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Breaking: BCC sues Childers over retirement plan

Escambia County Commissioner Jeff Bergosh announced on 1370 WCOA this morning that the Board of County Commissioners has filed a lawsuit against Clerk Pam Childers…

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City eyes e-scooter revisions

by Jeremy Morrison To curb inappropriate usage of electric rental scooters in the downtown area, the city of Pensacola is looking to tighten up some…

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Ice coming tonight

City of Pensacola offices and facilities will be closed Friday, Jan. 21 due to anticipated hazardous weather and road conditions, except for some essential city services. City…

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Podcast: Doug Baldwin, Jr. and SYSA

Pensacola native Doug Baldwin, Jr. talks about the role SYSA played in his life and why he supports the Rafferty Center.  Doug was a Super…

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Pen Air scholarships open

Pen Air Federal Credit Union (Pen Air) is now accepting applications for the 2022 Pen Air Scholarship Program. Scholarships will be awarded based on academic…

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Breaking: Nom closing

Nom Sushi Izakaya Closing January 29th after 7 Years on South Palafox January 19, 2022 – Pensacola, FL: As local favorite, Nom Sushi Izakaya, nears its…

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Real News podcasts: Wednesday, Jan. 19

Pensacola City Councilman Delarian Wiggins discusses his first year in office. FloridaWest CEO Scott Luth pr discusses Florida Trends’ article on the economic outlook for…

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County launches EMS dashboard

Escambia County Emergency Medical Services has officially launched the “EMS Dashboard” in an effort to provide the citizens of Escambia County a broader and clearer…

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Quality of Survey: Affordable Housing pops up as an issue

Quint Studer and the Pensacola Young Professionals released the 2021 Quality of Life Survey at the CivicCon event held on Tuesday, Jan. 17. Since 2009,…

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