Posted in Business Health

DeSantis want to get to ‘yes’ on bars

By Jim Turner, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Ron DeSantis said he hopes to give Floridians the “ability to have some enjoyment…

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Posted in Business Escambia County

CARES Rent and Mortgage assistance overwhelmed, closes after four days

Escambia County’s Rent and Mortgage Assistance program for those impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic was supposed to stay open until Sept. 14. Instead the application…

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Posted in Business Politics

‘Hot Dog Licenses’ for bars may continue until year-end

“It’s simply a way for the Department of Business and Professional Regulation and the governor to look like they’re doing something, which seems to be…

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Posted in Business Florida Pensacola

Space Command: A good fit for Pensacola

The competition to be home for the U.S. Space Command moved to a new level this week as communities seeking the headquarters submitted their proposals….

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Supreme Court offers temporary fix for Florida Bar exam

By Dara Kam, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — The state Supreme Court on Monday released a supervised-practice program for law school graduates who…

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Historic Coca-Cola plant sold

The former Coca-Cola bottling plant located at 1625 N. Palafox St., just north of downtown Pensacola, has a new owner. David Fetter and Bill Wunnenberg,…

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Posted in Business

Re-employ Escarosa

Press release: In an effort to connect citizens of Escambia and Santa Rosa counties with employment opportunities and assist in the recovery of area businesses,…

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COVID Small Business Impact Survey launched

Florida SBDC Network Headquarters (Pensacola, Fla.) – The Florida SBDC Network, Florida Chamber Foundation, and the University of West Florida Haas Center have joined forces…

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New start-up program in Belmont DeVilliers neighborhood

Press release: Startups on the Blocks, a new entrepreneurial program that supports founders of color, kicks off today in the Historic Belmont DeVilliers neighborhood. The…

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