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Blue Wahoos honor heroes of NAS shooting

The Pensacola Blue Wahoos will take the field in 2020 with their city over their hearts. The team announced on Thursday that the Blue Wahoos…

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Gulf Breeze Zoo wins national conservation award

In January 2019, the Gulf Breeze Zoo added a family of Orangutans and started their “Spirit of Sumatra” conservation program. Recently, the Zoo received high…

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Chappie James Museum fundraiser

The Chappie James Museum is hosting its annual General Daniel “Chappie” James Fundraiser event in February. This year’s event marks the celebration of what would…

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Pen Air announces 2020 Jeans for Communerosity charities  

Pensacola, FLA. – Pen Air Federal Credit Union announces its 2020 Jeans for Communerosity Charities (J4C). Each charity will each receive a gift of $5,000,…

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Jokes for Coats returns Jan. 11

Press Release:If you were lucky enough to be in attendance at the last Jokes for Coats performance, you know what the hype is all about….

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Martini Night returns tonight

Inweekly Martini Nights return 5-6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 8 at Angelena’s Ristorante Italiano.  Stop by for a drink and conversation before you head home.

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WSRE GM heads to Chattanooga

Bob Culkeen, the general manager and executive director for WSRE-TV in Pensacola, Fla., will become general manager for Chattanooga’s PBS station, WTCI TV, on Jan….

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Old Capitol goes blue for NAS Pensacola

Florida’s Old Capitol is going blue to support the Pensacola community after the fatal shooting last week at Naval Air Station Pensacola. Gov. Ron DeSantis…

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Big Bird puppeteer passes

Caroll Spinney, the puppeteer who played Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch on Sesame Street, passed away on Saturday. In September 2015, Spinney visited Pensacola…

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