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Town Hall meeting on ST Aerospace, Feb. 25

City Holds Public Meeting Regarding ST Aerospace Mobile, Inc. Project WHAT: The City of Pensacola welcomes the community to a public meeting to provide an…

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INYR: Trends forecaster Gerald Celente on at 1pm

On IN Your Head Radio I will have today Gerald Celente, one of the foremost trends forecasters in the world. His magazine Trends Journal is…

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Attorney Patrick Emmanuel retires

After 67 years of dedication and commitment to the Pensacola community, Patrick G. Emmanuel has retired from the law firm of Emmanuel, Sheppard & Condon….

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More local appointees

ROBYN DOHN HAVARD AND LYDIA NIXON have been appointed or reappointed by Gov. Rick Scott to the Board of Massage Therapy. Dohn Havard, of Gulf…

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Greyhound racing under attack in Tallahassee

Opponents of greyhound racing said Wednesday they are renewing efforts to end a requirement that some pari-mutuel facilities run dog races to be able to…

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Offshore Inland to bring 100 jobs to the Port of Pensacola

WEAR TV 3 broke on its Wednesday evening newscasts that Offshore Inland has reached an agreement with the city of Pensacola to lease a warehouse…

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Mobile mayor wants Magic Johnson to visit his city, too

John Sharp reports in his column, Sharp Eye, that Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson was very impressed when he heard Magic Johnson speak in Pensacola on…

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ST Aerospace Powerpoint

County staff prepared a Powerpoint presentation on Project Stallion, the code name for ST Aerospace. Reviewing it I can better understand the concerns of the…

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Florida posts record 2013 tourism numbers

Florida attracted an estimated 94.7 million tourists last year, about a 3.5 percent increase over 2012. The figure marks the third consecutive year the state…

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