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Resignation letter from Pensacola City Administrator

Resignation letter from Pensacola City Administrator

Colleen Castille's resignation is not unexpected. Her contract with the mayor was for one year. Her two-page resignation letter highlights the accomplishments of Team Hayward during her year of service. $7 million grant to develop and improve stormwater projects, including Corrine Jones, [...]

Castille resigns as city administrator

Castille resigns as city administrator

Coleen Castille has resigned as Pensacola's city administrator, effective Sept. 3. City CFO Dick Barker will be the interim administrator. Communications Administrator Tamara Fountain has been promoted to Chief Operations Officer. Eric Olson will be the assistant city administrator. Press [...]

Pensacola named to Top 10 Sexiest Small Cities in America

Another list, another title for Pensacola - The Upside of Florida: 1. Sarasota, FL 2. Pensacola, FL 3. Bradenton, FL 4. Marietta, GA 5. Carson City, NV 6. Ocala, FL 7. Grand Junction, CO 8. Lancaster, PA 9. Chapel Hill, NC 10. San Marcos, TX The 10 Sexiest Small Cities In America By [...]

Bondi: FDA Cigar rules ‘Overboard’

Bondi: FDA Cigar rules ‘Overboard’

By JIM TURNER THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Attorney General Pam Bondi labeled as "overbroad" the federal government's proposed regulations to link electronic cigarettes, cigars and other tobacco products to the same rules as the cigarette industry. Bondi wrote in a letter that she wants the [...]

Kenny Chesney says ‘Thank you’

Kenny Chesney says ‘Thank you’

Kenny Chesney will be holding a free concert this weekend at the Flora-Bama. Ads have been running daily in the PNJ explaining how his promoters and the bar will deal with parking and transportation. Chesney sent to the bar owner this 'Thank you' email, which in turn was passed on to the [...]

Studer named Healthcare Visionary

Studer named Healthcare Visionary

Modern Healthcare will honor next month Quint Studer, founder of Studer Group, with its first-ever Healthcare Marketing Visionary IMPACT Award. The special award was created to recognize each year an outstanding individual who has effectively and ethically advanced public understanding of [...]

Open Mic Night features new poet laureate,  Aug. 19

Open Mic Night features new poet laureate, Aug. 19

Jamey Jones, the new Poet Laureate of Northwest Florida and instructor at Pensacola State, opens the August 19 Third Tuesday Open Mic with a reading of his poetry. Jones, a fifth generation Pensacolian, holds a Mastsers of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Long Island University and is well known [...]

Early Voting Begins Saturday

Early Voting Begins Saturday

Escambia County Supervisor of Elections David H. Stafford reminded voters today that beginning Saturday, August 16, seven early voting sites will be available for the Primary Election: Escambia County Extension Office 3740 Stefani Road Molino Community [...]

Drew Brees challenges Bubba Watson, get out the ice bucket

Drew Brees challenges Bubba Watson, get out the ice bucket

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees was yesterday doused with chilly ice water as part of the viral "Ice Bucket Challenge" designed to raise awareness for ALS. Under the challenge, one person challenges another to either make a donation to the ALS Association or undergo a chilly ice-bucket [...]

Pensacola leads state in Payday loans

Pensacola leads state in Payday loans

Greater than one-in-three payday loans made in the state of Florida are done in the Pensacola, according to a study by the Research Institute on Social Economic Policy at Florida International University. Florida's payday lending industry is a $2.85 billion business. "The region with the [...]

Redistricting session over, not everyone is happy

Redistricting session over, not everyone is happy

By BRANDON LARRABEE THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA The special redistricting session held by the Legislature lasted just five days, but the two-year battle over the boundaries of the state's 27 congressional districts seems to be far from over. Voting-rights groups who sued to get the original [...]

Crist bans Tampa Bay Times reporter from campaign bus

Crist bans Tampa Bay Times reporter from campaign bus

Politicians and their staffs attacking and "punishing" reporters who are critical is not just a city of Pensacola phenomenon. The Crist campaign has decided not to allow Tampa Bay Times political editor Adam Smith on a three-day bus tour. Smith, along with Times' writer Michael Kruse, published [...]

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