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Presser notes: Possible Paddle Battle

Pensacola is currently seeking to establish a regional paddle trail in local waterways, complete with a designation from the Florida Paddling Trails Association as a…

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Presser notes: $17 million question

Last summer, the Pensacola City Council decided to refinance $40 million of debt associated with the Community Maritime Park and then borrow $17.7 million to…

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Posted in Guns Pensacola

Presser notes: Mayor discusses Cervantes shootout

Advice to shooters: “This is going to end badly for you, one way of the other.” Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson said Monday that he was…

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Chappie James Museum fundraiser

The Chappie James Museum is hosting its annual General Daniel “Chappie” James Fundraiser event in February. This year’s event marks the celebration of what would…

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Posted in Education Pensacola

UWF brings championship trophy to city hall

Following the University of West Florida Argonauts football team’s weekend win and clinching of the Division-II national championship, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson offered his congratulations…

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Cervantes: Less wall but not perfect

Following a season of negative feedback concerning safety improvements for West Cervantes Street in Pensacola, the Florida Department of Transportation presented revised plans Tuesday night…

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City of Pensacola servers attacked

The city of Pensacola is the target of a cyber attack, which has impacted the city’s communication and technology infrastructure. “Everything that was here within…

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Posted in Crime Pensacola

Gun Violence Task Force wraps up Phase I

A collective of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies have been working together for the past three months in an effort to address the…

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The IP & FDEP workaround

International Paper in Cantonment has been unable to secure a permit from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection since 2010. Since that time, the company…

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