Posted in Environment

Mayor Hayward takes flood retrospective tour

It was on the evening of April 29, 2014 that the area experienced nearly continuous rain that dumped over 20 inches of rainfall. To mark…

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Pensacola Speaks podcast: Studers may build park on ECUA site

On Pensacola Speaks on Thursday, Quint Studer said that he and his wife Rishy are considering developing the old Main Street Sewage treatment plant site…

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Smokin’ in the Square today

Professional barbecue teams from around the U.S. gather to compete at the first barbecue contest locally to be sanctioned by the Kansas City Barbecue Society…

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Seville Quarter and Studers partner on the Q, a free Downtown Lunch trolley

The private sector has joined forces to make lunch time in Downtown Pensacola a little easier. Yesterday Jack Williams of Seville Quarter, along with Quint…

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Posted in Business Escambia County Pensacola

Weekend buzz: Publix coming downtown, Who owns pits and Stevenson on the warpath

The buzz is the old AV Clubbs School on Cervantes between 12th and 11th and the commercial offices on that block will become home to…

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DIB unveils plan for expansion of paid parking

The Downtown Improvement Board wants to increase parking revenue to pay for downtown beautification, lighting, signage and other enhancements. Currently, after the DIB pays for…

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Pensacola City Council will review rules for food truck pilot program

Here are the draft regulations for the trucks: Food truck must be licensed. They cannot be parked within 20 feet of any intersection or traffic…

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WCOA morning show broadcasts live in downtown Pensacola tomorrow

WCOA 1370 AM’s Don Parker and Jim Sanborn will broadcast live tomorrow morning from Bodacious Olive, 407 S Palafox Street. Rishy Studer will open the…

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Food Trucks are part of vibrant cities. It’s time Pensacola join the rest of the nation in the popular trend

The City of Pensacola Planning Board will discuss today an ordinance proposed by Councilman Andy Terhaar that would ban food trucks from the heart of…

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