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Hayward pushes EDATE renewal

On Nov. 6, Pensacola voters will be asked to renew the Economic Development Ad Valorem Tax Exemption. Mayor Ashton Hayward has sent out this viewpoint in favor of renewal. City EDATE renewal last on the ballot but first tool for jobs By Ashton Hayward This fall, City of Pensacola voters [...]

Readers tell what happened at Gallery Night

We asked readers for their takes on how the Pensacola Police Department handled the re-opening of Palafox at 9 p.m. at the end of the October 19 Gallery Night. The opinions are on both ends of the spectrum. Many expressed support for keeping the street closed until midnight. One reader emailed [...]

Grand jury clears TEAM Santa Rosa of any criminal charges

The Santa Rosa County Grand Jury has completed its review of numerous allegations involving TEAM Santa Rosa, which handled the county's economic development efforts until this year. The grand jury returned a No True Bill, meaning it found insufficient evidence for the filing any criminal [...]

Studer Group Ranked Fourth on 2012 Best Small and Medium Workplace List

Press Release: Great Place to Work named Studer Group as one of the best small and medium workplaces in the United States on their annual 2012 Best Small & Medium Workplaces list, published today in FORTUNE magazine. Ranked #4, the list recognizes companies that have exceptional workplace cultures. [...]

Engineers give Florida infrastructure in Coastal areas a D-

To balance the state budget over the past few years, the governor and state legislators have raid the state's transportation trust fund. A new report from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Florida Section shows the price of such short-sightedness is that Florida’s infrastructure has [...]

Area foreclosure rate double national rate

Foreclosure rates in Pensacola-Ferry Pass-Brent increased for the month of August over the same period last year, according to newly released data from CoreLogic, a leading provider of consumer, financial and property information, analytics and services to business and government. The rates were [...]

Fresh Market seeks local produce and products

Fresh Market seeks local produce and products

Fresh Market is hosting an open house for Vendor Product Pitch Day on Wednesday, Nov. 7 to give locals a chance to have their products sold at the new Pensacola location. Press Release... Pensacola, Fla. (October 19, 2012) – Since opening in 1982, The Fresh Market® has made the support of [...]

Port has huge growth in exports, but is not getting paid

Port has huge growth in exports, but is not getting paid

The October report from Enterprise Florida on the state's exports has good news for the Pensacola area and,according to port supporters, for the Port of Pensacola. The top Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) in growth of exports from 2007 to 2011 was Pensacola-Ferry Pass-Brent (142.2 [...]

Report on FDOT hearing on the route of the new Pensacola Bay Bridge. Toll or no toll

The Florida Department of Transportation will consider feedback from locals when deciding the blueprints of a new Pensacola Bay Bridge, tentatively set to begin construction between 2017 and 2018. A meeting was held last night at the Pensacola Civic Center to allow the public to see drawings of [...]

Weekend news roundup: trial, Airbus, Impact, new website

Weekend news roundup: trial, Airbus, Impact, new website

1. Last trial on Okaloosa County Sheriff kickback schemes Former Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office employee Randall Holcombe faces court today in Pensacola charges for racketeering and grand theft charges--the last trial involving Sheriff Charlie Morris' bonus kickback schem. Morris’ [...]

Foreign Delegation Dollars

Recently returned from scouting out business interests in Germany, Escambia County Commissioner Gene Valentino told the commission this morning to expect visits from foreign delegations checking out the area. The commissioner found a receptive audience as he requested $150,000 to better lure the [...]

See new logo for Pensacola Bay Center, formerly known as simply Civic Center

See new logo for Pensacola Bay Center, formerly known as simply Civic Center

Press Release: Pensacola Civic Center is evolving. SMG, the management company of the venue, presented their plan to the Escambia County Commissioners this morning. They voted unanimously to rebrand the venue with a new name and a new logo, changing from Pensacola Civic Center to Pensacola Bay [...]

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