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Old Hickory Whiskey Bar hosts ‘Meet Pensacola Mondays.’ Focus on Pensacola Mayor’s race today, 5 pm

Email from Melissa Temsook, Catering Manager, Old Hickory Whiskey Bar: Hi Friends, I just wanted to reach out to you all and let you know about Old Hickory's newest promotion, "Meet Pensacola Mondays" (we have a facebook page for it) Every Monday we will be hosting a happy hour aimed at [...]

Awareness Walk Organizer Apologizes for Traffic Problem

Awareness Walk Organizer Apologizes for Traffic Problem

Last Wednesday, the 5 pm traffic on Pensacola Bay Bridge was slowed by a volunteers walking for sexual assault awareness. The organizer sent this email last Thursday to Commissioner Grover Robinson: To: Commissioner Grover C. Robinson, IV Dear Commissioner Robinson: First of all, on [...]

Vietnam & Legacy Vets Motorcycle Club announces 19th annual Memorial Day Ride

Vietnam & Legacy Vets Motorcycle Club announces 19th annual Memorial Day Ride

This is an escorted ride of remembrance for our fallen members of the Armed Forces who have secured our Freedoms with the ultimate sacrifice The Vietnam & Legacy Vets Motorcycle Club will be hosting their 19th annual Police Escorted Memorial Day ride event on the 25th of May 2014. The ride [...]

What will Florida Legislature discuss today

What will Florida Legislature discuss today

PANEL TO CONSIDER CHILD-WELFARE OVERHAUL: The House Appropriations Committee will take up three bills, including a wide-ranging proposal (HB 7169), sponsored by Rep. Gayle Harrell, R-Stuart, that would make changes in the state's child-welfare system. Lawmakers have focused on the issue after a [...]

Weekend Buzz:  Forum on Crime and Education, First Digital Town Hall meeting

Weekend Buzz: Forum on Crime and Education, First Digital Town Hall meeting

Commissioner May wants to discuss crime, neighborhoods and education Escambia County Commissioner Lumon May, District 3, will hold a town hall meeting on Tuesday, April 22, at 6 p.m., at the Brownsville assembly of God, Reception Hall, 3100 West Desoto Street. The topics are Crime, Education and [...]

Weekly State Roundup: Pondering where things stand

Weekly State Roundup: Pondering where things stand

By Brandon Larrabee, The News Service of Florida The Capitol fell largely silent this week, as lawmakers, lobbyists and some reporters took time to relax after the opening month and a half of the legislative session. The sniping between Gov. Rick Scott and his chief Democratic opponent, former [...]

Head of BP cleanup operations allegedly used inside knowledge to unload BP stock days after explosion

Head of BP cleanup operations allegedly used inside knowledge to unload BP stock days after explosion

The Securities and Exchange Commission charged yesterday Keith A. Seilhan, a former 20-year BP employee and a senior responder during the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, with insider trading in BP securities based on confidential information about the magnitude of the disaster. The price of BP [...]

State Attorney clears Valentino on email issue

State Attorney clears Valentino on email issue

The State Attorney's office has sent a letter to Douglas Underhill concerning whether Escambia County Commissioner Gene Valentino delivered requested emails to Underhill in a timely matter. The letter, dated today and signed by Gregory Marcille, Chief Assistant State Attorney, stated that based on [...]

House of Sticks: After Shock

This audience, like most groups, will have mixed emotions about my commentary that will range from "ho hum" to angry complacency (powerless to act but mad as hell) to writing lawmakers attached to the nation's finance committees. Coming to grips with the negative effects of leverage seems to be a [...]

Hayward sends out newsletter defending the charter

Hayward sends out newsletter defending the charter

Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward defends the 2010 city charter via his newsletter "Upwords:" Five years ago, I stood with citizens across our community to push for leadership, accountability, and vision. Voters approved a new City Charter and “strong mayor” form of government by a wide [...]

Pensacola State College hosts 2014 Florida SkillsUSA State Competition & Worlds of Possibilities Career Expo, April 28-29

Pensacola State College hosts 2014 Florida SkillsUSA State Competition & Worlds of Possibilities Career Expo, April 28-29

Showcasing technical talents and leadership abilities, the best and the brightest of Florida SkillsUSA competitors will face off at the 2014 Florida SkillsUSA State Competition held in conjunction with the 2014 Worlds of Possibilities Career Expo, April 28-29. For the third straight year, [...]

Context Florida: Here we go again, another Pensacola ‘what-if?’

Context Florida: Here we go again, another Pensacola ‘what-if?’

Shannon Nickinson has written a viewpoint on the Bruce Beach lease for a fish hatchery. City officials are finalizing a lease agreement to build a fish hatchery and research facility on city-owned property at Bruce Beach. We've been talking about this since June of 2011. The agreement would [...]

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