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It’s official, same sex marriages begin at courthouse on Tues.

Escambia County Clerk of Circuit Court to Begin Issuing Same Sex Marriage Licenses on Jan. 6 Pam Childers, Escambia County Clerk of Circuit Court and Comptroller, announced today that effective Tuesday, January 6, 2015, her office will begin issuing same sex marriage licenses in accordance with [...]

Q quits Jan. 1 …update: quits today, will not run tomorrow

Q quits Jan. 1 …update: quits today, will not run tomorrow

The Q Downtown Trolley Completes Holiday Plan Downtown Pensacola’s mode of free transportation completes its holiday plan on December 31, 2014. The Q, downtown’s lunchtime trolley service thanks all who used its service during the holiday season. “The downtown trolley has been great [...]

Jackson’s Steakhouse makes 2014 Golden Spoon Hall of Fame

Jackson’s Steakhouse makes  2014 Golden Spoon Hall of Fame

Press Release: Jackson's Steakhouse, Pensacola Florida was once again recently recognized as one of Florida's best places to dine with Florida Trend's 2014 Golden Spoon Hall of Fame award. The annual Golden Spoon winners and Hall of Fame members appear in a 15-page special section in the December [...]

Local Kickstarter campaign promotes performance apparel and will give back to youth sports

Local Kickstarter campaign promotes performance apparel and will give back to youth sports

Pensacola resident Todd Fisher has launched a Kickstarter campaign for his line of performance apparel, GetHooked. "We are gaining some momentum on Kickstarter and have raised nearly $2,300 of our $6,000 target," said Fisher. "Our community driven business partnership model seems to be [...]

College bowl games are boon for Florida economy

College bowl games are boon for Florida economy

Upcoming college football playoffs and postseason games are expected to bring additional revenue to state and local economies, according to the latest Economic Commentary from Florida TaxWatch, the independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit public policy research institute. Florida is hosting eight of the [...]

Update on Airport Concessions

Update on Airport Concessions

Pensacola Chief Operations Officer Tamara Fountain told Inweekly that the long-awaited new food vendors at the Pensacola International Airport will open next year in three stages. The Pre-security concessions - Einstein's Bros. Bagels and Pensacola Beach House - are set to open the week of Jan. [...]

Weekend Buzz: Valentino tape edited,Facebook gets another employee fired

Weekend Buzz: Valentino tape edited,Facebook gets another employee fired

Sheriff David Morgan sent the Florida Ethics Commission his formal response to ex-County Commissioner Gene Valentino's complaint against him. Of the four complaints made by Valentino, the one that has received the most attention in the media concerns is a voice message the sheriff left the [...]

Scott declares Jobs victory

Scott declares Jobs victory

By JIM TURNER THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Gov. Rick Scott declared Friday that Florida has reached his 2010 campaign goal of creating 700,000 jobs within seven years, as the state's unemployment rate was posted at its lowest rate since May 2008. Four years ago, Scott's jobs pledge was [...]

Studers drop out of CMPA RFP presentations

Studers drop out of CMPA RFP presentations

Yesterday afternoon, the Studers' attorney, Scott Remington, sent a letter to the CMPA executive director, Ed Spears, and the board's attorney, Lisa Minshew, withdrawing their response to the CMPA Request for Proposals for the parcels at the maritime park. "Based on the discussion at the [...]

Clay Ingram to head Greater Pensacola Chamber

Clay Ingram to head Greater Pensacola Chamber

Today, the Greater Pensacola Chamber Board of Directors announced that Clay Ingram has been elected to serve as the Chamber's new president & CEO. Ingram, who was unanimously voted by the Board to oversee all operational aspects of the Chamber, will begin his new role on Jan. 5, 2015. "Clay [...]

CMPA rejects childcare facility at the park

CMPA rejects childcare facility at the park

The Community Maritime Park Associates Board rejected yesterday a proposal from Quint Studer for two parcels at the maritime park. Last month, Studer Community Investments responded to a Request for Proposals for parcels at the park. The company was the only one who proposed specific plans for [...]

DIB offers free parking next week

DIB offers free parking next week

The Downtown Improvement Board (DIB) is offering a gift to last minute shoppers venturing Downtown the week of Christmas: Free Parking. In effect from Dec. 22 through Dec. 26, all surface lots and parking meters will be free of charge to Downtown holiday shoppers, excluding Jefferson Street [...]

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