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Quint Studer: Building a Vibrant Community [podcast]

August 24, 2016

Quint Studer discussed last week on “Pensacola Speaks” how to build a vibrant community. He is pushing for the City of Pensacola, ECUA, Escambia County and Gulf Power to develop a strategy for improving infrastructure downtown.…

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What will Mayor Hayward do with parking plan

August 11, 2016

The West Florida Regional Planning Council presented its downtown parking study to the Pensacola City Council on Monday. The $30,000 study was commissioned by Mayor Ashton Hayward as part of his goals for 2016. In a…

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Downtown restaurant welcomes Pokemon Go players

July 27, 2016

Four Seasons Catering & Eatery is the first business in downtown Pensacola to offer free drinks to Pokémon Go players. Charles Mielke and Kelly Greene, owners of Four Seasons, are convinced that giving away bottled water…

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UWF aluma gets recognition for Palafox Historic District

June 10, 2016

From UWF: The Palafox Historic District, spanning from Chase to Zaragoza streets and Spring to Tarragona streets in downtown Pensacola, is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places thanks to the organizing efforts of…

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Facebook page for Pensacola Parking Study is live

March 2, 2016

In coordination with the City of Pensacola, West Florida Regional Planning Council has launched the Pensacola Parking Strategies as a Catalyst to Economic Development Facebook page. This page is for the community to be aware of…

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Downtown Pensacola expands beyond Palafox

September 7, 2015

Downtown Pensacola is experiencing a rebirth right before our eyes. In the next 18 months or so, downtown Pensacola will expand beyond its main drag, South Palafox Street. Studer Properties LLP has demolished the old Pensacola…

Environment

Mayor Hayward takes flood retrospective tour

April 28, 2015

It was on the evening of April 29, 2014 that the area experienced nearly continuous rain that dumped over 20 inches of rainfall. To mark the first anniversary of the April 2014 flooding, Mayor Ashton Hayward…

Entertainment

Smokin’ in the Square today

March 7, 2015

Professional barbecue teams from around the U.S. gather to compete at the first barbecue contest locally to be sanctioned by the Kansas City Barbecue Society (KSBS). The teams compete for prize money and points. Local barbecue…