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Who are you voting for?

Who are you voting for? Seriously, we want to know. Florida’s Presidential Preference Primary is less than a month away, and we are looking for…

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Choral Society announces ‘Young Voices 2020’ winners

Fourteen high school and college students competed for cash prizes and invitations to perform on the Choral Society of Pensacola’s March concert in Young Voices…

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Salzman passes Hill in fundraising

GOP challenger Michelle Salzman raised more in January than District 1 State Representative Mike Hill (R) has collected since he announced his re-election bid in…

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Cathedral to undergo major renovation

Press Release: The Cathedral of the Sacred Heart announces the beginning of a major renovation. The Cathedral church, located in historic East Hill and built…

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Posted in Pensacola

City/Haas survey results

The City of Pensacola has received results from the 2019 Resident Satisfaction Survey, which it said in a press release showed an overall satisfaction with…

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Garcon Point Bridge toll could increase again

By Jim Saunders, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Representatives of bondholders have asked a judge to order the Florida Department of Transportation to…

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Presser notes: 5G, scooters and awards

By Jeremy Morrison With Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson away in Singapore, City Administrator Keith Wilkins fielded the weekly press conference duties Monday morning, sticking to…

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The Spring Entrepreneur Hub launched

Press release: The Pensacola Entrepreneur Initiative is pleased to announce the launch of The Spring Entrepreneur Hub. Located in the SCI building, The Spring will…

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Chamber announces speaker for State of Education luncheon

Today, the Greater Pensacola Chamber of Commerce announced that Florida Department of Education Division of Public Schools Chancellor Jacob Oliva will be the keynote speaker…

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