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Big Tuesday for City of Pensacola and Baptist Health Care

February 3, 2016

Yesterday, Baptist Hospital announced a new $6-million investment in the commerce park at the entrance to the Pensacola International Airport. The Baptist Medical Park-Airport will feature Andrews Institute for Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, Baptist Heart &…


Good news from the blog, Oct. 10 edition

October 10, 2015

Escambia County Hires Veterans Services Officer Written by Rick Outzen on 04 October 2015 Press release: Escambia County is pleased to announce the hiring of Marvin Merillat as its veterans services officer. This position will be…


Sarasota deregulates all taxis, paves way for Uber

September 9, 2015

Yesterday, Sarasota city commissioners unanimously voted ended its months-long debate as to how to regulate Uber, and instead, voted to strip existing regulations on taxicabs. Read more. The Pensacola City Council held a workshop on Uber…

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Fountain cries foul

August 6, 2015

City Chief Operations Officer Tamara Fountain issued this evening a statement to the Pensacola News Journal accusing reporter Will Isern of printing “allegations and innuendo” after he and Fountain had arranged an interview next week to…


Baldwin on ESPN about Confederate flag

July 20, 2015

Two weeks ago, ESPN came to Pensacola to interview Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin, Jr. He was putting on a football camp at Legion Field for the Southern Youth Sports Association and other area kids.…