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Gaetz surprised by line-item veto of local economic development project

Last week, State Senator Don Gaetz (R-Niceville) talked on “Pensacola Speaks” about Gov. Rick Scott’s line-item of several projects in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties. Gaetz wasn... [more]

Council has 56 applicants for executive position

The application period for the new Pensacola City Council executive closed on June 15. At a council workshop held June 24 at Airport Conference Room, consultant Al Coby told the council that 56 people... [more]

While I was in DC…

WEEKLY ROUNDUP – NOT SO LAZY DAYS OF SUMMER By BRANDON LARRABEE THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA After the merciful end of the special session and the months-long process of legislating, it looked li... [more]

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Hot Times: PMA "Suite Soiree"

On Thursday, September 23, 2010, the Pensacola Museum of Art (PMA) will once again present the highly anticipated event "Suite Soiree", a culinary evening benefiting the artistic, educational and outreach ...  more

Hot Times: Beer Pairings Wildlife Benefit Dinner

Abita Brewing Company has created a new beer, "Save Our Shore," to raise money for Gulf Coast cleanup and restoration efforts more

Hot Times: New Orleans Saints Championship Tour in P'Cola

The Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints have announced a Championship Tour featuring the Lombardi Trophy throughout the Gulf South region during the month of July. more

Hot Times: Kids Print-A-Thon

Hill-Kelly Dodge Chrysler Jeep will host a KlaasKids Print-A-Thon to promote and educate families about child safety and fingerprint and photograph children at no cost. more

Hot Times: Conrad Wells at Open Books

Local author Conrad Wells will be reading from his 4 volume work "A Vermont Son" at 6pm on Thursday, July 15th at Open Books more

Hot Times: New Play at Loblolly Theatre

A new play opens at the Loblolly on July 9th. more