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Pink Slime Time

The Escambia County Commission is about to wade into the slime. Pink slime. During their meeting this Thursday, commissioners will consider a resolution in favor of labeling meat products that contain “lean finely textured beef”—otherwise known as “pink slime.” Commissioner Grover [...]

NOLA leaders: Our city wants a daily printed paper

Twenty-two members of the Newhouse family, which owns the Times-Picayune, received this letter yesterday. It’s signed by Archie Manning, James Carville, Mary Matalin, Wynton Marsalis, Cokie Roberts and others. Nearly a half century ago, your family invested in the future of New Orleans by [...]

Eastern Gulf Lease Sales

Lease sales 225 and 226. Those are the ones to watch. Those are the sales in the Easter portion of the Gulf of Mexico off of Florida’s coast. On June 28, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced the Proposed Final 2012-2017 Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Program. [...]

Beach traffic continues to improve

Beach traffic continues to improve

The vehicle count for the Bob Sykes Bridge at Pensacola Beach continues to show improve over 2011 and 2010: 2012 Fri, 7/6: 16809 Sat, 7/7: 24304 Sun, 7/8: 19022 TOTAL: 60,135 2011 Fri, 7/8: 20334 Sat, 7/9: 18855 Sun, 7/10: 16405 TOTAL: 55,594 2010 Fri, 7/9: [...]

Kickstarter: Back to the Bees

Kickstarter: Back to the Bees

By Stephanie Sharp... There’s no denying the charm of East Hill Honey. Local, sustainable, healthy and organic raw honey? All the buzzwords are working in the Van Horn family’s favor. The budding company is bustling with business and--in an effort to keep up with growing product [...]

Reconnect Disconnect

Reconnect Disconnect

Today’s meeting at Pensacola City Hall was billed as a Complete Streets Workshop, but the primary issue on everyone’s mind was much more specific. After a broad presentation by noted Complete Streets-guru Dan Burden, the floor was opened up for comment from the public, who cut straight to the [...]

Workshops Offered on August 1

The Small Business Development Center at the University of West Florida (401 E. Chase Street, Suite 100) is presenting a Brown-Bag Lunch on Wednesday, August 1, from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. entitled “Things to Know About Trademarks and Branding”.  Learn how to choose your trademark and how to [...]

Chick-fil-A has food truck

Chick-fil-A has food truck

source: guactruck.com It's in Washington, D.C. The truck will launch on July 9 and will serve lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday-Friday, with stops at Union Station, Farragut Square, Navy Yard, Metro Center and M Street. Each day’s exact location while be revealed that morning on the [...]

The Yogi and the Brewer

Both businesses on the southwest corner of Seville Square offer customers relaxation. The current mood in this nook of Pensacola’s historic district, however, is anything but relaxed. “What we’ve got is an issue with a couple of tenants butting heads with each other,” said Robert [...]

Government St.-Reconnect Public Meeting

The city of Pensacola tomorrow will host the first in a series of meetings to discuss the reconnection of East Government Street. The public meetings were planned after a number of residents living on the street showed up to a Pensacola City Council meeting in March and expressed concerns about [...]

Buzz: Pensacola goes after big Mobile employer

Buzz: Pensacola goes after big Mobile employer

The City of Mobile and its chamber are worried that Pensacola might lure away one its largest employers, according to the Mobile Register. The Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce CEO/President told the paper that a Pensacola delegation has been trying to recruit ST Aerospace Mobile and its more than [...]

Santa Rosa County says it is ready for Airbus

In a press release on Tuesday, July 3, the Santa Rosa Economic Alliance (formerly TEAM Santa Rosa) proclaimed that its county is ready for Airbus and its Tier-1 and Tier-2 suppliers. What does Airbus coming to Mobile mean for Santa Rosa County? According to press release, the $600 million [...]

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