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‘Invisible War’ wins two Emmys

‘Invisible War’ wins two Emmys

Tuesday night, the film "The Invisible War" won two Emmys -- one for Investigative Journalism and another for Best Documentary -- at the 35th Annual News & Documentary Emmy® Awards in New York City. We covered in April 2013 the issue of sexual assault in the military and this award-winning [...]

Taylor issues public apology over stolen campaign signs

Taylor issues public apology over stolen campaign signs

A PUBLIC APOLOGY TO MS. BARBERI & COUNCILMAN SPENCER City Council Candidate Mark Taylor Disagree’s With Actions From Two of His Campaign Volunteers I am still shocked by the revelation of these stolen signs, whether a misunderstanding occurred or not. I have never stolen anything in my life [...]

Reynolds still in negotiations with city of Petoskey

Reynolds still in negotiations with city of Petoskey

Former Pensacola City Administrator Bill Reynolds is still in contract negotiations with the Petoskey, Michigan City Council, according to the Petoskey News-Review. The council met last night in closed session to review a written legal opinion relating to the hiring process. Petoskey Mayor Bill [...]

Tallahassee hires city ethics officer

Tallahassee hires city ethics officer

Julie Meadows-Keefe has been hired as the ethics officer for the city of Tallahassee. Her job is to enforce stronger ethical standards for employees and elected officials. The Tallahassee City Commission in March approved the position that was recommended by a citizen's Ethics Advisory [...]

Breaking News: Seminole Booster Club official accused of misusing over half a million dollars

Seminole Boosters Chief Executive Officer and President Andy Miller announced today that Sanford Lovingood, comptroller at Seminole Boosters, has been terminated after allegedly misappropriating what is believed to be between $500,000 and $700,000. The alleged misappropriation was discovered [...]

Pensacola city politics takes another bad turn. Two arrested over sign theft

Pensacola city politics takes another bad turn. Two arrested over sign theft

From Pensacola Police Department: Two Pensacola women were arrested this morning after an investigation determined they removed campaign signs from a yard. Ann Regan, 66, of 424 E. Government St., was charged with petit theft and Wendy Labarge, 56, of 227 E. Intendencia St., was charged with [...]

Seville Rotary Arrogant Steak Cook Off, Oct. 24

Seville Rotary Arrogant Steak Cook Off, Oct. 24

Seville Rotary’s annual Arrogant Steak Cook Off will be held on Friday Oct. 24 at 5:30 pm at Seville Quarter. Teams of four will be provided steaks to prepare for event attendees in any manner they want. Both event attendees and the team of judges will judge the best steaks. Awards will be [...]

Webinar: Hot Tech Tools for Today’s Classrooms

Webinar: Hot Tech Tools for Today’s Classrooms

The WSRE Educational Services Department invites all teachers (K-12 and college) to register for the free webinar, Hot Tech Tools for Today’s Classrooms, which will be held Tuesday, October 14 from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Renowned education technology expert Leslie Fisher will host the webinar, [...]

BLAB TV conducting a talent search

BLAB TV conducting a talent search

Press Release: Have you ever dreamed of hosting your own talk show or working behind the scenes? Well get ready because BlabTV is hosting their first ever Talent Search. On October 24 and 25, at Pensacola’s downtown Saenger Theatre, local performers and creatives will have the opportunity to [...]

Homeless Task Force presents recommendations next week

Homeless Task Force presents recommendations next week

Robert Malbut will present next Monday to the Pensacola City Council the recommendations of the Task Force on Improving Human Services, which has been studying the city's approach to dealing with its homeless population. Malbut will present five recommendations for consideration. It's unknown [...]

EHS player will get an expedited hearing process

EHS player will get an expedited hearing process

The parents of Terek Miller, one of the Escambia High football players declared ineligible by the Florida High School Athletic Association, will get an expedited hearing process. The First District Court of Appeal granted their motion today. Answer briefs shall be filed by no later than 5:00 [...]

Saunders promoted at UWF to oversee academics and operations

Saunders promoted at UWF to oversee academics and operations

In response to the recent "No Confidence" vote by the faculty senate, UWF President Dr. Judy Bense has appointed Martha Saunders the Provost and Executive Vice President of the University of West Florida. Dr. Saunders will serve as both the Chief Academic Officer and Chief Operating Officer of [...]

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