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Weekly Roundup

By Ana Ceballos Recap and analysis of the week in state government and politics TALLAHASSEE — On Valentine’s Day two years ago, tragedy struck Parkland,…

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Baptist building bonds issued

Press release: Baptist Health Care achieved another milestone in the journey to build the community’s new full-scale health campus that will be located at the…

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Cyberattack on city was predictable

After experiencing a cyberattack on Dec. 7, 2019 that impacted the City of Pensacola’s network, the city engaged Deloitte & Touche LLP to assess the…

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Posted in Business

Gulf Power Company Employees Credit Union to merge with FSUCU

The board of the Gulf Power Company Employees Credit Union voted to merge into Tallahassee-based Florida State University Credit Union. The merger is still subject…

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SRIA reopens parade to krewes

SRIA has agreed to reopen Mardi Gras parade discussion: Hello Mike, Its been a long time since we’ve corresponded and it’s great to hear from…

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Andrade gets General ‘Chappie’ James Memorial Bridge added to House bill

State Rep. Alex Andrade was successful in getting the new Pensacola Bay Bridge to be named after Pensacola hero General “Chappie” James. He got the…

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Mardi Gras krewes seek make-up safety meeting from SRIA

This letter was shared with Inweekly: Director Ghio, SRIA Board Members, County Commissioners and ECSO staff, I am writing to express my extreme disappointment and…

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March lineup for RadioLive

WUWF’s RadioLive announces lineup for March. The popular monthly acoustic concert series returns on Thursday, March 5, 2020 at the Museum of Commerce in Historic Pensacola with Brooks Williams, Heather Pierson…

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Dixon scholar wins film fest

Que’Vieon Preyer, an 8th-grade scholar at Dixon School of Arts & Sciences, won the middle school category for his film at the Youth Making Ripples…

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