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GB mom named to medical marijuana rules panel

GB mom named to medical marijuana rules panel

Five nurseries will be part of a 12 member panel announced Friday to hammer out rules on who can grow medical marijuana and how it will be distributed to patients. The rule-makers selected by the state Office of Compassionate Use will meet the first week of February in Tallahassee to set up the [...]

Silver Airways starts low cost flights to Jacksonville

Silver Airways starts low cost flights to Jacksonville

Starting March 19, 2015, Silver Airways is launching nonstop service between Jacksonville International Airport (JAX) and Pensacola International Airport (PNS). The introductory fare is $69 The flights will operate on weekdays Monday through Friday with continuing service to/from Fort [...]

Scott’s pick for state GOP chairman rejected

Scott’s pick for state GOP chairman rejected

By BRANDON LARRABEE THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA In a surprising setback for Gov. Rick Scott, the Republican Party of Florida's executive committee voted Saturday to unseat Chairwoman Leslie Dougher, instead elevating state Rep. Blaise Ingoglia to the top position. On the second ballot in [...]

Three news stories getting attention: Aaron Watson profile, Inside Jail Blast, Appointed versus Elected

Three news stories getting attention: Aaron Watson profile, Inside Jail Blast, Appointed versus Elected

Inweekly published three news stories in the January 15 issue that have created a buzz: Watson Lives His Dream: A profile on a young African-American trial attorney is quickly rising his profession and is getting back to the community. Favorite quote: "“I learned that if I am prepared, if I [...]

District set to sell Brownsville Middle School to near scrap yard

District set to sell Brownsville Middle School to near scrap yard

School Superintendent Malcolm Thomas has found a buyer for Brownsville Middle School, which has been closed since 2007. G.S.I. Brokerage, Inc., a sister corporation of a nearby scrap yard, has offered to buy the property for $475,000. Five years ago, Rev. Lutimothy May and Friendship Missionary [...]

Stormwater workshop set for Jan. 22

Stormwater workshop set for Jan. 22

The City of Pensacola and Escambia County will hold a joint public workshop to discuss stormwater management within the Pensacola Bay Basin, and information regarding flood mitigation options and their associated costs and benefits. The City of Pensacola and Escambia County are jointly applying for [...]

Latest draft of Charlotte’ Web rules fleshes out requirements for growers

Latest draft of Charlotte’ Web rules fleshes out requirements for growers

By DARA KAM THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA A panel comprised of the director of the state Office of Compassionate Use, an accountant and a member of the Drug Policy Advisory Council would pick five nurseries to grow, process and dispense medical marijuana under a revamped rule released Thursday by [...]

Food and beer now available at Pensacola International Airport

Food and beer now available at Pensacola International Airport

It has taken nearly a year, but Mayor Ashton Hayward's vision of having national brand food service at the Pensacola International Airport has become a reality. Einstein Bros. Bagels will no longer be serving from a kiosk in the pre-security area. The vendor will join Pensacola Beach House in [...]

Pensacola State College displays historic Civil Rights photographs

Pensacola State College displays historic Civil Rights photographs

Historic Civil Rights photographs by acclaimed photojournalist Art Shay and eclectic works by the Pensacola State College Visual Arts faculty are on display at the Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts Jan. 20 - March 13. A world class, street photographer and writer, Shay spent more than [...]

IRS rules volunteer firefighters are really county employees

IRS rules volunteer firefighters are really county employees

The Internal Revenue Service has been auditing Escambia County's volunteer fire departments. The agency ruled the stipends paid to volunteer firefighters are taxable wages subject to all employment taxes. Escambia County will have to pay the IRS over $78,000. Volunteer firefighters receive [...]

Guns on campus bill moving through Florida House

Guns on campus bill moving through Florida House

A House panel is expected next week to take up a bill that would allow people with concealed-weapons licenses to carry guns on the campuses of state colleges and universities. The bill (HB 4005), filed by Rep. Greg Steube, R-Sarasota, is scheduled to be considered Tuesday by the House Criminal [...]

BeulahFest R.I.P.

BeulahFest R.I.P.

The BeulahFest Committee announced this morning that BeulahFest has been permanently canceled due to the lack of sponsorships and donations. In press release this morning, the organizers said, "With heavy heart however, the committee has decided to forgo the 2015 BeulahFest and any subsequent [...]

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