The store at the corner of Palafox Place and Garden Street is empty.
Per Pensacolagasprice.com, the retail pump prices around 30 cents below where they were last month and the same day last year; Pensacola Today: $3.236 One Week Ago: $3.295 One Month Ago: $3.521 One Year Ago: $3.567 oops, there goes another wingnut issue to blame on President Obama.
Moody's Investors Service has downgraded the rating of Pensacola Airport Enterprise's outstanding revenue bonds from A3 to Baa1. The downgrade is based on the airport's narrower financial margins, decreased liquidity and lack of a longer term airline agreement, which leaves it more vulnerable to [...]
In his 2004 book "The Vanishing Newspaper: Saving Journalism in the Information Age," Philip Meyer imagined “the final stages” of how a newspaper owner who wanted to exit the business but didn’t want to actually sell the title could get his money out of his investment. According to Meyer, [...]
The brief fall in beach traffic in April is a distant memory. The Santa Rosa Island Authority is reporting another strong weekend at the toll bridge: 2012 Fri 6/1 15693 Sat 6/2 23339 Sun 6/3 18103 TOTAL 57135 2011 Fri 6/3 16359 Sat 6/4 20353 Sun 6/5 [...]
Press Release: Visit Pensacola has completed its search for agencies of record to develop and implement an integrated marketing plan, including research, advertising and public relations, for the Pensacola Bay Area. After completing two thorough review rounds, a subcommittee of the Tourism [...]
Press Release: (Omaha, Neb., June 4, 2012) – West recently announced plans to hire more than 230 new, full-time, customer service representatives at its Pensacola office. These new positions offer many benefits, and West has just announced one more – an increased starting wage of $11 per [...]
Food trucks are the latest trend in dining. Austin, New Orleans and Atlanta have a variety of cuisine offered from food trucks. There are now even in Paris, according to the NY Times. It may time for the City of Pensacola to relax its rules. We have one at UWF, but it's fixed. Michael Carro is [...]
The disparity study currently being conducted for the city of Pensacola should be done by the end of June. Originally, the study was to wrap up in May. “Our hope is to present that to the council during the July meeting,” said city spokesperson Travis Peterson. Peterson attributed the [...]
This is the traffic count for Pensacola Beach, as per the toll bridge: 2012 438,444 2011 435,110 2010 407,911 2012 compared to 2011 +3,334 2012 compared to 2010 +30,533
By Stephanie Sharp... Today’s groundbreaking ceremony at the site of the new ECUA compressed natural gas fueling station took Pensacola one step closer towards being a greener city. The project, a partnership between the ECUA and ESP, will support the new CNG fleet vehicles that were purchased [...]
By Stephanie Sharp... In a press conference yesterday, Bentina Terry, Vice President of External Affairs and Corporate Services, announced, effective in July, the average customer can expect to see a $10 decrease on their 1,000 kilowatt-hours power bill. This $58.5 million rate decrease is the [...]