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TDC chair officially requests state audit of TDC funds

On Friday, April 9,  Escambia County  Tourist Development Council chair David Bear sent a letter to the Florida Department of Revenue and County Administrator Janice…

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Country Club set victims of insurance fraud

John Thomas, owner of Thomas Insurance on Garden Street in Pensacola, has been arrested by federal agents in Arizona for wire fraud. Sources have shared…

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Pensacola News Journal sold

The media industry is shocked to hear the Pensacola News Journal, the prized jewel of the Gannett media empire, has been sold. Dozens of employees,…

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Silver Hills walks away from CMP proposal

From the Mayor’s Office: Despite our best efforts, the City of Pensacola was not able to come to a successful agreement on lease terms for…

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Bay Bridge opening moved to May 31

Anyone want to guess when two lanes of the Pensacola Bay Bridge will open? According to the Florida Department of Transportation, they will be usable…

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United adds more non-stop flights to Pensacola

United Airlines will offer expanded service to Pensacola with four new nonstop destinations beginning in May 2021-Cleveland (CLE), Milwaukee (MKE), Cincinnati (CVG), and Pittsburgh (PIT)….

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Upcoming job fairs

Press release: Job loss or major business impacts are devastating under any circumstance. We offer employment, recruiting, hiring and training services at CareerSource Escarosa. As…

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FloridaWest’s Andrews achieves MEDP

Press Release: Danita Andrews, Chief Business Development Officer, FloridaWest EDA recently completed the Advanced Economic Development Leadership executive education program and was awarded the Master…

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Southtowne taxes

Southtowne, a 258-unit apartment complex built by Studer properties in downtown Pensacola, received an economic development exemption, known as an EDATE, from the city and…

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