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Spirit Airlines coming to Pensacola

Spirit Airlines today announced More Go to the Florida Panhandle, with plans to bring Spirit Signature Service, brand new Airbus planes and its low fares…

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Mayoral Q&A: Vaccines and a Parking Garage

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly A couple of days after engaging in a spirited discussion with the Pensacola City Council about the prospects of leasing a…

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DPZ has no idea what will happen at COW

Marina Khoury and her DPZ CoDesign team have no idea what will happen at today’s Committee of the Whole. The commissioners are scheduled to review…

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gBETA Pensacola seeks early-stage companies

gBETA Pensacola  is currently recruiting entrepreneurs statewide for its Spring 2021 cohort. gBETA Pensacola is a seven-week accelerator for early-stage companies with Pensacola roots who are…

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Council debates maritime park proposal

By Jeremy Morrison Raising concerns about finances, the potential for gentrification and “opportunity hoarding,” the Pensacola City Council cast a collective sideways glance at the…

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New proposal shows value of incentives

For the past few years, several locals have argued that economic development shouldn’t need incentives –  no property tax abatements (also known as edates) or…

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WEAR TV lays off veteran staff

Sinclair Broadcast Group, owner of WEAR-TV, has laid about a dozen employees last week from its Pensacola station, including April Baker, Steve Nissim and Kathryn…

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Bay Bridge won’t make March reopening deadline

From FDOT: As Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) contractors were conducting repairs to the Pensacola Bay Bridge, it was determined that additional repair work was…

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Subcontractor details claims against Skanska

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly This time last year, Ken Canty was still on the job, handling demolition work on the old Pensacola Bay bridge. Things…

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