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Four locals named among 100 most influential people in Florida politics

Our area had four people named to the Influence Magazine’s “Influence 100” list–Lewis Bear, Jr., Stan Connally, Andy Marlette and Collier Merrill. Florida CFO Jimmy…

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Bay Cruises start June 22

Bay Cruises Start Friday The National Park Service and Gulf Coast Maritime Services, Inc. have signed a contract for the operation of Pensacola Bay Cruises….

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Pensacola job market one of the best in Florida

With Florida’s economy expected to hit $1 trillion this year and its unemployment rate at 3.9 percent, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report…

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Bay County starts work on $37-million sports park (Mayor Hayward, please read footnote)

Yesterday, Bay County broke ground on a $37-million sports park that will include an outdoor field complex, athletic fields, walking and biking trails. It is…

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Triumph board approves $10M grant to expand Port of Panama City, moves to contract phase on Escambia training grant

Triumph Gulf Coast’s board of directors unanimously voted on final approval yesterday of a $10 million grant agreement with the Port of Panama City for…

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Breaking news: DIB director resigns

From the Downtown Improvement Board: Downtown Improvement Board (DIB) Executive Director Curt Morse has announced his resignation, effective June 6, 2018. “Thank you very much…

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Forget VT MAE

The new $46-million maintenance and repair operation at the Pensacola International Airport will no longer be called VTMAE. The company’s official name is “ST Engineering…

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The $737K default letter

The mayor is asking the Pensacola City Council to approve the sale of the Pitts Slip Marina and a ground lease for city-owned land on…

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American Airlines subsidiary to establish maintenance facility in Pensacola

American Airlines’ subsidiary PSA Airlines will establish a maintenance facility at Pensacola International Airport (PNS). The facility will become operational by October. “The addition of…

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