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The Fish House releases its Pensacon commercial

The Fish House releases its Pensacon commercial

Great Southern Restaurant Group has released its Pensacon commercial:

DEP has $6 million available for stormwater projects

DEP has $6 million available for stormwater projects

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is soliciting grant applications for projects that reduce or eliminate nonpoint source pollution. Nonpoint source pollution, such as stormwater runoff, is pollution that results from many widespread sources rather than a single distinct origin. The [...]

Millennials lag behind in economic recovery

Millennials lag behind in economic recovery

Generation Opportunity, a national, non-partisan youth advocacy organization, released last week its January 2015 Millennial Jobs Report The data is non-seasonally adjusted (NSA) and is specific to 18-29-year-olds: The effective (U-6) unemployment rate for 18-29-year-olds, which adjusts for [...]

Hazy outlook for medical pot legislation

Hazy outlook for medical pot legislation

By DARA KAM THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Proposals by two Republican lawmakers to legalize medical marijuana have a slim chance of passing this legislative session, based on the comments of a Senate committee chairman who helps control the fate of that chamber's measure. Rep. Greg Steube, [...]

Levin family donates $1 million for new downtown YMCA

Levin family donates $1 million for new downtown YMCA

The YMCA of Northwest Florida announced this morning that the Levin family has made a $1 million gift to support the construction of its new facility in downtown Pensacola. The gift is a combined donation from Fred Levin and Teri Levin. “This new YMCA will help create an even more vibrant [...]

Breaking news: Pensacola firefighters ratify contract

Breaking news: Pensacola firefighters ratify contract

The Pensacola firefighters union ratified last night the proposed collective bargaining agreement, 72 yes votes to 28 no votes. The agreement will now go before the Pensacola City Council for approval.

City of Pensacola has homeless programs waiting for action

City of Pensacola has homeless programs waiting for action

The city of Pensacola paid consultant Robert Marbut $30,000 to facilitate its Task Force on Improving Human Services and develop a set of recommendations on how the city should deal with its homeless populations. Dr. Marbut, who has worked on developing solutions for other areas in Florida, was [...]

SoGo has special Valentine’s Day promotion

SoGo has special Valentine’s Day promotion

The merchants of SOGO (South of Government) are holding their monthly SOGO Saturday, Feb. 14 from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. with a special Valentine and Mardi Gras theme, “We want everyone to start off their Valentine’s Day the right way, the SOGO way,” said Shannon Pallin, owner of Fiore of [...]

Downtown hit with string of burglaries

Downtown hit with string of burglaries

On the day I post a story about crime soaring in Okaloosa County, Pensacola Police report a rash of burglaries in downtown Pensacola on Monday. The burglaries are believed to have occurred between 10 p.m. Sunday and 2 a.m. Monday at businesses on Tarragona and Main streets. The burglaries [...]

Inweekly contributes to Daily Brew

Inweekly contributes to Daily Brew

Press Release: With a week and a half left until the launch of BlabTV’s The Daily Brew, hosts Carly Borden and Willie Spears are announcing the addition of their community contributors, who will appear on the show as roundtable guests and offer insight and commentary. For the past several [...]

Move to Amend group to address Pensacola City Council on Thursday

Move to Amend group to address Pensacola City Council on Thursday

Northwest Florida Move to Amend is continuing its campaign to appeal to Pensacola City Council to adopt a resolution in favor of a 28th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, that simply, clearly and unequivocally establishes that the People of the United States of America reject the U.S. Supreme [...]

Crime moves to the east as Okaloosa makes soaring crime list

Crime moves to the east as Okaloosa makes soaring crime list

24/7 Wall St. published its list of "Top 9 Cities Where Crime is Soaring." The Crestview-Fort Walton Beach-Destin metro area made the list at No. 8: > 5-year increase in violent crime rate: 40.2% > Violent crime per 100,000 (2009): 294.8 > Violent crime per 100,000 (2013): 413.2 > Murders [...]

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