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Buzz: Ashley M. to appear on Oprah

We have heard that Ashley Markham, daughter of the late Bud & Melanie Billings, will appear on Oprah next Thursday, Sept. 24.

IN Coverage of Hurricane Ivan

IN Coverage of Hurricane Ivan

Here are some of articles from five years ago on Hurricane Ivan and our community's recovery: Ivan and Bush Hit Home Staring Ivan in the Eye Images of Ivan Behind the Scenes Outtakes 9/23/04 Winners & Losers

Okaloosa County rollsback tax rate

The Northwest Florida Daily News reports that Okaloosa County commissioners have reduced their property tax rate to make it the second-lowest millage rate in Florida - 3.28. The Escambia County millage rate is 6.976---more than double. Okaloosa County does have an MSTU for its unincorporated [...]

McCollum Announces New Policy On Public Records

McCollum Announces New Policy On Public Records

Press Release: Attorney General Bill McCollum today announced a new policy championing open government and transparency. As of today, the Attorney General’s Office will treat Blackberry PIN messages and Blackberry text messages as public records by automatically retaining those messages that [...]

Cohen’s CRA reimbursement memo

You asked for: City Council Memo re CRA Reimbursement

Pensacola Shakespeare Theatre formed

Pensacola Shakespeare Theatre formed

The Board of Directors for The Pensacola Shakespeare Theatre has been formed, and will be led by Michael Jasek, Assistant Dean of Students at UWF. Kevin Kern, asst. professor of Theatre at UWF, will serve as the Artistic Director. Got this email from Kevin: 'Our biggest news is that our [...]

Renovated downtown library, instead of new

Renovated downtown library, instead of new

The daily newspaper reports that there will be no new downtown Pensacola library built if the Pensacola City Council approves the advisory board's recommendation to renovate instead. The renovated library will have a 16,000-square-foot addition built where the old Spring St. fire station [...]

Charter will go to referendum

Two months after it was presented to the Pensacola City Council, the council voted unanimously to allow a referendum on the proposed new city charter. Two months...which is about as fast as this council can do anything. There are still two more public hearings on the exact wording of the [...]

Aronberg: Elect someone who wants to be AG

Aronberg: Elect someone who wants to be AG

State Sen. Dave Aronberg (D) was in town yesterday to meet and greet locals as he campaigns for Florida Attorney General. Dee Dee Ritchie, Corbet Davis, Ray & Valerie Russenberger and Brian & Crystal Spencer hosted the event held at Jewelers Trade Shop. Aronberg, age 38, represents a district [...]

Listen to Pelicans, eat BBQ

Press Release The Pensacola Pelicans will take on the Lincoln Saltdogs in a best of five series to determine the American Association Champion. The Pelicans are hosting a listening party for game two at Pelican Park on Wednesday, September 9 on the 3rd Base Party Deck beginning at 7:05 p.m. [...]

PNJ needs help

PNJ needs help

PNJ reporter Sean Dugas needs help. He is looking for people who have purchased The Beatles: Rock Band today.Email him at sdugas@pnj.com. Tell him that Rick Outzen sent you.

Century public record problem

It's now officially an epidemic. The Florida Sunshine Law problems have spread even to Century. NorthEscambia.com reports that Councilman Henry Hawkins requested town records related to the now defunct Helicopter Technology and other town financial business last December. Hawkins has yet to [...]

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