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Weekly Roundup: So long, justices, we hardly knew ye

TALLAHASSEE — Less than two weeks after Hurricane Dorian wrecked the Bahamas, a potential tropical cyclone is looming over the island chain. Weather experts on…

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Pop up park – Gallery Night

Pensacola, FL  – Pensacola’s Downtown Improvement Board is teaming up with Gallery Night to celebrate International PARK(ing) Day, and the community is invited to transform…

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Big Band Bash to preserve historical bldg

Keep Pensacola Beautiful invites the public to the Big Band Bash on September 21 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m at the Pensacola Museum of…

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Andrade has big fundraising month

By The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — State political candidates faced a Tuesday night deadline to file reports showing how much campaign money they…

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IMPACT 100 finalists named

IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area, a women’s philanthropic organization, is pleased to announce the fifteen grant finalists selected for 2019. Eleven of these fifteen nonprofit…

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Sacred Heart gets second therapy dog: Sherlock

More sick and injured children will soon have the comfort of a furry friend during visits to The Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Ascension Sacred…

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Visit Pensacola CEO named finalist for St. Pete job

Pinellas County Administrator Barry A. Burton announced the names of the three new finalists for the Visit St. Pete/Clearwater president and CEO position today – included on…

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Broxson makes list of wealthiest lawmakers

By Jim Turner, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Florida lawmakers will return to the Capitol next week to start holding committee meetings in…

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Presser Notes: Barriers, Body Cams and Town Halls

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly When Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson takes a break from his weekly press conference, as he did last week on Labor Day,…

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