Posted in Business Entertainment

St. Paddy’s Day Pub Crawl [podcast]

The Pensacola Beach Chamber of Commerce invites one and all to “Go Irish on the Island” on Thursday, March 17 for St. Patrick’s Day. This…

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Posted in Business Escambia County

Breaking: Escambia created 7,805 jobs in past year

The total number of jobs in Florida has returned to pre-pandemic levels, and the state’s unemployment rate in December and January has dropped to 3.5%,…

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Posted in Business

Lawmakers change public notice law

From The News Service of Florida: Florida lawmakers gave final approval Thursday evening to a plan that would revamp laws about publishing local-government legal notices….

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Posted in Business

Daily newspapers may lose revenue source

From the News Service of Florida: The Florida Senate on Wednesday could take up a proposal that would change laws about publishing local-government legal notices,…

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Posted in Business State & National News

Cox keeps customers connected to family members in Ukraine

ATLANTA, GA – Cox Communications announced today the company will provide Cox Voice customers with free long-distance calling to Ukraine, Hungary, Romania, Poland, Bulgaria and…

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Posted in Business Education News

Importance of Sun Belt tournaments to our tourism [podcast]

Visit Pensacola CEP Darren Schaefer is excited for the Sun Belt Conference men’s and women’s basketball tournaments to begin this week. “Starting Wednesday, we will…

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Posted in Business Education Pensacola

National Engineers Week [podcast]

Guided Particle Systems cordially invites you to meet the team and learn about company projects and internship opportunities in celebration of National Engineers Week. REGISTER…

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Posted in Business State & National News

Broadband expansion proposal modified

By Jim Turner, News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Lawmakers awaiting federal money scaled back a proposal Tuesday that would help broadband providers expand service…

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Posted in Business Caring

CivicCon returns in March

CivicCon is now in its fifth year. It is a partnership of the Studer Community Institute and the Pensacola News Journal with the goal of…

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