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Sansing gives details on IPC meeting with Hizer and the role of PNJ in it

Sansing gives details on IPC meeting with Hizer and the role of PNJ in it

The daily newspaper has hammered away at the Greater Pensacola Chamber and its chairman Sandy Sansing for telling its former CEO, Jim Hizer, that his employment contract would not be renewed at an evening meeting at the Irish Politicians Club inside McGuire's Irish Pub. What the Pensacola New [...]

Downtown tech park, not longer tech

Mayor Ashton Hayward is asking the Pensacola City Council to amended the PEDC Interlocal agreement that will allow the PEDC to market the property between Aragon and the Pensacola Bay Center to any business, not just technology companies. Originally the site was to be the home of Appriver and [...]

Chef Emeril Lagasse showcases The Fish House, Joe Patti Seafood and McGuire’s tomorrow (Watch preview)

Chef Emeril Lagasse showcases The Fish House, Joe Patti Seafood and McGuire’s tomorrow (Watch preview)

On his television show "Emeril’s Florida," celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse will feature tomorrow restaurants from the Pensacola area. “This unique series, hosted by Chef Emeril, gives viewers the chance to experience some of the best food Florida has to offer,” said Carol Dover, President [...]

UWF hires USM official for first Chief Diversity Officer

This notice was sent to the University of West Florida staff: I’m pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Kim LeDuff as the university’s new Chief Diversity Officer. As Associate Vice Provost for Equity, Diversity and International Affairs, Dr. LeDuff will have overarching responsibility [...]

Local Food World stores sold to Greer

The judge in Belle Foods’ bankruptcy case has approved the sale of seven stores to six buyers. According to bankruptcy court filings, Food World stores in Mobile, Ala., and in Pensacola, Fla., will go to Mobile-based Autry Greer & Sons, operator of 30 Greer’s Market and Cash Saver [...]

BP CEO wants to get back to business as usual. Not so fast, Dudley

BP CEO wants to get back to business as usual. Not so fast, Dudley

BP CEO Robert Dudley laments what he sees as public hatred for oil companies in the United States and claims other nations love the oil industry. He said that he expected to have the Deepwater Horizon explosion and the oil spill behind them by now, but blames the British oil giant's troubles on [...]

Chamber surveys market for aviation/aerospace workers

Press Release: In an effort to establish a workforce case for the aviation/aerospace industry, the Greater Pensacola Chamber has launched a campaign to attract, recruit and grow existing companies within the region. Ranking second among states for aviation and aerospace establishments, Florida [...]

Randy Hammer retires

Randy Hammer, former executive editor of the Pensacola News Journal, has announced his retirement as president and publisher of the Asheville Citizen-Times, which is also owned by Gannett. Read more.

2013 ECAT Ridership swells

Press Release: Mid-Year Numbers Reflect Strong Community Demand for Public Transportation – Representatives from Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT) are pleased to announce ridership numbers for the first half of 2013 are up 3.5 percent over the same period 2012. From January to June of [...]

Locals buy daily newspaper

Locals buy daily newspaper

The Boston Globe now has local owners. John W. Henry, the owner of the Boston Red Sox, has offered to purchase The Boston Globe, along with The Worcester Telegram & Gazette and other properties, from The New York Times Company for $70 million in cash in a deal that will close in a month or two. [...]

Belmont-DeVilliers Mural Project Set to Begin Fall 2013

This fall, the DeVilliers Cultural Heritage Society will kick off a Cultural Heritage Mural Project on the walls of Gumbo Gallery at 314 North DeVilliers Street. The first mural will depict the business history of the gallery's building, located immediately south of Five Sisters Blues [...]

Patients will pay more for their medical records under proposed rule

Press Release: A national copy company has asked the Florida Board of Medicine to allow Floridians to be charged $1 per page for copies of their medical records, which in many instances would be more than triple the amount now charged. The copy industry, spearheaded by industry leader HealthPort [...]

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