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Study: A Higher Minimum Wage Would Reduce Child Abuse

The states of Oregon and Maryland and the cities of Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., all have implemented minimum-wage hikes this summer, and one study…

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Cody Martin joins Pensacola Opera

Executive Director Jerome Shannon announces the appointment of Cody Martin to the position of Director of Education for Pensacola Opera. “Cody Martin is one of…

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Proposals for CUBED sought

The University of West Florida’s Pensacola Museum of Art, artists and independent curators Evan Levin and Ashton Howard, and the Pensacola Foo Foo Festival invite…

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Eight facts about Bishop Bill Wack and his installation

Yesterday Most Reverend William Wack was ordained and installed as the sixth bishop of the Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee. Here are few facts we learned: 1….

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Catholic bishop to be ordained tomorrow

Tomorrow the Roman Catholic Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee will ordain and install Most Reverend William L. Wack as the sixth bishop of the diocese. The ceremony…

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Podcast: Back to School Black Light Bash

Vibe Inc., Vinyl Music Hall and Glow Productions have teamed up to create a “Neon” inspired back to school event that will be fun for…

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Marines honor Blue Angel Jeff Kuss and other fallen marines tomorrow

On Aug. 19, at 10 a.m., on the fifth anniversary of the Marine Aviation Memorial Bell Tower dedication to the greater Pensacola Bay community, the…

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Zarzaur offers free Sno-Balls on Tuesdays

Zarzaur Law is sponsoring free Kona ice every Tuesday in August from 2-4 p.m. So you’ve got 50 minutes to get to Palafox and Romana.

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Florida adds dozen more Zika case last week

From The News Service of Florida: Florida health officials added another 12 reported cases of the Zika virus during the past week, including the first…

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