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Chamber cancels identify theft seminar….or at least that’s who we think sent us the message

The Greater Pensacola Chamber has canceled its Identity Theft seminar today due to the extreme weather. Check its website for updates.

ECUA and ECAT sit it out today

There will be no garbage pick up today and ECAT will not run its bus routes. From ECAT: ECAT BUS SERVICE IS CANCELLED DUE TO SEVERE WEATHER CONDITIONS Late Tuesday night, Escambia County was placed under a local state of emergency as a response to the severe weather front that has [...]

Local governments and schools are closed

Escambia County and city of Pensacola offices are closed today. Schools in Santa Rosa and Escambia counties are also closed. I made it downtown, but Garden Street is bad. Stalled cars line the street. Stayed to WCOA and WEAR TV for updates.

State Emergency Response Center activates to Level 2

The State Emergency Operations Center in Tallahassee activated to Level Two in response to the severe weather and flooding in the Florida Panhandle. The State Emergency Response Team will continue to monitor the situation, and provide support to counties impacted by the storm. “It is [...]

Crist and Scott in Dead Heat

Crist and Scott in Dead Heat

By Dara Kam and Brandon Larrabee, The News Service of Florida A new poll finds Gov. Rick Scott and Democratic challenger Charlie Crist in a dead heat and, with more than 10 percent of voters undecided, sets the stage for an already-brutal campaign expected to get uglier over the next seven [...]

BP tar balls still washing on to Escambia County beaches

BP tar balls still washing on to Escambia County beaches

On the day after the fourth anniversary of the BP Deepwater Horizon explosion, Florida Department of Environmental Protection collected 439 tar balls on area beaches. That was just one day by one person. Read BP & The Real State of the Gulf – Pollution Report for Monday, April 21, 2014.

BP and Coast Guard halt last of the shoreline cleanup operations

BP and Coast Guard halt last of the shoreline cleanup operations

Sunday, April 20 is the fourth anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon explosion. Yesterday, BP sent out a press release that said the U.S. Coast Guard has ended patrols and operations in Louisiana. Similar operations ended in Florida, Alabama and Mississippi in June 2013. “Reaching this [...]

Party on the Plaza Before the Pensacola Ice Flyers Game tomorrow

Party on the Plaza Before the Pensacola Ice Flyers Game tomorrow

The Party on the Plaza is back to celebrate the Pensacola Ice Flyers Game 1 of the SPHL Championship Finals. Arrive early for the festivities before the game this Thursday, April 10th at Pensacola Bay Center. Party begins at 4:30 pm on the front plaza near the box office and will continue [...]

‘Party Down South’ begins filming…in Athens, Ga.

‘Party Down South’ begins filming…in Athens, Ga.

The Red & Black reports that the CMT reality show 'Party Down South' has begun filming in Athens, Ga. ---home to the University of Georgia. The town hasn't warmed up to the show, at least not in the early filming From the article: Party Down South” has not met the warmest reaction in [...]

Bill’s Birthday Bash at NY Nick’s…really it is at NY Nick’s on April 23

Bill’s Birthday Bash at NY Nick’s…really it is at NY Nick’s on April 23

The Southeastern Teen Shakespeare Company (SETSCO) is celebrating Shakespeare’s 450th birthday with a fundraiser for their upcoming production of The Taming of the Shrew. Tickets for the fundraiser will go on sale April 7, 2014. The company will hold a party for Shakespeare on his birthday at [...]

Varona issues statement

Statement from Robert de Varona on Judge Gary Bergosh ruling that Varona Enterprises has sixty days to vacate Airport leasehold property: "Today Eloise and I are grateful that the court has taken a stand for the rule of law and for the practice of fairness. For months, this process has become a [...]

Clash brewing over bid to revive vouchers

Clash brewing over bid to revive vouchers

By Brandon Larrabee, The News Service of Florida The sponsor of a Senate measure that would help parents pay for education services for disabled children suggested Wednesday that she was not interested in adding an expansion of the state's de facto voucher program to the bill. The comments by [...]

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