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Casino may be in the future for Escambia County

Casino may be in the future for Escambia County

With compact negotiations between Gov. Rick Scott and the Seminole Tribe of Florida underway, the Poarch Band of Creek Indians are requesting that the governor start talks on a gambling deal for tribal land in Northwest Florida. Tribal Chairman Buford Rolin asked Scott to negotiate to begin [...]

TaxWatch says reduced sentences will reap significant savings

TaxWatch says reduced sentences will reap significant savings

Florida could save significant corrections costs by reducing prison sentences for nonviolent offenders, according to data analysis in a new report from Florida TaxWatch. The report, Overcriminalization In Florida, calls for the state to review options to reduce the prison population through [...]

Pensacola Beach Advocates host 4th Annual Earth Day ‘Island Style’

Pensacola Beach Advocates host 4th Annual Earth Day ‘Island Style’

Pensacola Beach Advocates is hosting the fourth annual Earth Day celebration on Saturday, May 3, at Casino Beach on Pensacola Beach. Numerous contests, games and family fun activities are planned, including the Sea Turtle Homecoming, which celebrates the Sea Turtles who return to Pensacola Beach [...]

Bach’s Magnificent Mass in B Minor on Saturday, May 10

Bach’s Magnificent Mass in B Minor on Saturday, May 10

The Choral Society of Pensacola concludes its current season with a performance of one of the most magnificent and challenging works in all of choral/symphonic literature – Johann Sebastian Bach’s Mass in B Minor. The concert takes place at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 10, 2014 at St. Paul [...]

Kayak for a Cure Pensacola, May 3

Kayak for a Cure Pensacola, May 3

Kayak for a Cure Pensacola will host its third annual charity paddle event to benefit the American Cancer Society on Saturday, May 3 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Shoreline Park South in Gulf Breeze, FL. Kayak for a Cure™ is a national, non-profit, organization dedicated to raising awareness and [...]

Local firm wins $9 billion award in Actos case

Local firm wins $9 billion award in Actos case

Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. and Eli Lilly & Co. were ordered to pay a combined $9 billion in punitive damages after a federal court jury in Lafayette, Louisiana found they hid the cancer risks of their Actos diabetes medicine in the first U.S. trial of its kind. Takeda, based in Osaka, Japan, was [...]

Bill’s Birthday Bash at NY Nick’s…really it is at NY Nick’s on April 23

Bill’s Birthday Bash at NY Nick’s…really it is at NY Nick’s on April 23

The Southeastern Teen Shakespeare Company (SETSCO) is celebrating Shakespeare’s 450th birthday with a fundraiser for their upcoming production of The Taming of the Shrew. Tickets for the fundraiser will go on sale April 7, 2014. The company will hold a party for Shakespeare on his birthday at [...]

Hiring: ACE Art and Culture Festival Curator

The non-profit devoted to the arts, Arts, Culture & Entertainment, Inc. (ACE), is seeking an individual to carry out the implementation of a fall arts/culture event. The mission of the event is to utilize existing and new events to create a festival that showcases the cultural community including [...]

West hiring 50+ in Pensacola

West will be hosting a Job Fair to hire 50+ associates interested in becoming licensed insurance agents. West is seeking candidates with strong sales and customer service experience, and will pay all costs associated with training and licensure. The Job Fair will be held on Tuesday April 8, 2014, [...]

Here is where issues stand in the Florida Legislature at the halfway point

Here is where issues stand in the Florida Legislature at the halfway point

Florida lawmakers have crossed the mid-point in their 60-day march to craft new laws, amend existing ones and agree on a roughly $75 billion budget for the next fiscal year. And they've done so mostly without controversy. A day at the Capitol was blown out to honor the Florida State [...]

Area Poet presents ‘Carl Sandburg and Me,’ April 15

Area Poet presents "Carl Sandburg and Me" In celebration of April's National Poetry Month, West Florida Literary Federation's third Tuesday open mic will feature Gulf Breeze poet Jack Brooking, who writes under the pen name Jack Beach, presenting "Carl Sandburg and Me" on Tuesday, April 15 at 6 [...]

Hayward issues statement on decision by Judge Gary Bergosh

Statement from Mayor Ashton Hayward regarding Bergosh ruling Yesterday, Judge Bergosh made a wise ruling which was extremely fair and equitable to both the City and Mr. de Varona. I want to thank Judge Bergosh for taking the time to hear all arguments and for reaching a decision which allows us [...]

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