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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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Presser Notes: Sidewalks, trips afar and PPD in the wake of Tymar

During his weekly press conference Monday, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson addressed a number of city issues — including ADA improvements and matters related to a…

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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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Lack of transparency at Pensacola City Hall disappointing

Early Saturday morning, police fatally shot Atatiana Koquice Jefferson, 28, in Fort Worth, Texas. The body camera footage shows the perspective of the officer outside…

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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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Gaetz: Can the Gulf Coast triumph? Yes

Viewpoint BY DON GAETZ Northwest Florida has taken it hard in the gut from the forces of nature and the folly of man. The Deepwater…

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Complete Florida Plus investigation involves UWF raiding programs for admin dollars

Last week, we announced that UWF had begun an investigation into the Complete Florida Degree Program,  which provides online academic support services for students and…

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Sacred Heart Hospital now Ascension Sacred Heart

Sacred Heart Health System has formally changed its name to Ascension Sacred Heart and is adopting a new logo to fully identify itself as part…

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Visit Pensacola Prez packs bags for St. Pete/Clearwater

Steve Hayes, President of Visit Pensacola announced today he has accepted the position of President & CEO of Visit St. Pete/Clearwater in Pinellas County. “I…

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