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SoGo has special Valentine’s Day promotion

SoGo has special Valentine’s Day promotion

The merchants of SOGO (South of Government) are holding their monthly SOGO Saturday, Feb. 14 from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. with a special Valentine and Mardi Gras theme, “We want everyone to start off their Valentine’s Day the right way, the SOGO way,” said Shannon Pallin, owner of Fiore of [...]

Inweekly contributes to Daily Brew

Inweekly contributes to Daily Brew

Press Release: With a week and a half left until the launch of BlabTV’s The Daily Brew, hosts Carly Borden and Willie Spears are announcing the addition of their community contributors, who will appear on the show as roundtable guests and offer insight and commentary. For the past several [...]

TPO meets tomorrow on long range transportation plan

TPO meets tomorrow on long range transportation plan

The Florida-Alabama Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) will hold a public meeting Feb. 11 at 3 p.m., in the Escambia County Board of County Commission Chambers, 221 Palafox Place in Pensacola. The Technical Coordinating Committee (TCC) and Citizens’ Advisory Committee (CAC) will meet [...]

PYP looks for Operations Director

PYP looks for Operations Director

The Pensacola Young Professionals (PYP) are looking for an Operations Director to supports the overall strategic plans and operational duties of the organization. Here is the job description: PYP - Operations Director Job Description 2015.

Studers form umbrella to cover BLAB, Pensacola Today and Studer Community Institute

Studers form umbrella to cover BLAB, Pensacola Today and Studer Community Institute

The Studer cadre of corporations has added another layer. In a press release today, it was announced that Studer Communications will the "umbrella organization that encompasses BLABTV, the website PensacolaToday.com, and the Studer Community Institute, formerly known simply as Studer Institute. [...]

Weigh in on tourism plans for Escambia County

Weigh in on tourism plans for Escambia County

Visit Pensacola has launched Destination 2020, a community project for the planning and development of a 5-year strategic plan for Escambia County. A large part of that plan involves gathering perspectives from community members. There are four dialogue sessions planned. The first two are today [...]

Underhill to speak to Gulf Coast Economics Club

Underhill to speak to Gulf Coast Economics Club

The Gulf Coast Economics Club has announced Escambia County Commissioner Doug Underhill will speak at its Wednesday, Feb. 18 meeting. In his civilian role, Commissioner Underhill has taught Joint Cyberspace Planning and Targeting at every Geographic Combatant Command. He now serves as a Senior [...]

The Florida Chamber 2015 Agenda calls for less taxes, less regulations and more water

The Florida Chamber 2015 Agenda calls for less taxes, less regulations and more water

The Florida Chamber of Commerce today unveiled its 2015 Competitiveness Agenda and announced it will focus its resources and expertise to advance a jobs, growth and opportunity agenda. The press release said, "The Florida Chamber’s 2015 Competitiveness Agenda is Florida’s business agenda to [...]

DIB offers free parking for pre-Valentine’s Day shopping

DIB offers free parking for pre-Valentine’s Day shopping

The Downtown Improvement Board is free parking for Valentine' Day shoppers on Thursday, Feb. 12 and Friday, Feb. 13. from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free parking includes all on street parking, public lots and Jefferson Street Parking Garage. The free parking will not apply to any "Special Events [...]

Four-laning Hwy 90 around Navy Federal Credit Union in FDOT budget

Four-laning Hwy 90 around Navy Federal Credit Union in FDOT budget

By JIM TURNER THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Gov. Rick Scott's drive to attract more people and businesses to Florida means the need for lots of cement and asphalt. Jim Boxold, who Scott promoted to transportation secretary last month, expressed confidence Thursday that Scott's $9.9 billion [...]

CMPA approves 99-year lease for proposal hotel and luxury apartments

CMPA approves 99-year lease for proposal hotel and luxury apartments

The Community Maritime Park Associates Board of Trustees approved yesterday an lease agreement for a new master developer who promises to investment $65 million into the waterfront park across from Pensacola City Hall. Miami-based developers MCM-BAP said they will build on Parcel 4, which is [...]

Gov. Scott proposes $673 million in cuts in taxes and fees

Gov. Scott proposes $673 million in cuts in taxes and fees

Gov. Rick Scott unveiled a proposed $77 billion budget yesterday morning at the AP Legislative Planning Session. His "Keep Florida Working Budget" for 2015-16 uses nearly all of the reported $1 billion surplus on taxes and fees cuts --$673 million--and an increase in education spending and cuts [...]

20th Annual Multicultural Job Fair at Pensacola State College on Feb. 7

20th Annual Multicultural Job Fair at Pensacola State College on Feb. 7

Pensacola State College is hosting the 20th Annual Multicultural Job Fair from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Feb. 7, at the Delaino Student Center, Building 5, on the Pensacola campus. The public is invited to meet with more than 30 Northwest Florida employers actively looking for talented [...]

Chicago group announces intent to purchase Studer Group

Chicago group announces intent to purchase Studer Group

The Chicago-based Huron Consulting Group announced today on its website its intent to purchase the Studer Group for $325 million,paid via $323 million in cash and $2 million in Huron common stock. The transaction is expected to close next month. "The healthcare industry is facing immense [...]

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