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House of Sticks: Accounting with a Twist

House of Sticks: Accounting with a Twist

Are you familiar with the term "mark-to-market" accounting? Okay.... mosey back into Google and look it up. This term represents where some economists want to place blame for the financial crises we have endured since the Great Depression. Some gurus say mark-to-market accounting was [...]

Over $120,000 Recovered in Narcotics Arrest (video)

Shortly before 6:00 this morning, the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office SWAT team and Narcotics Unit served a search warrant in the 4000 block of Marlane Drive. When Antonio Blackwell was located and detained in the residence, there was a white powdery substance on his arms and legs. The [...]

Notes on Airport Concessions hearing yesterday

Notes on Airport Concessions hearing yesterday

Judge Gary Bergosh heard arguments for nearly five hours on a temporary injunction request by Robert de Varona, the airport’s food concessionaire, to prevent the city from removing and storing his restaurant kitchen equipment, furniture and other items. Begun at 2 p.m., the hearing didn’t end [...]

Varona issues statement

Statement from Robert de Varona on Judge Gary Bergosh ruling that Varona Enterprises has sixty days to vacate Airport leasehold property: "Today Eloise and I are grateful that the court has taken a stand for the rule of law and for the practice of fairness. For months, this process has become a [...]

Varona loses case but gets 60 days

Varona Enterprises lost its case for an injunction against the City of Pensacola. However, Judge Gary Bergosh said the company was entitled to 60 days because of the letter Airport Director Greg Donovan wrote to Robert de Varona in February. More on this in the morning.

Health and Hope Clinics awarded CVS Caremark Charitable Trust grant

Health and Hope Clinics awarded CVS Caremark Charitable Trust grant

The CVS Caremark Charitable Trust, a private foundation created by CVS Caremark Corporation (NYSE: CVS) today announced it has awarded five grants totaling nearly $230,000 to community health organizations in Florida as part of a $5 million commitment to support community health and expand access [...]

Friends of West Florida Public Library to hold Book Sale April 25-27

Friends of West Florida Public Library to hold Book Sale April 25-27

Friends of West Florida Public Library, a non-profit support organization of the West Florida Public Library (WFPL), will hold its Big Spring Book Sale and Silent Auction April 25-27 at the downtown Main Library, 239 N. Spring Street. Thousands of hardcover, paperback, and collectible books will be [...]

Jim Hizer joins Convergent Nonprofit Solutions

Jim Hizer joins Convergent Nonprofit Solutions

Convergent Nonprofit Solutions, one of the country’s preeminent fundraising and capital campaign management firms, has announced the addition of Jim Hizer, CEcD, CCE as project director. In his new role, Hizer will assist nonprofit organizations in meeting their fundraising objectives. His first [...]

Gulf Coast Community Bank raises $3.055 million

Gulf Coast Community Bank raises $3.055 million

Lee Bradley, Senior Managing Director of Community Capital Advisors, Inc., ("CCA") recently announced the successful capital raise of $3,055,000 for Gulf Coast Community Bank ("GCCB") in cooperation with the bank's management team and Directors. Jason Niziol, Vice President of CCA, developed [...]

House of Sticks: Kneading (or Needing) the Dough

House of Sticks: Kneading (or Needing) the Dough

Grab your favorite search engine (Google always works for me) and type in "55 trillion". A Bloomberg article dated 10-18-11, featuring writers Bob Ivy, Hugh Son, and Christine Harper, will appear. A Seeking Alpha article, dated 10-21-11 and written by Avery Goodman, will appear. A San Francisco [...]

Clash brewing over bid to revive vouchers

Clash brewing over bid to revive vouchers

By Brandon Larrabee, The News Service of Florida The sponsor of a Senate measure that would help parents pay for education services for disabled children suggested Wednesday that she was not interested in adding an expansion of the state's de facto voucher program to the bill. The comments by [...]

Partnership for a Healthy Community affiliates with Florida Public Health Institute

Partnership for a Healthy Community affiliates with Florida Public Health Institute

Partnership for a Healthy Community will be stronger thanks to its new affiliation with the Florida Public Health Institute, which conducts action-oriented research and promotes leadership to improve public well-being. The institute will be an ally of Partnership for a Healthy Community, which [...]

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