Posted in News

Breaking news: Eddins won’t seek re-election

State Attorney Bill Eddins called Inweekly to say that he has told his staff that he won’t run for another term. His chief assistant state…

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Posted in Caring

Pen Air announces 2020 Jeans for Communerosity charities  

Pensacola, FLA. – Pen Air Federal Credit Union announces its 2020 Jeans for Communerosity Charities (J4C). Each charity will each receive a gift of $5,000,…

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Posted in Caring Entertainment

Jokes for Coats returns Jan. 11

Press Release:If you were lucky enough to be in attendance at the last Jokes for Coats performance, you know what the hype is all about….

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Posted in Entertainment

Martini Night returns tonight

Inweekly Martini Nights return 5-6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 8 at Angelena’s Ristorante Italiano.  Stop by for a drink and conversation before you head home.

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Posted in Business Entertainment

WSRE GM heads to Chattanooga

Bob Culkeen, the general manager and executive director for WSRE-TV in Pensacola, Fla., will become general manager for Chattanooga’s PBS station, WTCI TV, on Jan….

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Posted in Escambia County

Rising Star chosen to be county facilities director

A member of the 2013 Inweekly Rising Star class, Cassie Boatwright, has been chosen to be Escambia County’s new director of facilities management. Boatwright joins…

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Posted in Pensacola

Presser Notes: Sanitation, Cyber and Stormwater

Following a break for the holidays, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson resumed his weekly press conferences Monday, opening the year with a joke. “As we get…

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Posted in Education

UWF selects Business College Dean

Press Release: University of West Florida Provost and Senior Vice President George Ellenberg announced the appointment of Richard Fountain as dean of the College of…

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Former UWF VP finalist of college presidency

Brendan Kelly, former UWF VP of university advancement, is a finalist for the president position at the University of West Georgia. He left UWF in…

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