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Reminder: New Beginnings Art Show today

Reminder: New Beginnings Art Show today

“NEW BEGINNINGS” ART SHOW 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Angel’s Garden hosts the 17th annual “New Beginnings” Art Show, which will feature 75 of Pensacola’s local artists, musicians, and food. There will be free activities for kids, as well. Profits benefit the Favor House. The event will take [...]

ihatejoezauzaur.com Hill added to Pensacola Marathon

ihatejoezauzaur.com Hill added to Pensacola Marathon

Press Release: The Pensacola Sports Association (PSA) and Joe Zarzaur of the Zarzaur Law, PA firm are pleased to announce a new partnership which will enhance and encourage participants of the 2014 Pensacola Marathon and 2015 Pensacola Double Bridge Run. On November 9, 2014, the 10th [...]

Junior League presents 3rd Annual Red Haute Royale

Junior League presents 3rd Annual Red Haute Royale

Press Release: The Junior League of Pensacola invites the community to attend the 3rd annual “Red Haute Royale,” an evening of exciting casino-style games, prizes, entertainment and delicious food. The event will be held at the beautiful Scenic Hills Country Club on Friday, Oct. 3, 2014. [...]

Federal Grand Jury indicts Osceola County Deputy and four others in tax refund scheme

Federal Grand Jury indicts Osceola County Deputy and four others in tax refund scheme

Deputy Titus Lee Dixon, 48, Perrissa Dixon, 40, Orman Curtis Witherspoon, 40, Stefondra Monroe, 23, all residing in Kissimmee, Florida, and Katrina Pratt, 39, of Tallahassee, have been charged by a federal grand jury with conspiracy to commit wire fraud, theft of government funds, and aggravated [...]

Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival set for Nov. 6-16, honors Larry Butler

Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival set for Nov. 6-16, honors Larry Butler

The Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival celebrates its 30th birthday in style, presenting a memorable lineup of Grammy-winning performers and up-and-coming hit-makers Nov. 6-16 at venues in Perdido Key, Pensacola and along the Gulf Coast. The festival includes a tribute at 6:30 p.m. [...]

Registration open for 5th Annual Bras Across the Bridge on Oct. 12

Registration open for 5th Annual Bras Across the Bridge on Oct. 12

Press release: Baptist Health Care, Cox and Today's Soft Rock 94.1 are excited to announce the 5th annual Bras Across the Bridge on Sat., Oct. 11 starting at 8 a.m. Join us on the beach side of the Bob Sikes Bridge at The Grand Marlin. Our partners for this event include The Grand Marlin Restaurant [...]

Escambia High Football: Court denies petition for temporary emergency injunction

Escambia High Football: Court denies petition for temporary emergency injunction

Kevin and Cynthia Miller, parents of Terik Miller, asked Judge Ross Goodman to let their son complete his senior season on the Escambia High football team. The judge denied yesterday their request. A track coach at West Florida High had alleged in March that his coach, Willie Spears, was [...]

City Papers: Main Street Project Vol. 3

City Papers: Main Street Project Vol. 3

The last disk that we received on the Main Street Project has 707 pages, some of which were duplicates of memos, email, specs, etc. in the other volumes. Volume 3 has emails that show how Finance, Public Works and Engineering worked to shift expenditures to keep the project within its approved [...]

City opens today bids for advertising contract

The selection committee for RFP 14-022 Three Year Contract to Provide Advertising Services for Pensacola Energy meets today at 10 a.m. in the conference room located at the Pensacola Energy building, located at 1625 Atwood Drive. According to the email from the purchasing director, George [...]

American Community Survey shows we have slipped since 2010

American Community Survey shows we have slipped since 2010

The U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey shows that Escambia County median household income has dropped over the past four years. The gap between man and women on median annual wages did improve but both genders had their median wages decline since 2010. Median Household Income 2010 [...]

Rescheduled Hill-Kelly Drive-In Movie October 3rd

Rescheduled Hill-Kelly Drive-In Movie October 3rd

WHAT: The City of Pensacola Parks and Recreation Department will host the final Hill-Kelly Drive-In Movie of the season on October 3rd. This is a free and family-friendly event offered all summer long at Community Maritime Park. The original showing of Rio 2 was scheduled for July 18th and was [...]

Patronis selected for Public Service Commission

Patronis selected for Public Service Commission

special to IN When Gov. Rick Scott visited Pensacola this summer for a rally at a VFW hall, Jimmy Patronis introduced him to the crowd. That relationship has paid off for the Panama City lawmaker. Gov. Scott has named state Rep. Jimmy Patronis to a seat on the Florida Public Service [...]

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