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Past due receivables at the Port of Pensacola continue to grow

As of November 30, the Port of Pensacola had accounts receivable totaling $506,393--with $109,935.04 that's over 120 days and due from NWF Cold Storage. The frozen chicken exporter owes a total of $215,854. The Pate's other company Pensacola Stevedoring owes the city $103,827--with $40,903 over 60 [...]

Gulf Winds opens downtown Pensacola location

Press Release: Gulf Winds Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce that a new downtown branch is officially open for business. The new convenient branch is located at 400 West Garden Street, on the corner of West Garden Street and North Reus Street. To better serve the members of Gulf Winds [...]

Three Pensacola restaurants receive Golden Spoon awards. Two named to Hall of Fame

Global Grill, Jackson's Steakhouse and McGuire's Irish Pub have been awarded Golden Spoon awards by Florida Trend. Jackson's and McGuire's were named to the Golden Spoon Hall of Fame. All three are listed the December edition of Florida Trend.

Well, well, Olive Garden is not laying off workers because Obama won. LOL

In October, Fox News reported that a second Obama term would guarantee the president’s health care law will be fully implemented. It said Darden Restaurants, which owns Red Lobster, Olive Garde and LongHorn Steakhouse, would have to layoff workers or shift to more part-time employees to avoid the [...]

Santa Rosa Beach lands new employer

DEFUNIAK SPRINGS -- MarJam Supply Company – a seller and distributor of building materials in 12 states to East Coast customers – will expand its Florida operations with a new site in Santa Rosa Beach. The expansion will bring about 12 jobs with annual wages averaging more $41,143, which [...]

Studers Announce National Development Team for Maritime Park Office Project

Press Release: Blue Wahoos owners Quint and Rishy Studer today announced the development team for their estimated $12 million office building to be built at the Maritime Park. The team is made up of real estate and community development experts from Pensacola and beyond, all boasting national [...]

Enterprise Florida announces $1.5 million in Defense Infrastructure Grants

Press Release: The state of Florida has awarded $1,581,245 in Defense Infrastructure Grants for fiscal year 2012-13 (July 1 – June 30) to local community organizations that support Florida military installations. The grants work to protect a $60 billion economic impact and more than 686,000 [...]

Airport Director Crawford exits for Charlottesville

Press Release: Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward announced today that Melinda Crawford, Director of the City-owned Pensacola International Airport, will leave to take a position as the Executive Director of Charlottesville Albemarle Airport (CHO) in Charlottesville, Virginia. “Melinda has been a [...]

Sacred Heart selects Carol Carlan to head foundation

Press Release: Carol Carlan, a successful Pensacola business executive and long-time community leader, has been selected as the next president of the Sacred Heart Foundation. Starting December 29, Carol will succeed Dr. Henry Roberts who is retiring as the foundation’s president after [...]

Number of homeless children continues to grow in Escambia, Santa Rosa and statewide

The Florida Department has released its annual report on the number of homeless children in our public school systems. The state of Florida had its largest jump in homeless children in the six years that state has tracked homelessness -- 30 percent from 49,112 kids for 2009-2010 to 63,685 for [...]

Fresh Market set to open Dec. 12

Fresh Market set to open Dec. 12

Press Release: The Fresh Market, Inc. (NASDAQ: TFM) will expand its presence next month with a new store in Pensacola, marking the company’s 31st store in the state of Florida. [...]

Critics question the wisdom in constantly rebuilding coastal communities

The New York Times has an article today on the tens of billions of tax dollars that have been spent on subsidizing coastal reconstruction in the aftermath of storms. New York, New Jersey and other states hit hard by Hurricane Sandy may require $30 billion in federal funds to rebuild. I think we can [...]

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