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Reader Pet Pics

Reader Pet Pics

For the seventh year in a row, we asked you guys to send us photos of your pets, and once again, you totally delivered. We got dogs on boats, cats in boxes and more than one animal wearing clothes [...]

Playing The Splits with Marona and Hotel Colors

Playing The Splits with Marona and Hotel Colors

By Savannah Evanoff Nathan Marona and Eric Moeller are used to sharing things. That’s why the former roommates and current bandmates had no qualms about sharing an EP. Marona is the frontman [...]

Why Vote for Them?

Why Vote for Them?

By Rick Outzen The city of Pensacola has a record-setting six candidates running for mayor in the Aug. 28 non-partisan primary. A series of public forums have been held to introduce the candidates [...]

Should You Get A Dog?

Should You Get A Dog?

By Sarah Mc Wilson When we think about getting a pet, especially a dog, we tend to think of the companionship, the love, the affection, the adventures—you know, the warm and fuzzy [...]

The Buzz 8/2/18

The Buzz 8/2/18

Putnam Visits Florida Agriculture Commissioner and GOP gubernatorial candidate Adam Putnam made a campaign stop at Scenic 90 Café last Friday. A recent Mason-Dixon poll showed Congressman Ron [...]

Barks and Bargains

Barks and Bargains

By Jennie McKeon The Beverly Barkway Thrift Store is one of the newest ways to support the Pensacola Humane Society. When the nonprofit received a donation of the property on Beverly Parkway [...]

News of the Weird 8/2/18

News of the Weird 8/2/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel People and Their Pets Tina Ballard, 56, of Okeechobee County, Florida, was arrested in North Carolina by Linville Land Harbor police on July 16 after fleeing there [...]

Pet Dates

Pet Dates

A guide to upcoming events that are either pet-friendly, benefit pets or give you an opportunity to adopt a pet. Bark in the Park Hosted by Camp Bow Wow Pensacola and the Wahoos, this Bark in [...]

Council Issues Addressed

Council Issues Addressed

By Rick Outzen In an effort to increase public awareness about where local candidates stand on issues important to the business community, the Greater Pensacola Chamber asked them to complete [...]

The Buzz 7/26/18

The Buzz 7/26/18

Poll: School Board Races The latest Inweekly/Political Matrix poll shows the Escambia County School Board candidates have begun to separate themselves, but more than a third of the likely voters [...]

Outtakes—Our Next Labor Force

Outtakes—Our Next Labor Force

By Rick Outzen Florida Chamber’s Third Quarter Small Business Index Survey this week revealed small business owners are most worried about finding a skilled workforce. This is the sixth [...]

Winners & Losers 7/26/18

Winners & Losers 7/26/18

Winners Florida Blue The health insurance leader donated $100,000 to Achieve Escambia, a non-profit formed in 2016 to improve education outcomes for the county’s students. In a press announcement [...]

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