Posted in Environment

EPA partially deletes Pensacola Superfund site

PENSACOLA, Fla.  (Oct. 29, 2019) – Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that in Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 the agency deleted all or…

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Posted in Education

Bense inducted in Florida Women’s HOF

University of West Florida President Emeritus Dr. Judith Bense is a new member of the Florida Women’s Hall of Fame. The Florida Commission on the…

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Posted in Caring Health

Bubba Watson kicks off ad campaign for Children’s Hospital

To support the efforts of Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Ascension Sacred Heart to serve children from across the Gulf Coast region, especially kids living…

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Posted in Business Caring

SCI welcomes new board members

The Studer Community Institute welcomed new members to the SCI Board of Directors—Tosh Belsinger, Jules Kariher, Van Mansker, Tia Robbins, Kathy Sandstorm, Joy Sharo, Michelle…

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Posted in Politics

Brown brought out of retirement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, October 23, 2019 Visit Pensacola Announces Interim President, Succession Plan Pensacola, Fla. – Visit Pensacola announced today that former county administrator…

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Posted in Education

Five community forums on appointed superintendent

Patty Hightower, chair of the School Board of Escambia County, and Malcolm Thomas, Superintendent of Schools, announced the schedule for five Community Forums planned to…

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Posted in Business Entertainment

Gallery Night cancelled

PENSACOLA, FL – Oct. 18, 2019 – Due to the extreme weather from tropical storm Nester expected to affect the Pensacola area this evening, tonight’s…

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Posted in Business Education

Women’s Entrepreneurship Week panel next Wednesday

Pensacola, FL, October 18, 2019 – Be inspired and hear practical advice as female founders discuss the obstacles and successes they’ve encountered on the path…

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Posted in Politics

Escambia County under tropical storm warning

Escambia County has been placed under a Tropical Storm Warning for Potential Tropical Cyclone 16, and county officials are encouraging residents to closely monitor weather conditions…

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