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Pensacola 311 blew Tanyard calls

January 9, 2017

The triggers for Inweekly and Emerald Coastkeepers’ investigation of the Government Stormwater Project in the Tanyards neighborhood were two phone calls made by resident Dr. Gloria Horning to the City of Pensacola’s 311 Service on Sunday,…

News Politics State & National News

Bondi headed to DC?

January 6, 2017

Weekly political notes from The News Service of Florida: By JIM TURNER THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Bloomberg Politics amped up speculation Thursday that Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi will soon leave her job to take…

Education

PSC student intern on Capitol Hall

January 6, 2017

Former Pensacola State College Student Government President Kaitlin Santiago has been selected as an intern for Florida House on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The eight-week program allows Florida college students to experience the workings of…

Business Pensacola

Visit Pensacola announces in-house events

January 5, 2017

“Let’s be honest, when’s the last time you stopped into the Visitor Information Center? It’s been a long time, if ever, right?! Here’s the thing, our VIC Centers are excellent in terms of beautiful displays, as…

Business

Southwest Airlines announces new summer weekend flights

January 5, 2017

From June 3-August 14, Southwest Airlines will offer new, non-stop weekend service to Denver International Airport (DEN) from the Pensacola International Airport. The carrier has also renewed its seasonal service to both Kansas City International Airport…

Environment Pensacola

Orange fencing goes up in Pensacola Tanyards

January 4, 2017

Good news. The orange construction fencing has been put up around Mayor Ashton Hayward’s Government Street Stormwater site. The fencing was installed a month after Inweekly first reported the conditions in the Tanyard neighborhoods adjacent to…