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Studer Institute Training opens a second day

Studer Institute Training opens a second day

Press Release: Due to overwhelming response from organizations across the community, the Studer Institute is scheduling a second day of its “Leadership in the Workplace” training. Registration is available at the organization's website, StuderInstitute.com. The original August 20th [...]

Buzz: PNJ reporters told to reapply for their jobs

Buzz: PNJ reporters told to reapply for their jobs

I got this message from a very reliable source: "All PNJ reporters are being restructured and are being required to reapply for their positions in the newsroom. While none have been terminated, they are afraid they won't be hired back." They won't be told if they still have a job and what are [...]

Nelson pushes White House to release RESTORE funds

Nelson pushes White House to release RESTORE funds

U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL) met with city and county leaders as part of a push to get the administration to release hundreds of millions of dollars intended to help Florida’s coastal communities recover from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon accident. Two years have passed since Congress passed the [...]

Pensacola Beach on Travel Channel tonight, 8 p.m.

Pensacola Beach on Travel Channel tonight, 8 p.m.

The Travel Channel's American Grilled features Pensacola Beach Brawl: Four killer grillers in Pensacola, FL, battle it out for $10,000 and the title of Pensacola Grill Master. Sherri, Daniel, Lori and Dana must use local ingredients like Florida avocados, alligator tail, botarga and sugar [...]

Tampa finds parking enforcement is a loss leader

Tampa finds parking enforcement is a loss leader

The Tampa Tribune reports today that its city's mayor is asking for nearly $1.2 million in subsidies for Tampa's parking system — $700,000 to upgrade elevators in the one of its garages and the rest to cover operating losses. I love how reporter Kevin Wiatrowski described the [...]

Transcript of Johnson v. Myers

Transcript of Johnson v. Myers

At the July 17 Pensacola City Council meeting, Councilman Larry Johnson brought back up his effort to have the council investigate fellow Council member Sherri Myers. He had tried to get it on the agenda at the Agenda Review but failed to get a second. Myers had originally seconded the motion, but [...]

Battle for Wedgewood update

Battle for Wedgewood update

Rolling Hills Construction & Debris Recycling Center is still operating. The owner, South Palafox Properties, LLC, is allowed to keep the facility open pending a hearing on Sept. 9. The residents of the Wedgewood community have not signed up with attorney Kenneth Williams yet. Community [...]

Dr. John to perform at the Saenger Theatre

Dr. John to perform at the Saenger Theatre

Dr. John, a six-time Grammy Award-winning musician and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee will bring a bit of New Orleans to the Saenger Theatre on September 18 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for this performance will go on sale to the public on Thursday, August 14 at 10 a.m. at the Saenger Theatre box [...]

Gent’s Formal Wear continues expansion, opens sixth store

Gent’s Formal Wear continues expansion, opens sixth store

Gent’s Formal Wear, a small Pensacola, Fla.-based tuxedo chain, opened new store on July 30 at the Shoppes at North Augusta (GA) center. Michael Martin operates the local franchise. The shop is the sixth Southeastern store for Gent’s Formal Wear, which carries tuxedos and accessories from [...]

Wedgewood Air Quality Health Alert lifted

Wedgewood Air Quality Health Alert lifted

Press Release: Tuesday, August 5, 2014 - 2:00pm Effective immediately, in response to air quality monitoring performed by Escambia County, the Florida Department of Health in Escambia County (FDOH-Escambia) is rescinding the health alert that was issued on July 22, 2014, for the area [...]

Third Florida judge strikes down gay-marriage ban

Third Florida judge strikes down gay-marriage ban

In the latest victory for same-sex couples, a Broward County judge has struck down Florida's ban on gay marriage, but this time to open the door for a lesbian divorce. Circuit Judge Dale Cohen ruled Monday that the state's voter-approved prohibition against gay marriage violates the due process [...]

Tallahassee bar unveils new drink, The Jerry-mander

Tallahassee bar unveils new drink, The Jerry-mander

Peter Schorsch, founder of SaintPetersblog, reports on new special cocktail in honor of the special legislative session to redraw the congressional districts in Florida. To help lawmakers, staff, reporters and other politicos get by during the dog days of summer, Tallahassee's Madison Social is [...]

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