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Central Credit Union offers Shred-a-thon

Central Credit Union of Florida is offering four FREE Shred-a-Thon events in Pensacola this year. Each year, the credit union provides the public with opportunities…

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This could hurt dailies’ bottom-line

The Florida House Judiciary Committee has advanced legislation that would allow local governments to post legal notices on city websites rather than taking out ads…

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LeaP nominations sought

The Pensacola Chamber Foundation has opened nominations process for the Leadership Pensacola (LeaP) Class of 2021. Nominations will be accepted through Feb. 28. Started in…

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Downtown Pensacola safer

The Downtown Improvement Board has continued to invest in technology, partnerships and infrastructure to make the 44-block district safe and secure for those who work,…

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Gulf Breeze Zoo wins national conservation award

In January 2019, the Gulf Breeze Zoo added a family of Orangutans and started their “Spirit of Sumatra” conservation program. Recently, the Zoo received high…

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Highlights: State of the State

In his State of the State address today, Governor Ron DeSantis encouraged lawmakers to recognize that people are more mobile and will move out of…

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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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DIB parking free next week

Press Release: From Dec. 15-22, there’s no charge to park in a metered parking space on downtown Pensacola streets, the Downtown Improvement Board announced this…

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The IP & FDEP workaround

International Paper in Cantonment has been unable to secure a permit from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection since 2010. Since that time, the company…

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