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UF Presidential Search Committee names three finalists, none are lawmakers

UF Presidential Search Committee names three finalists, none are lawmakers

The University of Florida's Presidential Search Committee has narrowed its list of finalists to three, all from out-of-state, with the president-elect expected to be named Wednesday. On Monday, the search committee selected as finalists Cornell University Provost Kent Fuchs, New York University [...]

Weekend Buzz: Hayward has new idea

Weekend Buzz: Hayward has new idea

Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward announced on Friday his first proactive initiative for 2014 -the creation of a lobbyist registry for those seeking an audience with the mayor, his staff or city council members. The details of the registry have yet to be posted on the city's website, but the mayor did [...]

Halloween Egg Haunt, Oct. 25

Halloween Egg Haunt, Oct. 25

Press Release: It’s near time once again for children to dress in costumes and bring their flashlights to Roger Scott Athletic Complex for the Halloween Egg Haunt on Saturday, October 25 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. There will be five egg haunts for children who are stroller age up to 13 years, a kids [...]

Quayside Gallery 12x12x12 art show, Oct. 16

Quayside Gallery 12x12x12 art show, Oct. 16

Press Release: If we are fortunate in life, we meet people who bring us joy for a lifetime. That is the essence of this exhibit…friendship, community, sharing. The 12x12x12 show is nothing new to Quayside, but the artwork is a continuation of experiences. Seven years ago this group of artist [...]

Hyatt Environmental Center Open House set for Oct. 18

Hyatt Environmental Center Open House set for Oct. 18

Press Release: The public is invited to come out to the Annual Roy Hyatt Environmental Center (RHEC) Open House and Silent Auction on October 18. Come out and meet, and even touch, wild animals. Hike a trail and look for birds. Tour the RHEC facility and then check out the fun children's [...]

Poet Laureate inducted on Saturday

Poet Laureate inducted on Saturday

Jamey Jones, a fifth generation Pensacolian, has been named the new Poet Laureate of Northwest Florida by the West Florida Literary Federation. Jones, 50, will be formally inducted at a free public event at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, October 11, at The Studio at K Street, 405 K. Street. The [...]

Mother of Trayvon Martin to speak at prayer rally, Oct. 17

Mother of Trayvon Martin to speak at prayer rally, Oct. 17

Sybrina Fulton, the mother of Trayvon Martin, will be the guest speaker at Prayer Rally held on Friday, October 17 St. John Divine Church, 620 E Jordan Street. "Understanding with everything we've gone through as a community, the one thing we do too little of is pray," said Terry Marshall, wife [...]

Upcoming events at UWF

Upcoming events at UWF

Below are upcoming events at the University of West Florida. Disability Awareness Conference Date: Thursday, Oct. 9 Time: 9 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Location: University Commons Auditorium Details: UWF will host the 11th Annual Disability Awareness Conference, sponsored by the UWF ADA Compliance [...]

350 Pensacola hosts speaker on The Water and Land Conservation Amendment, Oct. 14

350 Pensacola hosts speaker on The Water and Land Conservation Amendment, Oct. 14

350 Pensacola hosts “Protecting Florida’s Future: The Water and Land Conservation Amendment,” a talk by Marcus Lackey, on Tuesday, October 14. The Water and Land Conservation Amendment is on Florida’s November 4 election ballot, offering voters the chance to protect their drinking water and [...]

TaxWatch recommends paroling elderly prisoners

TaxWatch recommends paroling elderly prisoners

Florida's prison population is rapidly increasing despite declining crime rates, and the latest report from Florida TaxWatch recommends options to prevent increasing costs from overwhelming taxpayers. The report, Florida's Aging Prisoner Problem, warns that the steadily growing elderly prison [...]

Gov. Scott announces funding for restoration projects and boat ramps in the Panhandle, using BP funds

Press Release: Today, Governor Rick Scott announced the funding of the third and largest set of early restoration projects, as approved by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill Natural Resource Damage Assessment Trustees. Nearly $88 million represents 28 projects, which will take place throughout many [...]

Petoskey council rejects contract with Bill Reynolds

Petoskey council rejects contract with Bill Reynolds

The Petoskey City Council voted by a 3-2 vote yesterday against entering a contract that would have finalized former Pensacola City Administrator Bill Reynolds' employment as the new Petoskey city manager. The council will reopen the search process. Read more.

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