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New fire code puts food trucks in jeopardy

Yesterday Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson called to explain that the state has adopted a new fire code that food trucks and mobile or temporary cooking…

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Poll: City voters favor cutting bottle club hours

In a InWeekly/Political Matrix poll of 538 likely voters in the city of Pensacola, we found that 40.1 percent supported closing the bottle clubs in…

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McMahon named to Marine Fisheries Advisory

Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross has appointed three new advisors to NOAA’s Marine Fisheries Advisory Committee, bringing the group’s membership to the full complement of…

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ST Engineering lands $1.3B contract

Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd (ST Engineering) today announced that its Aerospace and Electronics sectors have secured new contracts with a combined value of about $2.1…

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Thomson named Chamber CEO

At their April board meeting, the Greater Pensacola Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors voted to name Todd Thomson President/CEO of the organization.  Thomson replaces…

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Buzz: Gulf Power parachutes

Inweekly has been told approximately 280 Gulf Power employees have received enhanced retirement packages. Employee, who are 50 years or older and have 10 years…

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Radio news icon passes

Longtime Pensacola radio fixture John Teelin died recently while in hospice care. John spent many years at WCOA radio and later worked as part-time news…

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Underhill tries end run on PEDC bill, fails

Escambia County Commissioner Doug Underhill last week tried to get the Florida House State Affairs Committee to not hear HB 1067, which restructures the Pensacola-Escambia…

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Pensacola makes Final Four

Pensacola eked out a four-point victory over Delray, Fla. in the 2019 Strongest Town contest. More than 5,500 votes were cast in our second round…

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