‘Escambia County’ Archives
SPECIAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Charles Wood Elected Chairman; Meeting to be set at in next two weeks Pensacola Junior College: Dr. June Line Pensacola Bay Area Chamber of Commerce: Charles Wood Perdido Key Chamber of Commerce: Dana Story Pensacola Downtown Improvement [...]
NorthEscambia.com has uploaded Commissioner Gene Valentino's DVD presentation. It lasts about ten minutes. Check it our here.
Sheriff David Morgan told a homeowners association on Saturday afternoon that the national gang founded in Los Angeles --The Bloods--- is in Escambia County. Bloods are are identified by the red color worn by their members. Over 50 members of the Lake Charlene Homeowners Association listened to [...]
The next joint meeting of the Escambia County Commission and Pensacola City Council has been set for May 19 at 4 p.m. No agenda has been posted, but we have heard Commissioner Valentino will present his economic development plan.
At least 170 Escambia County high school seniors may not receive their diplomas this spring after failing portions of the 10th-grade Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test in their last stab at the exam before graduation. 218 students retook the Reading test and only 22 percent passed. 72 [...]
The Arkansas Symphony Orchestra has named Christina Littlejohn, director of the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra, as its new executive director.
Former president of the Gulf Coast African-American Chamber of Commerce, Darnell Sims has been arrested for fraudulently obtaining almost $70,000 in state funds intended for affordable housing program. Sims is now the president and director of the not-for-profit Youthbuild Pensacola, Inc. He is [...]
A group of residents on Perdido Key are upset over the bingo parlor which has been approved by the planning board. Resident Eddie McMillan has filled an appeal with the Board of Adjustments which will be heard next Tuesday. The appeal is based on the assertion of McMillan and other residents [...]
The sign is up on the Gulf Breeze store. Publix know rules the local grocery market. The Food World locations in Pensacola will remain open.
The House and Senate are still wrangling out a settlement on gambling. Looks like they are at an impasse. Here's what the blogs are posting: Naked Politics/Miami Herald: Senate widens gamble divide; House abruptly walks out---On Tuesday, State Senate had offered to limit the options to just [...]
Former Okaloosa County Sheriff Charlie Morris like new cars, according to the Daily News. Morris went through 41 vehicles during the 12 years he spent in office. The shortest period he had a car was three days - 2006 Buick Lucerne that he traded for 2007 Chevrolet Impala. See List. Read article.
The Neighborhood Services Committee agenda has an item about Pastor Nathan Monk "Recently, the Saint Faustina Old Catholic Church of Pensacola, under the leadership of Pastor Nathan Monk, began meeting at Plaza Ferdinand for weekly religious services along with feeding members of the [...]