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NorthEscambia: Century and Pensacola lock horns over natural gas

NorthEscambia.com reports the Town of Century has finally received the records it requested from Pensacola Energy to investigate how the city of Pensacola has encroached into the small town's franchise area. Pensacola Energy currently provides natural gas service 47 of customers within the Town [...]

New GM for WEAR TV 3 named

New GM for WEAR TV 3 named

MarketWatch reports that Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. has announced that J.C. Lowe, who was Sinclair's General Manager in Birmingham, will become the General Manager of WEAR (ABC) and WFGX (MyNet) in Pensacola. In making the announcement, Steve Marks, Co-Chief Operating Officer of Sinclair's [...]

Payday Lending Town Hall Meeting

Payday Lending Town Hall Meeting

The Raise Florida Network in collaboration with Community Enterprise Investments, Inc. (CEII), Zion Hope Primitive Baptist Church, and the Friendship Primitive Baptist Church will hold a Town-Hall Meeting on the impact of Payday Lending in Pensacola. A recent report conducted by the Florida [...]

Local Fox TV affiliate, WALA-TV, sold

Local Fox TV affiliate, WALA-TV, sold

RTT News reports that Meredith Corp. has agreed to buy the broadcast assets of WALA-TV, the Fox affiliate in Mobile-Pensacola, from Media General, Inc. for about $86 million subject to certain purchase price adjustments. The deal will close when Media General's merger with LIN Media LLC and the [...]

Harper joins Studer Institute

Harper joins Studer Institute

The Studer Institute and the University of West Florida have created a partnership that will allow Rick Harper, the University of West Florida’s assistant vice president of economic development, to become Director of the Institute. The Institute’s President and CEO Randy Hammer announced [...]

University of Oregon retweets my column

University of Oregon retweets my column

UO Journalism & Comm ‏@UOsojc: Newsrooms in the age of digital metrics: @routzen: Quality journalism can't be measured by social media clicks http://sojc.co/1oK3rJI -- Nice

Tin Cow expands to Tallahassee

Tin Cow expands to Tallahassee

Joe Abston is bringing his unique hamburger joint to the state capital. The Tallahassee Democrat reports Abston and Mike Weeks of Pensacola have leased the former site of AJ's Sports Bar & Grill at 1800 W. Tennessee St. in Tallahassee and will open The Tin Cow there. Read more.

Unemployment rate holds steady in Florida

Unemployment rate holds steady in Florida

By JIM TURNER THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Florida's jobless mark continued its steady run through 2014, holding at 6.2 percent from June to July, the state Department of Economic Opportunity announced Friday. The numbers indicate there were about 1,600 fewer people employed in July in [...]

Internet trolls attack daughter of Robin Williams

Internet trolls attack daughter of Robin Williams

Zelda Williams shared her thoughts and emotions about her recently-deceased father, Robin Williams, on Twitter. Forbes reported that the tweets were "little more than a quotation and a brief message to her father." She was almost immediately attacked by what has become known as trolls--web thugs [...]

PNJ publisher leaving town, too

PNJ publisher leaving town, too

The PNJ is reporting that its publisher, Terry Horne, announced he will be leaving Pensacola to become West Group Regional President for Gannett. No known connection to Castille also leaving the city of Pensacola. Maybe Horne didn't do so well in the re-interview....or maybe he did extremely well [...]

Studer named Healthcare Visionary

Studer named Healthcare Visionary

Modern Healthcare will honor next month Quint Studer, founder of Studer Group, with its first-ever Healthcare Marketing Visionary IMPACT Award. The special award was created to recognize each year an outstanding individual who has effectively and ethically advanced public understanding of [...]

Pensacola leads state in Payday loans

Pensacola leads state in Payday loans

Greater than one-in-three payday loans made in the state of Florida are done in the Pensacola, according to a study by the Research Institute on Social Economic Policy at Florida International University. Florida's payday lending industry is a $2.85 billion business. "The region with the [...]

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