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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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Impact 100 hands out $1.17 million

IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area, a women’s philanthropic organization, announced Sunday, Oct. 13 the 11 recipients selected at this year’s annual meeting. These nonprofit finalists…

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2019 Mr. Robbins’ Neighborhood Super Bowl Bonanza

Mr. Robbins Neighborhood today announced its 3rd Annual Super Bowl Bonanza will be held 4:30-9 p.m.  Nov. 9 at Cordova Lanes Bowling Center.

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BBC returns to WUWF

PENSACOLA: The BBC World Service has returned to WUWF’s overnight lineup. Monday through Saturday from midnight to 5 a.m. listeners can tune into 88.1 FM,…

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Ft. Pickens get underwater clean-up

The beach at Fort Pickens State Park will be getting spruced up this weekend. Dive Pros’ scuba club, 3rd Coast Divers, will be cleaning the…

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SYSA Soul Bowl set for Oct. 12

The 28th annual Soul Bowl will again be played at Blue Wahoos Stadium on Oct. 12 in partnership with the Pensacola Blue Wahoos and the Southern Youth Sports Association.

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WRL discusses human trafficking

Women for Responsible Legislation will hold their monthly meeting 11:30 a.m.- 1 p.m. Thursday, Sep. 26 at Pensacola City Hall. This month representatives from the…

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