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Skill Assessment Testing coming October

Skill Assessment Testing coming October

CareerSource Escarosa offers Skill Assessment Testing as part of Community Occupational Talent Search (E-COTS) Through partnership with local government and a consortium of community organizations, CareerSource Escarosa will offer Skill Assessment Tests to Escambia County residents as part of [...]

ECSO Seeks Possible Witness to Weekend Homicide

ECSO Seeks Possible Witness to Weekend Homicide

Press Release: Escambia Sheriff’s Investigators are seeking a possible witness to the September 13, 2014 homicide of 50-year-old Phuong Nguyen Truong. The witness is described as a white male in his mid to late 40’s, between 5-8” and 5’9” tall and weighing between 150-180 pounds. He [...]

Beck Properties merges with McGraw Insurance

Beck Properties merges with McGraw Insurance

Two longtime Pensacola companies are joining forces to offer a new level of service to property owners and to tackle the challenges of a changing property and insurance market. Beck Property Company and McGraw Insurance Services informed their customers recently that the two firms had joined to [...]

Citizens Against Toxic Exposure responds to EPA remediation plan for Escambia Wood Treating Company

Citizens Against Toxic Exposure responds to EPA remediation plan for Escambia Wood Treating Company

Erik Spalvins Remedial Project Manager U.S. EPA, Region 4 Superfund Remedial Branch Superfund Division 61 Forsyth St. SW Atlanta, GA 30303 Erik Spalvins Subject: Superfund Proposed Plan Escambia Wood Treating Company (ETC) Operable Unit 2 – Groundwater, Solid Waste Management Unit [...]

20th Annual Big Community Cookout, Oct. 11

20th Annual Big Community Cookout, Oct. 11

“Reclaiming Our Peaceful Community” We, the Pensacola Community Arts and Recreation Association (PCARA) and the Pensacola Neighborhood Services invite the entire Pensacola and surrounding areas to their 21st Annual Big Community Cookout, “Reclaiming Our Peaceful Community,” Saturday, [...]

Weekend Buzz: Faculty loses confidence in Bense, Good week for Hayward, Scott dumps $1 mil in Pensacola

Weekend Buzz: Faculty loses confidence in Bense, Good week for Hayward, Scott dumps $1 mil in Pensacola

The University of West Florida Faculty Senate voted "No Confidence" in the UWF President Judy Bense. The vote was 17-2, with one abstention. The teachers’ union has been battling the UWF administration over its collective bargaining agreement. An emergency Board of Trustees meeting has been [...]

State Attorney: City must release documents given to federal grand jury

State Attorney: City must release documents given to federal grand jury

I received a phone call yesterday from the Chief Assistant State Attorney Greg Marcille that the city of Pensacola will fulfill my public record requests concerning Main Street Rehabilitation Project, contracts with Jerry Pate Design, city investments, insurance broker services and expenses of [...]

School District asked to let EHS football player on the field

School District asked to let EHS football player on the field

Terik Miller is a senior football player that transferred to play at Escambia High. He has been suspended by the school district from playing as fallout from the alleged recruiting violations by the head coach. His family has hired an attorney, Robert Rushing, to appeal his case. Miller is a [...]

Ensley Elementary Helping Pets a Penny At A Time

Ensley Elementary Helping Pets a Penny At A Time

Ensley Elementary School is a week into this year’s Pennies for Pets fund raiser. It encourages students, staff, parents and the community to bring in or drop off their loose change during the month of September. The teacher in charge of the campaign is Regina Smolensky. She has been a [...]

North Hill unveils North Hill Little Free Library tomorrow evening

North Hill unveils North Hill Little Free Library tomorrow evening

The North Hill Preservation Association is excited to be the stewards for the North Hill Little Free Library on behalf of its neighbors and community. The neighborhood association will host a grand unveiling and ribbon-cutting ceremony at 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14 in Alabama Square. "Part of a [...]

Guns vs. Hose Charity Softball Tournament  tomorrow

Guns vs. Hose Charity Softball Tournament tomorrow

In honor of the 13th anniversary of September 11th, area first responders are teaming up to help others. The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office and the Pensacola Police Department are hosting the first annual GUNS vs. HOSES softball game Saturday, September 13, 2014 at beautiful Wahoo’s [...]

Taddeo-Goldstein coming to Pensacola on Monday

Taddeo-Goldstein coming to Pensacola on Monday

The Charlie Crist Pensacola Campaign Office grand opening is Monday, September 15 at 5:30 pm. Democratic Lieutenant Governor nominee Annette Taddeo-Goldstein will be there. The office is at 2415 North Pace Blvd, Suite 4, Pensacola, FL 32505. --- We got an update from the Crist campaign. Crist [...]

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