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PS Podcast: Cyndi Warren on Impact 100

PS Podcast: Cyndi Warren on Impact 100

On Pensacola Speaks, Cyndi Warren with IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area talks about its 2015 Membership Drive that successfully concluded with a record of 1060 members.

Florida Senate takes Charlotte’s Web into its own hands

Florida Senate takes Charlotte’s Web into its own hands

By DARA KAM THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Facing another legal challenge to the state's attempt to craft a framework for a medical-marijuana industry, a Senate committee moved forward Tuesday with a measure that would jump-start the process after hearing from dozens of speakers who objected that [...]

Outzen Selected for National Children’s Hospital Photo Exhibit

Outzen Selected for National Children’s Hospital Photo Exhibit

Press Release: A photograph taken by Cat Outzen, director of community outreach and children’s programs for The Children’s Hospital at Sacred Heart, has been selected for inclusion in the 2015 Children’s Hospitals Photo Exhibit, a national competition administered by the Children’s Hospital [...]

PS Podcast: Scott Satterwhite talks about ‘Punk Rock Doc’

PS Podcast: Scott Satterwhite talks about ‘Punk Rock Doc’

On Pensacola Speaks, Scott Satterwhite talks his cover story, "The Punk Roc Doc."

Charlotte’s Web hearing set for April 14

Charlotte’s Web hearing set for April 14

Administrative Law Judge Elizabeth McArthur has scheduled an April 14 hearing in a legal challenge to a proposed regulatory framework for Florida's new medical-marijuana industry, according to a document posted on the state Division of Administrative Hearings website. The case challenges a [...]

IMPACT 100 breaks Million Dollar ceiling

IMPACT 100 breaks Million Dollar ceiling

IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area, a local women’s philanthropy group, is pleased to announce that its 2015 Membership Drive has successfully concluded with a record of 1060 members. The organization will give back to the community by awarding 10 grants of 106,000 each to non-profit agencies in [...]

Kugelman Family commits $150,000 to the downtown YMCA

Kugelman Family commits  $150,000 to the downtown YMCA

Press Release: The Kugelman Family Foundation has committed $150,000 to the YMCA of Northwest Florida toward the construction of a new facility in downtown Pensacola. The family’s gift continues their legacy of giving back to local community organizations, a practice that the late Jack [...]

PS podcast: Rusty Branch on Gulf Coast Enterprises and LeaP

I had senior moment and introduced Rusty Branch as Rusty Wells, but he recovered nicely. We talked about Gulf Coast Enterprises, the largest private employer of persons with disabilities in Northwest Florida and his visit to Tallahassee with this year's Leadership Pensacola class. Pensacola [...]

Walk to Cure Arthritis set for May 9

Walk to Cure Arthritis set for May 9

The 2015 Walk to Cure Arthritis is happening on Saturday May 9th, at the Community Maritime Park. The goal is $22,5000. Our Walk to Cure Arthritis goal is $22,500 With less than 60 days remaining we’ve really got a job ahead of us. Using social media to fundraise is easy! Log in and you can [...]

The Choral Society of Pensacola Presents ‘Viva Mozart!’

The Choral Society of Pensacola Presents ‘Viva Mozart!’

The Choral Society of Pensacola concludes its 2014-15 Season with a concert titled “Viva Mozart!” This evening of music celebrating the genius of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart takes place at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 18, 2015 at Cokesbury United Methodist Church, 5725 N. 9th Ave. The [...]

Inweekly 2009: The Domestic Violence Epidemic

Inweekly 2009: The Domestic Violence Epidemic

Sue Hand, director of the Northwest Florida Favor House, shared with me in early 2009 that one in four women in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties would be domestically abused at some point. Inweekly took on the story. The cover -- artwork by our art director Samantha Crooke -- created a [...]

Hayward to deliver Meals on Wheels

Hayward to deliver Meals on Wheels

The Council on Aging of West Florida announced yesterday that Mayor Ashton Hayward is joining them for Community Champions Week, an initiative to raise awareness about the Meals On Wheels program and its benefits to seniors in our community. “Council on Aging of West Florida has been an [...]

Mobile Aerofest honors veterans next weekend

Mobile Aerofest honors veterans next weekend

Mobile Aerofest has announced a number of activities that will bring the veteran and civilian communities together as part of Aerofest EXPO, that will be taking place throughout the festival on March 20 and 21. These activities include the Hero Games which are designed to demonstrate the [...]

Manna and Winn Dixie team up

Manna and Winn Dixie team up

MANNA Food Pantries is teaming up with Winn-Dixie for a four week in-store Community Donation Program to raise funds and awareness for the hungry in Northwest Florida. Customers and supporters are encouraged to visit their local Winn-Dixie and donate at any store register now through March 31, with [...]

Pensacola City Council backs off on staff and panhandling

Pensacola City Council backs off on staff and panhandling

In a four-hour meeting, the Pensacola City Council voted to hire former City Manager Al Coby not as its administrator, as recommended by Council President Andy Terhaar. Instead, it voted, 7-0, to hire him for six months to help them develop their staff. Councilman Larry Johnson was absent from the [...]

Child dies while state wrangles with Charlotte’s Web rules

Child dies while state wrangles with Charlotte’s Web rules

On March 4, a 10-year-old boy died. Isaac had been battling severe seizures for years. His parents, Ben and Emily Carew, were part of the grassroots effort that got Charlotte's web legalized in hopes it would help their son deal with intractable epilepsy. Unfortunately the Florida Department of [...]

Advocate questions need to expand panhandling laws

Advocate questions need to expand panhandling laws

Nathan Monk, a local advocate for the homeless, has concerns over the city of Pensacola considering stricter panhandling laws and only partially repealing the homeless ordinances passed in 2013. “My biggest concern is from a Constitutional perspective,” Monk told Inweekly. “I think it is [...]

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