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Natural gas battle between Century and Pensacola heating up

Natural gas battle between Century and Pensacola heating up

courtesy NorthEscambia.com The Town of Century is locked in a battle with Pensacola Energy Services, the city of Pensacola's gas utility. PES has been providing natural gas to businesses and schools inside Century's franchise area. NorthEscambia.com reports that Century Mayor Freddie McCall has [...]

ECAT seeks feedback

Representatives from Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT) announced the start of the Comprehensive Operations Analysis (COA), a study of the routes, schedules and amenities that ECAT provides. Designed to evaluate the system’s existing operations, the COA will also consider priorities for [...]

BP must continue to pay business claims

BP must continue to pay business claims

The U.S. Court of Appeals in New Orleans rejected yesterday the BP's request to maintain a temporary halt on payments to businesses that can’t prove they were directly damaged by its 2010 oil spill. BP wanted the suspension of claims to continue while it appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court. In [...]

A.B.C. Beverage Tastings schedule set

A.B.C. Beverage Tastings schedule set

Press Release: Atlas Oyster House is proud to present our next installment of Atlas Beverage Classes (A.B.C.). This semester we will be focusing on handcrafted beers as well as featured spirit brands and our newest addition - cocktails with Josh Goldman, our very own beverage director. In addition [...]

Credit unions join forces to finance another Innisfree hotel

Credit unions join forces to finance another Innisfree hotel

Press Release: Navy Federal Credit Union and Pen Air Federal Credit Union have announced their latest joint commercial loan project, the Holiday Inn Resort on Fort Walton Beach, Fla., owned and operated by Innisfree Hotels, Inc. This marks the credit unions’ second exclusive joint venture with [...]

Florida Chamber hands out grades for local lawmakers

The Florida Chamber of Commerce today released the actual grades earned by all members of the House and Senate on the Florida Chamber’s 2014 Legislative Report Card. For the Panhandle region, six legislators earned “A” grades: Senate President Don Gaetz Rep. Doug Broxson Rep. Marti [...]

BP says it will appeal to Supreme Court

BP says it will appeal to Supreme Court

Reuters is reporting that BP said today that it will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to review a court ruling concerning the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, which forces the company to pay some businesses for economic damages without the businesses having to prove the spill caused their losses. On [...]

ECUA offers media tour to new recycling facility

ECUA offers media tour to new recycling facility

ECUA issued a press release stating it has continued to provide recycling services to its customers for the past month, despite the loss of its local processing facility. "Through this time, we’ve persisted in our search for a qualified vendor for the processing of recyclables, and now that [...]

BP loses appeal, must start paying business claims

BP loses appeal, must start paying business claims

Yesterday the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in New Orleans refused to reconsider its decision that businesses do not have to prove they were directly harmed by the oil spill to get settlement payouts. This means the claims process, which has been suspended since a ruling in December [...]

Pensacola area named Top 10 Destination list

Pensacola area named Top 10 Destination list

Pensacola has made it onto ConventionSouth magazine’s 2014 Top 10 list of the “South’s Five-Star Destinations for Military & Public Service Groups.” The cities on the list were chosen for their all-American patriotic spirit, appreciation discounts, patriotic festivals and attractions, and [...]

Innovation Awards: Deadline moved to June 15

Innovation Awards: Deadline moved to June 15

The Innovation Awards application deadline has been extended to June 15, 2014, due to the recent historic flooding in Northwest Florida. High-tech companies have a little more time to get their big idea off the drawing board. Open to businesses and entrepreneurs across the Southeast, the 2014 [...]

Forum: The Impact of a Living Minimum Wage, May 28

Forum: The Impact of a Living Minimum Wage, May 28

The Pensacola Area Coffee Party and the League of Women Voters of the Pensacola Bay Area present a Public Forum: "The Impact of a Living Minimum Wage:" Wednesday, May 28, 2013 6:30 PM Pensacola Public Library Main Branch 239 North Spring Street, Pensacola, FL The Pensacola Coffee Party [...]

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