Posted in Escambia County Pensacola State & National News

Nobody wants Mike Hill to sponsor their local bills

No one wants State Rep. Mike Hill to sponsor any local bills for appropriations–another sign of how ineffective the District 1 Republican is in Tallahassee….

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Posted in Health Caring

CivicCon tackles opioid crisis

CivicCon is bringing to Dr. Tom McLellan Pensacola 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 21 at The Rex Theatre, 18 N. Palafox St. To attend, simply RSVP…

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Posted in Business

Buzz: ECUA pick turns down job

The sources have shared that Rebecca Shelton, the ECUA board’s pick to be next executive director of the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority, has turned down…

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Posted in Pensacola State & National News

Poll: Florida Panhandle against impeachment

Fox News last week released a national poll that showed more than half of the country believed President Donald Trump should be impeached and removed…

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Posted in Education

Secretary of the Navy stressed local education last year

While Superintendent of Schools Malcolm Thomas scoffed at commanding officer at NAS Pensacola for telling local business leaders that service people are hesitant to move…

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Posted in Education

Buzz: Easy A’s at Pine Forest High

The buzz in high schools in the area is how much easier it is for students to get A’s at Pine Forest, one of the…

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Posted in Business Escambia County

Bye Bay Center; Hello Sports Tourism?

A project first proposed two years ago that involves constructing a sports complex and replacing the Bay Center in downtown Pensacola is back on the…

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Posted in Caring Education Politics

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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Posted in Education

‘Celebrating’ mediocrity in public education

In response to the NAS Pensacola Commanding Officer’s request for business leaders to help develop better public schools in Escambia County for military families, School…

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