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Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic for Escambia County opens next month

Pensacola Humane Society reports Pensacola is on its way to becoming a no-kill community with the dedication of the Barbara Grice Memorial Spay & Neuter Clinic at the Pensacola Humane Society on May 18. The public is invited to attend from 11 am–12:30 pm for a ribbon cutting, brief remarks, light [...]

49th Annual Pensacola State College Art Student Honors Exhibition opens April 13

49th Annual Pensacola State College Art Student Honors Exhibition opens April 13

The 49th Annual Pensacola State College Art Student Honors Exhibition is featured April 13 – May 6 at the Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts, Building 15, on the Pensacola campus. Selected by PSC faculty, the student work represents the finest examples of ceramics, drawings, digital [...]

Tonight, author and humorist Michael Rubin at PSC

Tonight, author and humorist Michael Rubin at PSC

Nationally acclaimed author and humorist Michael Rubin will be speak at Pensacola State College at 7 p.m. tonight at the Ashmore Auditorium, Building 8, on the Pensacola campus, 1000 College Blvd. His fast-paced, multimedia presentation focuses on the historical background of his new thriller, [...]

Inweekly 2006 Flashback: Inside the Sex Trade

Inweekly 2006 Flashback: Inside the Sex Trade

From 2005- 2006, State Attorney Bill Eddins' office, the Escambia County and Okaloosa County Sheriff's offices and Florida Department of Law Enforcement began investigating escort services advertising in the Pensacola News Journal, other daily newspapers and telephone books. The result was the [...]

Big Spring Book Sale set for April 24-26

Big Spring Book Sale set for April 24-26

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friends of West Florida Public Library, a non-profit support organization of the West Florida Public Library, will hold its Big Spring Book Sale and Silent Auction April 24, 25 & 26 at the downtown Main Library, 239 N. Spring Street. Thousands of hardcover, paperback, and [...]

Tiger Bay tackles Climate Change

Tiger Bay tackles Climate Change

Dr. Robert Bindschadler, NASA Scientist, Emeritus, will be the guest speaker April 17 at the Panhandle Tiger Bay Club. Bindschadler, an active Antarctic field researcher for the past 25 years, will speak to the club regarding Climate Change and how these changes can potentially have a significant [...]

Inweekly April 2005 Flashback: Don Gaetz emerges as a powerhouse

Inweekly April 2005 Flashback: Don Gaetz emerges as a powerhouse

In 2005, Okaloosa County School Superintendent Don Gaetz was getting ready to run for Florida Senate. His most likely opponent was expected to State Rep. Holly Benson. Benson would drop out, run for her House seat, and then jump ship to join Gov. Charlie Crist's administration in 2008. Gaetz [...]

Run for Their Lives 5K run/walk

Run for Their Lives 5K run/walk

Lakeview Center, Inc. invites you to participate in 8th annual Run for Their Lives 5K run/walk held in recognition of Crime Victims’ Rights Week and Sexual Violence Awareness Month. The 5K will be Saturday, April 25, at 8 a.m. starting at the Casino Beach parking lot on Pensacola Beach. [...]

PS Today: Ryan Wiggins on inside Florida Legislature

PS Today: Ryan Wiggins on inside Florida Legislature

On Pensacola Speaks today, I will have Ryan Wiggins, owner of Full Contact Strategies and #72 on the Inweekly Power List. She will update us on how lawmakers are dealing with Charlotte's Web, Medicaid expansion, school testing, tax cuts, gambling and guns.

SoGo Saturday tomorrow

SoGo Saturday tomorrow

Press Release: Looking for something to do on a beautiful, spring Saturday? Come and enjoy Pensacola’s beautiful downtown with the merchants of the SOGO District. On Saturday, April 11, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the merchants of SOGO will be holding their monthly SOGO Saturday. The streets will [...]

Senators frustrated over rules challenges push Charlotte’s Web fix

Senators frustrated over rules challenges push Charlotte’s Web fix

By DARA KAM THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Citing frustration with delays in getting non-euphoric cannabis to patients, a Florida Senate panel Thursday pushed forward a revised attempt to create a regulatory framework for the pot industry but did not include changes sought by black farmers who [...]

PS Podcasts: Stan Connally and Cindi Bear Bonner on 2015 Power List

Yesterday on Pensacola Speaks, I interviewed Cindi Bear Bonner about her family being on the 2015 Power List. In the second half hour, I talked with Gulf Power CEO Stan Connally on being named the most influential person in Escambia County. Pensacola Speaks airs on News Talk 1370 WCOA [...]

USO Northwest Florida recognizes its 400 volunteers

USO Northwest Florida recognizes its 400 volunteers

USO Northwest Florida Recognizes its 400 Volunteers During USO Northwest Florida Recognizes its 400 Volunteers and Gives Community a Chance to Help Make a Difference Volunteers make it possible for USO NWFL to serve more than 15,000+ troops and families each month through programs and services. [...]

Mayor says separation of CMPA executive director a mutual decision

Mayor says separation of CMPA executive director a mutual decision

Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward appeared this morning on the "Morning Show" on News Talk 1370 WCOA. Jim Sanborn, co-host of the show, asked the mayor if Ed Spears, the CMPA executive director since 2006, was fired or did he resign. The mayor said, "I think it was a mutual agreement where we both [...]

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