Posted in Caring Education

2020 Spirit of UWF Alumni and Community Awards

The University of West Florida hosted the first ever virtual 2020 Spirit of UWF Alumni and Community Awards ceremony on Oct. 24. The annual awards…

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3000 vouchers needed

The Naval Aviation Museum Foundation needs the community’s help to make the Blue Angels license plate a reality. The Department of Motor Vehicle’s process to…

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Interview: R.G. Belsky

For my podcast “And the Murder Began,” I recently interviewed Dick Belsky, creator of the popular Clare Carlson series. Belsky has an extensive news background,…

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Posted in Caring Entertainment

New podcast series: ‘And the Murders Began’

I’ve created a weekly podcast in which I interview mystery writers and journalists about their craft – And the Murders Began. This is the inaugural…

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Posted in Business Caring

Brand on Us 2020

idgroup, a Pensacola-based brand transformation firm, calls for area nonprofits in the Art, Culture and Recreation category to submit entries for its ninth annual Brand…

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Karen Pence to watch Blue Angels, visit with military spouses

On Wednesday, Oct. 14, Second Lady Karen Pence will travel to Pensacola to meet with military leadership regarding mental health and military spouse programs, talk…

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IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area announces 2020 grant recipients

Pensacola – IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area, a women’s philanthropic organization, is pleased to announce the eleven grant recipients selected at this year’s Annual Meeting…

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Five Southern Professional Hockey League sit out 2020-21 season

The Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) today announced that the 2020-2021 season will be comprised of five teams and feature a 42-game regular season schedule….

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Posted in Caring Escambia County Recovery State & National News

DeSantis lets eviction moratorium expire

Pointing to a move by the federal government to halt evictions, Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday let expire an executive order aimed at limiting evictions…

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