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Florida has over 1.3 million signed up for Obamacare

Florida has over 1.3 million signed up for Obamacare

Nearly 7.5 million consumers selected a plan or were automatically re-enrolled through the HealthCare.gov platform as of Jan. 30, 2015, including 1,339,791 in Florida. Today’s Weekly Enrollment Snapshot for the first time also includes people who selected a plan or were automatically [...]

Gaetz sponsors bill to encourage dentists in needy areas

Gaetz sponsors bill to encourage dentists in needy areas

Finally a Senate bill from Northwest Florida that doesn't involve guns. Sen. Don Gaetz, R-Niceville, has filed a proposal that would create a program to provide financial help to dentists who work in areas of Florida that lack adequate dental care. The proposal (SB 606) would provide money [...]

Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital encourages vaccinations

Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital encourages vaccinations

Pediatric specialists from The Children’s Hospital at Sacred Heart are encouraging community members to vaccinate themselves and their children to protect against a measles outbreak, which has infected more than 100 people across 14 states. In the past two weeks, four cases of measles have been [...]

PSC offer low cost dental hygiene clinic

PSC offer low cost dental hygiene clinic

The Dental Hygiene Clinic at Pensacola State College’s Warrington campus offers low cost preventive dental hygiene services to the public. Oral cancer screening, teeth cleaning, x-rays, fluoride treatments and sealants are some of the services offered. The clinic does not provide fillings, [...]

Viewpoint: State of Local Healthcare Past Ridiculous

Viewpoint: State of Local Healthcare Past Ridiculous

By Suzie Farthing, RN I am incredibly frustrated with the state of healthcare in our community. Things have gotten past the point of being ridiculous. I can speak with confidence regarding this matter, because I am a seasoned registered nurse and long-time Escambia County resident. My [...]

Pensacola Rotary Clubs honor Local Photographers with Service Award

Pensacola Rotary Clubs honor Local Photographers with Service Award

Local photographers and videographers Billie and Robert Nicholson of Rusty Buggy Enterprises, Inc. were presented with a Vocational Service Award by the Pensacola Rotary Clubs at a meeting of the Cordova Rotary on January 15th, 2015 at Gulf Coast Kids House in Pensacola. The husband and wife team [...]

Studer Institute hires PYP exec

Studer Institute hires PYP exec

The Studer Institute announced today that Rachael Gillette will become its Director of Professional Development, effective Feb. 2. Gillette, former executive director for Pensacola Young Professionals, has worked in not-for-profit organizations in the Pensacola area for eight years. Prior to [...]

The Arc Gateway PALS kicks off its first semester at Pensacola State College

The Arc Gateway PALS kicks off its first semester at Pensacola State College

The Arc Gateway in partnership with Pensacola State College has created a unique program to help individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities attend college. Graduates will exit the program ready to live and work independently in the community. WHO:Don Gaetz, Florida State [...]

Mardi Gras Gourmet Dinner Night to benefit St. Michael’s Cemetery Foundation, Feb. 13

Mardi Gras Gourmet Dinner Night to benefit St. Michael’s Cemetery Foundation, Feb. 13

On Friday, February 13, Culinary Productions, Inc. will host a “Noche de Los Muertos” Mardi Gras Gourmet Dinner Night from 6:30 p.m. – until at 5Eleven Palafox (located at 511 S. Palafox St.) to benefit the St. Michael’s Cemetery Foundation of Pensacola, Inc. The event will include a [...]

Kids for Camp 2015 Kick-Off Meeting, Feb. 3

Kids for Camp 2015 Kick-Off Meeting, Feb. 3

Autism Pensacola is kicking off the Kids for Camp 2015 application period with an informational meeting at 6 p.m. February 3, in the Pollak Training Center, Arc Gateway, corner of Fairfield Drive and 10th Avenue. The meeting will give interested families an overview of Camp, along with [...]

Women’s Civic Forum: Sherri Myers, A Life Dedicate to Civil Rights

Women’s Civic Forum: Sherri Myers, A Life Dedicate to Civil Rights

Councilwoman Sherri Myers will be the speaker at the next Women’s Civic Forum at 11:45 a.m. on Jan. 21, at the IHMC, 40 South Alcaniz Street. Diana Mack, founder of the organization, said in email to the media, "Pensacola City Councilwoman Sherri Myers has a fascinating story to tell about her [...]

Deputies Recognized for Florida First Responder Appreciation Week

Deputies Recognized for Florida First Responder Appreciation Week

Last night the Escambia County Board of County Commissioners recognized January 5-9 2015 as Law Enforcement Appreciation Week and issued a Proclamation thanking area first responders and their families. Accepting the proclamation on behalf of all the grateful men and women of the Escambia County [...]

Pensacola Opera loses executive director to Philadelphia

Pensacola Opera loses executive director to Philadelphia

Press Release: Pensacola Opera’s Board of Trustees has accepted the resignation of Executive Director Erin Sammis effective as of January 27, 2015. Sammis has been offered the opportunity to advance her career through the position of Director of Major Gifts and Opera Philadelphia. Sammis began [...]

Catholic Charities gets new CEO

Catholic Charities gets new CEO

Press Release: After a comprehensive search and careful consideration, the Board of Directors of Catholic Charities of Northwest Florida, Inc. is proud to announce the hiring of our new President/CEO, Christopher Root. He has a Master of Social Work and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, [...]

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