Posted in Education Pensacola

UWF brings championship trophy to city hall

Following the University of West Florida Argonauts football team’s weekend win and clinching of the Division-II national championship, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson offered his congratulations…

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AG Moody opposes recreational pot referendum

Press Release: Attorney General Ashley Moody yesterday filed a petition regarding the Adult Use of Marijuana initiative. The initiative’s ballot summary claims it will permit…

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Proposal targets Pensacola shooter ‘loophole’

By Jim Turner TALLAHASSEE — Three U.S. House members from Florida want to close a “loophole” used by a Saudi national to buy a handgun…

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Lawmakers look for way to curb vaping

By Dara Kam TALLAHASSEE — As state lawmakers ponder how — and if — to respond to teens’ skyrocketing use of electronic cigarettes, one university…

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Former UWF VP finalist of college presidency

Brendan Kelly, former UWF VP of university advancement, is a finalist for the president position at the University of West Georgia. He left UWF in…

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Flags fly at half-mast to honor former local lawmaker

Flags will be flown at half-staff today in honor of former state lawmaker John Broxson, who died last week. Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday directed…

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Presser Notes: Project Titan and Cyber Silence

Monday’s mayoral press conference was a split-screen affair. While the primary issue facing the city at the moment is recovering from a recent cyber attack,…

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DROP, Dick Barker: Clarifications and More Questions

If all goes according to Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson’s plan, the Pensacola City Council will soon approve current Chief Financial Officer Dick Barker as assistant…

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DIB parking free next week

Press Release: From Dec. 15-22, there’s no charge to park in a metered parking space on downtown Pensacola streets, the Downtown Improvement Board announced this…

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