Posted in Business Caring

SCI welcomes new board members

The Studer Community Institute welcomed new members to the SCI Board of Directors—Tosh Belsinger, Jules Kariher, Van Mansker, Tia Robbins, Kathy Sandstorm, Joy Sharo, Michelle…

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Posted in Health Caring

Children’s Hospital launches ICU campaign

The Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Ascension Sacred Heart is launching a $19 million project to build a new pediatric intensive care unit and new…

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Posted in Education Caring

PYP survey shows support for Education Tax

As the organization has since 2008, the Pensacola Young Professionals recently released its Quality of Life Survey results for this year. This year’s survey indicates…

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Heroes Among Us – Thursday

Pensacola, Fla. – The Cpl. J.R. Spears Detachment of the Marine Corps League announces the Annual Heroes Among Us speaker series event for 6 p.m….

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Posted in Entertainment Business

Gallery Night cancelled

PENSACOLA, FL – Oct. 18, 2019 – Due to the extreme weather from tropical storm Nester expected to affect the Pensacola area this evening, tonight’s…

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CivicCon tackles opioid crisis

CivicCon is bringing to Dr. Tom McLellan Pensacola 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 21 at The Rex Theatre, 18 N. Palafox St. To attend, simply RSVP…

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Posted in Caring Education Politics

2020 Vision eyes Education, Election

In an effort to better inform the local African-American community about issues that can impact them, a collective of groups kicked off their 2020 Vision…

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PYP Quality of Life survey rolls out tonight

In partnership with CivicCon, the Pensacola Young Professionals will present this year’s Quality of Life survey data at a free and open event on 5:30…

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Have you reviewed ‘City of Grudges?’

If you read ‘City of Grudges’ but not written a review on Amazon, please do so today. We’re close to selling out the first printing,…

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