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Sansom legal bills go before judge next year

Sansom legal bills go before judge next year

Former House Speaker Ray Sansom's bid to force the state to pay his legal fees from an aborted criminal case will go to trial next year. A judge has set a trial date of Feb. 26, less than a week before the 2015 legislative session is scheduled to begin. Sansom, R-Destin, says the state should [...]

Petoskey City Council holds special meeting on city manager tomorrow

Petoskey City Council holds special meeting on city manager tomorrow

The Petoskey, Michigan city council will hold a special meeting tomorrow at 5:30 p.m. to discuss the city manager position and "possible closed session to review City attorney legal opinion." Last month, the Petoskey City Council voted unanimously to give the job to William Reynolds, former [...]

Malcolm Thomas objects to EHS player having an expedited hearing

Malcolm Thomas objects to EHS player having an expedited hearing

The parents of Terik Miller, one of the Escambia High football players declared ineligible for this season, have requested an expedited hearing on his eligibility. Only one person has objected to the request--Superintendent Malcolm Thomas. Amazing, but sadly not surprising. Initial Brief of [...]

StudioAmped records Songwriters Festival edition this Friday, free admission

StudioAmped records Songwriters Festival edition this Friday, free admission

WSRE will again welcome artists from the Pensacola Beach Songwriters Festival to appear in concert for a special edition of “StudioAmped.” The concert will be recorded live before a studio audience on Friday, October 3 at the Jean & Paul Amos Performance Studio on the Pensacola State College [...]

Gaetz viewpoint talks about disagreeing without rancor, a lesson lost in Pensacola

Gaetz viewpoint talks about disagreeing without rancor, a lesson lost in Pensacola

Florida Senate President Don Gaetz wrote a viewpoint for the Tallahassee Democrat in support of John Thrasher being selected as the new Florida State University president (Work with Thrasher). He opened with an insightful story about how he and Thrasher, one of the most influential leaders in [...]

Thornton charges increased to homicide in Troung death

Thornton charges increased to homicide in Troung death

Willie May Thornton, 40, has also been charged with Homicide in the September 13 killing of Phoung Nguyen Troung. Her son, Dontonio Diaz Thornton, 19, was charged Friday night with Homicide in the death of the 50-year-old store owner. Troung was found deceased behind the counter of his business, [...]

Secrets of Santa Rosa lecture series  starts Oct. 4

Secrets of Santa Rosa lecture series starts Oct. 4

Arcadia Mill Archaeological Site, in cooperation with the Florida Public Archaeology Network, is hosting the fifth annual Secrets of Santa Rosa: Archaeology and History in Your Backyard lecture series. The topics this year include an historical discussion of longleaf pine, colonial Pensacola, a [...]

Birmingham Coca-Cola bottler expanding to Pensacola

Birmingham Coca-Cola bottler expanding to Pensacola

The Birmingham Business Journal reports today that Birmingham-based Coca-Cola Bottling Co. United, or CCBCU, has announced it plans to expand its footprint to Valparaiso and Pensacola, Fla. Read more.

Chamber hosts BP claims seminar

The Greater Pensacola Chamber will be hosting a seminar for individuals and businesses affected by the Deep-water Horizon oil spill to simplify the claims process and answer any legal questions for those interested in seeking restoration funds. The 2010 oil spill caused significant economic harm [...]

Crist launches Kitchen Table tour

Crist launches Kitchen Table tour

Gov. Rick Scott has had campaign tours highlighting job creation and the military. Challenger Charlie Crist starts today his own tour, a 10-day Kitchen Table Tour to highlight the importance his campaign is placing on the challenges facing the state's middle class. From the Campaign: Charlie [...]

Heads up on new laws taking effect Oct. 1

Heads up on new laws taking effect Oct. 1

By JIM TURNER THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Long-sought regulations on Florida's commercial parasailing industry, along with a measure about crimes against unborn children, are among 32 laws that go into effect Wednesday. A number of the new laws, signed by Gov. Rick Scott after the 2014 [...]

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