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University of West Florida Upcoming Events, March 23-29

University of West Florida Upcoming Events, March 23-29

Environmental Studies Seminar: Beach Nesting Shorebirds; Florida’s Original Beach Babies Date: Tuesday, March 25 Time: 4 to 5 p.m. Location: Building 13, Room 230 Details: Join us on Tuesday, March 25 at 4 p.m. in Building 13, Room 230 for a photo presentation by Bonnie Samuelsen, Project [...]

Terhaar writes he will not support modified zoning request on Spanish Trail property

Terhaar writes he will not support modified zoning request on Spanish Trail property

‎ Pensacola City Council Andy Terhaar had posted on the Facebook page "No to Dollar General at the Corner of Summit and Spanish Trail!!!" that he will not support the latest zoning change for property on on the corner of Summit Boulevard and Spanish Trail. From Councilman Terhaar: I want [...]

City Environmental Advisory Board discusses fish hatchery on Wednesday

City Environmental Advisory Board discusses fish hatchery on Wednesday

The City of Pensacola Environmental Advisory Board will meet on Wednesday, March 26, 2014 beginning at 2 p.m. in the Vince Whibbs, Sr. Conference Room, 1st floor, City Hall, 222 West Main Street. The agenda for this meeting is posted on the City's website:  [...]

Scott vs. Crist on Vehicle Registration Fees

Scott vs. Crist on Vehicle Registration Fees

Scott was on the House floor last Thursday when the chamber unanimously approved his top election-year priority, a rollback in vehicle-registration fees authorized by the Republican-dominated Legislature in 2009, when Crist just happened to be at the helm. The bill, which will save motorists [...]

Local law enforcement do Torch Run for Special Olympics

Local law enforcement do Torch Run for Special Olympics

Law enforcement officers around the world go above and beyond the call of duty in support of Special Olympics through the Law Enforcement Torch Run.® Today local law enforcement officers and employees participated in the Law Enforcement Torch Run to raise awareness for Special Olympics. The [...]

Coffee Party hosts organizing meeting on ‘Move to Amend’, March 26

Coffee Party hosts organizing meeting on ‘Move to Amend’, March 26

On Wednesday evening, March 26 from 6:30 p.m. at the Tryon Public Library on Langley Ave, midway between Ninth Ave and Davis Highway, there will be a special meeting of the Pensacola Coffee Party with the individuals, groups, and organizations who want to participate in the Move To Amend (MTA) [...]

Viewpoint: Orange Rising redefining the power of locals

Viewpoint: Orange Rising redefining the power of locals

By Daniel Tilson “All politics is local” is a saying most are familiar with. “Think globally, act locally” is another. Both underline a point that people of any ideological persuasion or political affiliation (except for fascists) ought to be able to agree on. The only way [...]

Weekend Buzz: Scarborough reunion, Scott called and Bush in 2016

Weekend Buzz: Scarborough reunion, Scott called and Bush in 2016

"I Was There!" Reunion Joe Scarborough, former Congressman (R-Pensacola) and MSNBC host of "Morning Joe," was in Pensacola this past weekend to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his 1994 campaign. Fifty friends, family and supporters gathered at his parents' home off of Scenic Highway to eat BBQ [...]

Hayward signs contract with OHM for airport concession contract

Flanked by City Council President Jewel Cannada-Wynn and Council members Larry B. Johnson, Andy Terhaar, and Brian Spencer, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward this afternoon signed a contract with OHM Concessions Group to provide food and beverage concessions at Pensacola International Airport.“I am [...]

Michigan Tourist wins $1M Mega Millions in Pensacola

Michigan Tourist wins $1M Mega Millions in Pensacola

Gary Shepherd of Owosso, Michigan decided to buy a Mega Millions ticket while vacationing in Pensacola earlier this week. He matched all five numbers, which were 11-19-24-33-51. He could have been an even bigger winner, $414 million, had he chosen 7, not 12, for the Mega Ball. Read news report

OHM Concessions Group must have contract. They are hiring next week

OHM Concessions Group must have contract. They are hiring next week

OHM Concessions Group - the group that includes Chick-fil-A, Einstein Bros. Bagels, etc -must feel confident that it will get the airport food concessions contract. Mayor Ashton Hayward must have decided to wait to see if the Pensacola City Council will override his veto. Here is the press [...]

Charlotte’s Web bill continues to move forward

Charlotte’s Web bill continues to move forward

The House Appropriations Committee unanimously approved a measure that would open the door for a strain of marijuana that supporters believe can dramatically reduce seizures in children with a rare form of epilepsy. But many members of the panel made it clear Thursday they were only signing off on [...]

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