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Mayor Hayward says FDOT has agreed to adjust 5-yr plan to fund VT-MAE project

Mayor Hayward says FDOT has agreed to adjust 5-yr plan to fund VT-MAE project

Around 6 p.m. yesterday, Mayor Ashton Hayward sent out an "Upwords" newsletter on the VT-MAE project at the Pensacola International Airport. At the end of March, we had reported that the FAA had turned down a request for $3.5 million grant for a runaway extension to the proposed hangar for [...]

Mike Papantonio inducted into Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame

Mike Papantonio inducted into Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame

Mike Papantonio, #1 on the 2014 Power List, was recently inducted into The Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame, which is hosted by Temple University. Here is his HOF write-up: Mike Papantonio is a senior partner at Levin Papantonio, one of the largest plaintiffs’ law firms in America. He has worked [...]

Federal courthouse to get Congressional attention

Federal courthouse to get Congressional attention

Rep. Bill Shuster (R-PA), chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, will be in Pensacola tomorrow to inspect the Federal Courthouse. As the daily newspaper has reported, the courthouse is dangerously infested with mold and in need of immediate repairs. The GSA is [...]

TaxWatch argues for improving infrastructure to help tourism

TaxWatch argues for improving infrastructure to help tourism

Florida TaxWatch has a new report out that additional infrastructure investments across the state are needed - primarily in the Miami, Orlando and Tampa areas - to sustaining Florida's positive tourism growth. Tourism employed approximately 1.09 million Floridians in 2013 and has created one job [...]

Silver Airways adds a daily afternoon flight to NOLA

Silver Airways adds a daily afternoon flight to NOLA

Looking for a quick New Orleans gateway? If you can convince your boss that you've got an afternoon meeting on the other side of town, you can catch Silver Airways 3:18 p.m. flight, starting on June 16. However, getting back to Pensacola before the next work day won't be possible. Weekday return [...]

Watch out, Visit Pensacola. Bay County is going after sports tourism, too

Watch out, Visit Pensacola. Bay County is going after sports tourism, too

While Visit Pensacola studies sports tourism and tries to convince the Board of County Commissioners of its importance, the Bay County Tourist Development Council’s approved a master services agreement with The Sports Force, a design and consulting firm specializing in sports complex [...]

NAIOP hold Annual Economic Update May 13

NAIOP hold Annual Economic Update May 13

The Northwest Chapter of the NAIOP, the commercial real estate development association, will hold its Annual Economic Update 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. May 13 at the Corrine Jones Community Center on Sanders Beach. The speakers will be Mark D. Waterhouse, CEcD and Rick Harper, Ph.D. They address [...]

Inweekly and Visit Pensacola join Twitter chat on Florida Gulf Coast travel destinations

Inweekly and Visit Pensacola join Twitter chat on Florida Gulf Coast travel destinations

FlipKey, area expert cohosts--including Inweekly and Visit Pensacola--and select TripAdvisor Media Group brands will be chatting about favorite spring travel destinations around the world. The chat begins at 11 a.m. today. How do I join the conversation? Easy. Just tweet using the hashtag [...]

Baptist named to 150 Great Places to Work list

Baptist named to 150 Great Places to Work list

Press Release: Baptist Health Care (BHC) earned a spot on the 2015 Becker's Healthcare 150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare" list for the second consecutive year. BHC is the only health care provider in the area to earn a spot on the list. The list was developed through nominations and [...]

PS Podcast: Lumon May shares stories about his father, the late Rev. Theophalis May

PS Podcast: Lumon May shares stories about his father, the late Rev. Theophalis May

Theophalis May (1927-2006) was a Pensacola architect, builder and minister. He is credited with many of the restorations in the downtown Pensacola historic district. We got Commissioner Lumon May to appear on Pensacola Speaks and talk about the legacy of his father.

SoGo Saturday tomorrow

SoGo Saturday tomorrow

Press Release: Looking for something to do on a beautiful, spring Saturday? Come and enjoy Pensacola’s beautiful downtown with the merchants of the SOGO District. On Saturday, April 11, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the merchants of SOGO will be holding their monthly SOGO Saturday. The streets will [...]

Mayor says separation of CMPA executive director a mutual decision

Mayor says separation of CMPA executive director a mutual decision

Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward appeared this morning on the "Morning Show" on News Talk 1370 WCOA. Jim Sanborn, co-host of the show, asked the mayor if Ed Spears, the CMPA executive director since 2006, was fired or did he resign. The mayor said, "I think it was a mutual agreement where we both [...]

Pensacola Beach House at airport gets noticed

Pensacola Beach House at airport gets noticed

Open only four months, the Pensacola Beach House at Pensacola International Airport has already won recognition. TRAVEL+LEISURE Magazine ranked the airport eatery ninth on its “12 New Airport Restaurants That Make Going Through Security Way More Rewarding”. Congratulations goes to the [...]

Pensacola airport adds direct flight to Jacksonville

Pensacola airport adds direct flight to Jacksonville

Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward joined representatives from Silver Airways and Visit Pensacola today at Pensacola International Airport (PNS) as Silver launched new service between Pensacola and Jacksonville International Airport (JAX), with connecting service to Fort Lauderdale (FLL). Silver [...]

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