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Pop up park – Gallery Night

Pensacola, FL  – Pensacola’s Downtown Improvement Board is teaming up with Gallery Night to celebrate International PARK(ing) Day, and the community is invited to transform…

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Visit Pensacola CEO named finalist for St. Pete job

Pinellas County Administrator Barry A. Burton announced the names of the three new finalists for the Visit St. Pete/Clearwater president and CEO position today – included on…

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Berryhill Admin Complex up for sale

Press release: The Santa Rosa County School District, represented by Scoggins III, Inc., is offering the former Berryhill Administrative Complex for sale by bid. In…

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GPS Hospitality hiring

Press Release: GPS Hospitality, a fast-growing BURGER KING®, POPEYES® Louisiana Kitchen and Pizza Hut franchisee, will host its annual job fair on Thursday, Sept. 12 with a…

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Posted in Business Entertainment Escambia County

Visit Pensacola announces grants

Pensacola, Fla. – Visit Pensacola is pleased to announce its 2019-20 grant recipients for events taking place between Oct. 1, 2019 – April 30, 2020….

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Panhandle to get new area code

Amid concerns that the 850 area code will “exhaust” in 2022, state regulators are considering a proposal that could lead to an additional area code…

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Posted in Business Pensacola

Pitt Slip deal coming soon?

By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly The city of Pensacola may be preparing to finalize a longterm lease for its Pitt Slip property, and in doing so…

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Posted in Business Escambia County

‘Small Things’ delay bridge

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly State Senator Doug Broxson (R-Gulf Breeze), accompanied by a spokesman from the Florida Department of Transportation, invited local media to his…

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Posted in Business Caring

Black Women’s Equal Pay Day

August 22 marks Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, which represents how far into 2019 Black women have to work before their wages catch up to…

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