Posted in Business Caring

Brand on Us 2020

idgroup, a Pensacola-based brand transformation firm, calls for area nonprofits in the Art, Culture and Recreation category to submit entries for its ninth annual Brand…

Continue Reading
Posted in Caring

Karen Pence to watch Blue Angels, visit with military spouses

On Wednesday, Oct. 14, Second Lady Karen Pence will travel to Pensacola to meet with military leadership regarding mental health and military spouse programs, talk…

Continue Reading
Posted in Caring

IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area announces 2020 grant recipients

Pensacola – IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area, a women’s philanthropic organization, is pleased to announce the eleven grant recipients selected at this year’s Annual Meeting…

Continue Reading
Posted in Health

Escambia on pace to surpass Sept. COVID deaths

Since I wrote about Escambia County’s COVID deaths ranking as the county’s third largest cause of deaths, the Florida Department of Health has reported six…

Continue Reading
Posted in Jail

Man charged with possession of child pornography escapes from road crew

The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office has posted on its Facebook that deputies are assisting the Escambia County Jail in locating an escaped inmate, Jeremy Daniel…

Continue Reading
Posted in Recovery

FEMA hands out $7.5 million to Panhandle residents

PENSACOLA, Fla. – One week after becoming eligible for federal assistance for Hurricane Sally, 1,716 Florida individuals and households in Bay, Escambia, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa…

Continue Reading
Posted in Health

COVID – third biggest of death in Escambia County

The Florida Department of Health reported Escambia County had nine additional death due to COVID-19, which increased the county’s death toll to 254 since March….

Continue Reading
Posted in Business Escambia County

Breaking: DMO disbands

On Tuesday, the members of the Escambia County Destination Marketing Organization (DMO voted to “wind down,” effective Oct. 31. The vote came a week after…

Continue Reading
Posted in Pensacola

Considering an Indigenous perspective for Plaza Ferdinand

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly The bust of Andrew Jackson in Plaza Ferdinand may be getting some company, but it remains unclear if that addition will…

Continue Reading