Posted in Business Health

Baptist building bonds issued

Press release: Baptist Health Care achieved another milestone in the journey to build the community’s new full-scale health campus that will be located at the…

Continue Reading
Posted in Business

Gulf Power Company Employees Credit Union to merge with FSUCU

The board of the Gulf Power Company Employees Credit Union voted to merge into Tallahassee-based Florida State University Credit Union. The merger is still subject…

Continue Reading
Posted in Business

Tourism grant deadline approaches

The Visit Pensacola Event Grant submission deadline for events occurring May 1 – Sept. 30, 2020 is 3 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11. No applications will be accepted after…

Continue Reading
Posted in Business Caring

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…

Continue Reading
Posted in Business Florida

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…

Continue Reading
Posted in Business

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…

Continue Reading
Posted in Business

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,…

Continue Reading
Posted in Business Caring

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…

Continue Reading
Posted in Business Education State & National News

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…

Continue Reading