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FL Democrats form committee to figure out comeback… Mirrors banned from meetings

FL Democrats form committee to figure out comeback… Mirrors banned from meetings

The Florida Democratic Party announced the creation the LEAD (Leadership Expansion to Advance Democrats) Task Force, which will "work to retool and strengthen the Party’s brand, bolster candidate recruitment efforts, and improve field and outreach performance heading into the pivotal 2016 [...]

Escambia County launches Ethics Hotline, Toll Free: (844) 640-0008

Escambia County launches Ethics Hotline, Toll Free: (844) 640-0008

Escambia County is the first local government to launched a Fraud, Waste and Abuse hotline. Citizens and county employees can now anonymously report activity that may be considered unethical or of concern. Inweekly reported last month that the city of Tallahassee has a similar hotline. The [...]

Video: Pam Bondi defends herself

The News Service of Florida posted this video of Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi adamantly defending herself when questioned about news reports implying she has cozy relationships with out-of-state lobbyists and corporate lawyer. "No lobbyist, no person, no corporation, no individual, will [...]

USO asks for help for Thanksgiving meal for local troops and their families

USO asks for help for Thanksgiving meal for local troops and their families

USO of Northwest Florida will be hosting the 7th Annual Thanksgiving Feast & Festivities at their Naval Air Station location from November 27-30. Donations of food and money for the USO Thanksgiving Feast and Festivities are now being accepted. The weekend kicks off on Thanksgiving Day with a [...]

State sued over Deer-Dog hunts in Panhandle

State sued over Deer-Dog hunts in Panhandle

By JIM TURNER THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA A retired U.S. Air Force pilot and National Rifle Association member wants the state to stop hunters from using dogs to track down deer around his Panhandle property. Claiming they have been threatened by hunters and that dogs chasing deer can scare [...]

Letters show contentious nature of Pensacola State College faculty negotiations.

Letters show contentious nature of Pensacola State College faculty negotiations.

The labor attorney for Pensacola State College accused the Pensacola State College Faculty Association (PSCFA) of inappropriately seeking student support in its labor dispute with the community college after the school newspaper reported on the negotiations impasse. Inweekly has obtained a copy [...]

City of Pensacola has most households struggling financially

City of Pensacola has most households struggling financially

Yesterday, I wrote about the ALICE report that was released last week by United Way of Florida. That work focused on the working poor, those who live above the federal poverty level but barely make ends meet. That report broke down the information by areas in the county. Forty percent of Pensacola [...]

ECAT introduces system upgrades

ECAT introduces system upgrades

Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT) recently introduced several system updates to improve experiences for current and future riders. The three LED kiosks have been installed at the Rosa Parks Terminal to provide an eye-catching and dynamic way for ECAT to disseminate information to riders and [...]

Viewpoint: Florida Democrats Should Change the Rules, Again

Viewpoint: Florida Democrats Should Change the Rules, Again

By Kevin Cate Richard Nixon helped end, but can still save the Florida Democratic Party. It’s no secret that Florida Democrats have yet to figure out how to increase voter turnout during midterm elections. That’s why, despite Democratic voter registration advantages, Republicans have [...]

Student newspaper challenges Pensacola State College administration

Student newspaper challenges Pensacola State College administration

InsideHigherEd.com reports today that The Corsair, the award winning student newspaper at Pensacola State College,is locked in a battle with the school's administration in its effort to report on the collective bargaining negotiations with the faculty. "Administrators at a Florida community [...]

Open Mic: An Inspiring Voice, Nov. 18

Open Mic: An Inspiring Voice, Nov. 18

Pensacola poet and author Melondy Neal is West Florida Literary Federation's November’s Open Mic guest reader. She is the author of Vanilla Syrup, a collection of poems, and The Bamboo Effect, an inspirational prose book. She is currently readying her second book of poetry for publication. [...]

St. Christopher Christmas Caravan, Dec. 5

St. Christopher Christmas Caravan, Dec. 5

St. Christopher’s Christmas Caravan is an historic holiday fundraising event. Last year’s event raised over $33,000 for various local charities. Caravan chair for 2014, Pat Fogg, is pleased to announce the three historic North Hill homes on the Home Tour. All will be decorated [...]

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