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A cautious optimism prevails at child protection summit

A cautious optimism prevails at child protection summit

By MARGIE MENZEL THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA New money, a new leader and a sweeping new law had Florida's child-welfare professionals and foster parents feeling cautiously optimistic at their annual gathering this week. After nearly two years of turmoil, the 2,650 attendees at the Department [...]

Born Learning Trail ribbon cutting at Legion Field, Sept. 10

Born Learning Trail ribbon cutting at Legion Field, Sept. 10

The Early Learning Coalition of Escambia County and City of Pensacola Neighborhood Services Department will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Born Learning Trail at Legion Field, part of the Theophalis May Resource Center. The public is invited to attend. The Born Learning Trail, developed [...]

Dragons are coming, Sept 6

Dragons are coming, Sept 6

Inaugural Dragon Boat Festival to support Gulf Coast Kid’s House Come out to Bayview Park on September 6, 2014 beginning at 9AM for the inaugural Pensacola Dragon Boat Race and Festival, benefiting Gulf Coast Kid’s House. The event is hosted and organized by Northeast Pensacola Sertoma and [...]

PSC Receives $1 Million Gift from Lamar, Reilly and Switzer Families

PSC Receives $1 Million Gift from Lamar, Reilly and Switzer Families

On behalf of the Lamar, Reilly and Switzer families, Pensacola philanthropists Bobby, Charlie and John Switzer presented Pensacola State College President Edward Meadows and the District Board of Trustees with a $1 million gift today. As the lead gift, the $1 million goes toward construction [...]

31st Annual Semper Fi Charity Run, Sept 6

31st Annual Semper Fi Charity Run, Sept 6

The Marine Corps Aviation Association announced the date for the 31st annual Semper Fi Charity Run/Walk. The Semper Fi run will be held on Naval Air Station Pensacola. The USATF sanctioned race will start near Radford Gymnasium and feature a scenic route throughout the Naval Base. Post race [...]

MESS Four Dollar Days in September

MESS Four Dollar Days in September

Starting in September, the Pensacola MESS Hall is introducing a new incentive for families to try out and explore exhibits and mess kits designed to spark interest in Math, Engineering, Science, and Stuff. On Four Dollar Fridays, admission is only $4 per person, ages 3 and up, every Friday in [...]

Help Inweekly investigate local web trolls, cyber bullying and cyber harassment

Help Inweekly investigate local web trolls, cyber bullying and cyber harassment

Internet trolls, cyber bullying and cyber harassment are getting more attention in the media. Oftentimes the attackers take advantage of software or online services to hide their identities from their victims. Males victims are usually slammed with comments and posts that are either homophoic or [...]

Stubblefield heads REAP, will hold Community Leadership Program on Sept. 3

Stubblefield heads REAP, will hold Community Leadership Program on Sept. 3

Al Stubblefield, former CEO of Baptist Hospital, has taken on a new role as President of Re-Entry Alliance Pensacola, Inc. (REAP) and is inviting community leaders to join him for a special Community Leadership Program on Wednesday, Sept. 3, at the Baptist Medical Park on 9 Mile Road at 8:30 a.m. [...]

In Hot Pursuit 5K set for Nov. 15

In Hot Pursuit 5K set for Nov. 15

The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office’s 7th Annual ‘In Hot Pursuit’ 5K is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 15 on Pensacola Beach. Over the past seven years the run has become famous for its fun beach course and the best door prizes around. Most importantly, all proceeds from the race will go to [...]

Cool idea: Subway Kids Marathon Opens Registration…and Jared is coming

Cool idea: Subway Kids Marathon Opens Registration…and Jared is coming

What’s a twelve-week marathon? It’s a special kid’s marathon for children ages 5-12 in which participants can run, walk, or wheel-chair 25 miles over twelve weeks at school or home, and ends with a final 1.2-mile run following the Pensacola Marathon on November 9, 2014 at 12:30 p.m. Upon [...]

Ingrams welcome baby girl

Ingrams welcome baby girl

State Rep. Clay Ingram and his wife Leslie welcomed Lydia Kathleen --9 lbs, 6 oz. baby girl --to their family yesterday. Momma and baby are doing fine. Dad? Who cares?

World Renew coming to assess flood-related needs

World Renew coming to assess flood-related needs

BRACE and the Escambia County Long-Term Recovery Group have requested the services of a national disaster recovery group to determine who in the community will not be able to rebuild and recover without assistance. A team of World Renew volunteers will conduct one-on-one interviews with flood [...]

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