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Mississippi Corrections official arrested for bribery, involving no-bid contracts

Mississippi Corrections official arrested for bribery, involving no-bid contracts

Chris Epps, the head of the Mississippi Department of Corrections, has been indicted for allegedly passing out public contracts with his department in exchange for kickbacks—"taking more than $1 million in bribes and kickbacks over the last eight years in exchange for hundreds of millions of [...]

Send nomination for Gulf Guardian

Send nomination for Gulf Guardian

The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Gulf of Mexico Program partnership developed the Gulf Guardian awards as a way to recognize and honor the businesses, community groups, individuals, and organizations that are taking extraordinary steps to keep the Gulf healthy, beautiful and [...]

Florida Cannabis Coalition says the end of cannabis prohibition is imminent

Florida Cannabis Coalition says the end of cannabis prohibition is imminent

Florida Cannabis Coalition’s founder Tom Quigley sent out this response to the defeat of Amendment 2 - Medical Marijuana: I know a lot of you are hurting today. I know I am. Above all else, Amendment 2 was about the patients. I feel for them the most. For the parents and children I have met [...]

Kipling Manor administrator arrested for witness tampering

Kipling Manor administrator arrested for witness tampering

NorthEscambia.com reports that Attorney General Pam Bondi’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit arrested yesterday Adrienne Taylor, the facility administrator of Kipling Manor Retirement Center, for allegedly tampering with or harassing a witness, tampering with or fabricating physical evidence, and [...]

Wildlife Sanctuary fundraiser today at Pensacola Bay Brewery

Wildlife Sanctuary fundraiser today at Pensacola Bay Brewery

Starting at 10:30 am the Pensacola Bay Brewery will be the WILD place to be! The Wildlife Sanctuary of Northwest Florida, Inc. is so excited to be hanging out with great folks again. Please join them with top Chef Dan Dunn, H2O Hilton and their "special wild guests." According to their [...]

Gulf Coast African American Chamber of Commerce relocates to Michigan Avenue

Gulf Coast African American Chamber of Commerce relocates to Michigan Avenue

The Gulf Coast African American Chamber of Commerce (GCAACC) announced today it has moved all operations and management to 945 W. Michigan Avenue, Suite 128. Its previous location was 619 N. DeVilliers Street. According to the GCAAC press release, the new location will be advantageous as the [...]

Court rules BP still liable for damages

Court rules BP still liable for damages

The three-judge panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected arguments made by BP that there were errors in the June 4 ruling by U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier on BP's Clean Water Act liability. The oil giant is still liable for federal Clean Water Act damages stemming from the 2010 [...]

The Ultimate Post Mortem on Scott vs. Crist

The Ultimate Post Mortem on Scott vs. Crist

Peter Schorsch, founder of SaintPetersBlog.com, has published his list of 16 reasons why Charlie Crist lost to Rick Scott. Here are six that caught my attention: 1. Crist's 'lost November' - The decision by Crist to announce his campaign on November 4, 2013 (a personal one made by Crist who [...]

2nd Annual Rotary Tree of Remembrance Project kicks off Dec. 7

2nd Annual Rotary Tree of Remembrance Project kicks off Dec. 7

In conjunction with Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, the 2nd Annual Rotary Tree of Remembrance ceremony will be held Sunday, Dec. 7, at 3 p.m. at Cordova Mall. The tree will be located inside the mall near the Dillard’s entrance. A choir will provide some sounds of the season as part of the [...]

Former Crestview bank president indicted for bank fraud

Former Crestview bank president indicted for bank fraud

U.S. Attorney Pamela Marsh's office announced this morning that Michael “Sean” Davis, 43, of Crestview, has been indicted by a federal grand jury for nine felony counts, which included one count of conspiracy to commit bank fraud and/or mail fraud affecting a financial institution, one count of [...]

Backroom briefing: The best and worst of 2014 Election

Backroom briefing: The best and worst of 2014 Election

Weekly political notes from The News Service of Florida By BRANDON LARRABEE THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA The 2014 campaign had no shortage of drama, gaffes, mistakes and other attention-grabbing moments. It ended Tuesday with confetti for some and losses for others, but here are some of the [...]

City Council considers Airport Stormwater Pond expansion

City Council considers Airport Stormwater Pond expansion

The Pensacola City Council meets next week. On the agenda is a recommendation to award Panhandle Grading & Paving a $2.8 million contract to renovate and expand the stormwater pond on the southwest quadrant of the Pensacola International Airport. The project is funded with the help of a $2.7 [...]

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