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PS Today: Find out the story behind DIB Gallery Night alcohol decision

PS Today: Find out the story behind DIB Gallery Night alcohol decision

Downtown Improvement Board chairman John Peacock will come on Pensacola Speaks today at 5:30 p.m. to talk about DIB's vote to only beer and wine be sold on the street during Gallery Night. There is more to this story. Also T.S. Strickland will talk about his story on the lingering injuries from [...]

Breaking news:  Bayview Community Resource Center to be demolished

Breaking news: Bayview Community Resource Center to be demolished

Inweekly reporter Jeremy Morrison attended the first stop on Mayor Ashton Hayward's Flood Recovery Tour. At an informal press conference on Piedmont Road, Mayor Hayward said the Bayview Resource Center will be demolished. We will a full report on the Piedmont tour stop tomorrow morning. [...]

Ingram on Sine Die adjournment (podcast)

Ingram on Sine Die adjournment (podcast)

On Pensacola Speaks yesterday, State Rep. Clay Ingram said that he was shocked when Speaker Steve Crisafulli called for a Sine Die adjournment. "It was a shock," said Ingram. "There're mixed emotions. You have bills that you've worked on for months and months and months that have been courted, [...]

Pensacola Opera chosen for Yale Symposium

Pensacola Opera chosen for Yale Symposium

Pensacola Opera announced today that it has been selected by the Yale School of Music as a participant in the fifth Yale Symposium on Music in Schools, which will take place June 4–7 on the Yale campus. This year’s Symposium will focus on partnerships between professional music organizations [...]

R.I.P.:  Bills that died because of House adjournment

R.I.P.: Bills that died because of House adjournment

From Peter Schorsch of SaintPetersBlog.com Water legislation State Sen. Charlie Dean's massive water legislation package - SB 618 - will no longer see adoption into state law this year, in a session that was purported to be a landmark year for water policy. Speaker Crisafulli made [...]

UWF graduate named CEO and Executive Director of the National Court Reporters Association

UWF graduate named CEO and Executive Director of the National Court Reporters Association

The National Court Reporters Association, the country’s leading organization representing stenographic court reporters, captioners, and legal videographers, has announced that Michael S. Nelson, CAE, will take the reins as CEO and Executive Director of the association on June 1. Nelson brings [...]

PS podcast: PNJ editor gives insights into the ‘Victims Next Door’ series

PS podcast: PNJ editor gives insights into the ‘Victims Next Door’ series

Yesterday, PNJ executive editor Lisa Nellesson-Lara spoke on Pensacola Today about her paper's four-part series on child abuse, "Victims Next Door." The statistics are staggering--one of 14 children in Escambia County are victims of abuse. The PNJ forum on the issue that is scheduled for today [...]

LaRuby May wins D.C. race

LaRuby May wins D.C. race

LaRuby May is the new councilperson of Washington D.C. Ward 8 As late as midnight, Washington D.C. media called the Pensacola native's race for the Council Ward 8 seat too close to call. The sister of Commissioner Lumon May had 152-vote lead in a 12-person race. This morning May and her [...]

Women’s Civic Forum presents review of 2009 Pensacola City Charter May 7

Women’s Civic Forum presents review of 2009 Pensacola City Charter May 7

Press Release: In November 2009 City of Pensacola voters approved the adoption of a new city charter establishing a mayor-council form of government. In January 2011 the new government, in the person of an executive mayor, took office. Former City Councilmember Maren DeWeese, the first council [...]

Rick Wilson describes Clinton Foundation controversy as ‘turning the state department into a whore house for the Russian Mafia’

Rick Wilson describes Clinton Foundation controversy as ‘turning the state department into a whore house for the Russian Mafia’

GOP political strategist Rick Wilson come on "Pensacola Speaks" yesterday to talk about the controversy involving the Clinton family foundation. "I would describe it as the appearance of turning the state department into a whore house for the Russian Mafia," said Wilson. "These people went flat [...]

Ingram visits Pensacola Speaks today at 5:30

Ingram visits Pensacola Speaks today at 5:30

State Rep. Clay Ingram has agreed to come on NewsTalk 1370's Pensacola Speaks this afternoon at approximately 5:30 to talk about he "sine die" vote. Pensacola Speaks airs on News Talk 1370 WCOA Monday-Friday from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. You can call in and join the discussion – 850-478-3116. For [...]

House Speaker gives talking points on ‘Sine Die’ vote

House Speaker gives talking points on ‘Sine Die’ vote

To: Members of the Florida House of Representatives From: House Speaker Steve Crisafulli Re: Sine Die As a follow up to the Sine Die announcement made on the floor, I wanted to provide you with a few documents. Please see the latest response to the Senate on their Friday response to the [...]

Breaking news: Florida House flips out Senate, adjourns

Breaking news: Florida House flips out Senate, adjourns

From News Service of Florida: Amid a bitter impasse with the Senate about the budget and health-care issues, the House adjourned "sine die" about 1:15 p.m. Central. The adjournment came three days before the annual legislative session was scheduled to end. The Senate continued taking up bills [...]

PS today: Victims Next Door

PS today: Victims Next Door

On Pensacola Speaks today, PNJ Executive Editor Lisa Nellessen-Lara will discuss her paper's powerful four-part series on child abuse, "Victims Next Door." The issue is an important one and the daily is doing a great job tackling it.

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