It’s Morning in Florida

Dr. Neal Dunn has spent decades taking care of his patients. Now he has a new one to work on — the state of Florida.

A Hurdle Cleared June - July 2014

A Hurdle Cleared

Hopes run high that Panama City’s takeover and makeover of the local marina will help spur redevelopment in the area.

Looney Birds April - May 2014

Looney Birds

Bay County saves base and jobs by landing ‘more mission’.

With Opening of its Technology Center, Gulf Coast State College Moves Focus to Jobs December - January 2013

With Opening of its Technology Center, Gulf Coast State College Moves Focus to Jobs

The $35 million state-of-the-art Advanced Technology Center at Gulf Coast State College will have major regional implications for employment.