2016 Saenger Classic Movies Announced

July 7, 2016

The votes have been tallied, triple checked and the selections have been made following the Pensacola News Journal survey for the Saenger Classic Movie Series. This is the fourth season for the wildly successful series. This…


Popular radio host Branden Rathert in Columbia, MO

July 7, 2016

Whatever happened to Branden Rathert, the award-winning afternoon drive host for News Radio 1620? Rathert is the Morning Host of “Wake Up Columbia” at KSSZ (“HotTalk 93.9 The Eagle”) in Columbia, Missouri. In 2011, Rathert won…

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Sherri Myers to be honored

July 6, 2016

Pensacola Councilwoman Sherri Myers will be honored at the Center for Independent Living’s 2016 Annual Awards & Volunteer Recognition Luncheon. Myers will be presented with Joe Oldmixon Award for her lifetime of service to people with…


Catholic HEART Workcamp comes to Brownsville

July 5, 2016

Over 100 teens from across the country will participate in a week-long Catholic HEART Workcamp (CHWC) July 18-22. The participants will be housed at Gulf Breeze Middle School and St. Ann Catholic Church in Gulf Breeze,…


PETA honors Pensacola Police Department

July 5, 2016

A Compassionate Police Department Award is on its way from PETA to the Pensacola Police Department after officers rushed to save a puppy who was crying in distress from inside a parked car last week. Officers…

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Volunteers sought for ReadingPals

July 5, 2016

According to Studer Community Institute, 34 percent of Escambia County children fail kindergarten readiness tests. This deficiency often continues and correlates closely to the 27 percent of Escambia County students who do not graduate from High…


Lecture: How railroads shaped Pensacola

July 1, 2016

Pensacola Heritage Foundation’s ReDiscovery Lecture Series continues on Thursday, July 14, 2016, featuring John Appleyard speaking on the subject of “How railroads shaped Pensacola, 1870 – 1970 . . . from the Pensacola & Louisville to…


SCI announces Be the Bulb winners on Thursday

June 28, 2016

Quint and Rishy Studer will award $50,000 on Thursday to the winners of the Be the Bulb challenge. The Studers announced in January a campaign to give $50,000 for the best ideas to improve early learning…