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Winners & Losers 12/13/18

Winners & Losers 12/13/18

Winners Thomas Greek A grassroots fundraising campaign among Navy Federal Credit Union employees in Pensacola propelled Greek to the top of the local Real Men Wear Pink campaign. The vice president [...]

Holiday Happenings 12/6/18

Holiday Happenings 12/6/18

ONGOING EVENTS MIRACLE ON PALAFOX Old Hickory Whiskey Bar has been transformed into a boozy winter wonderland for the month of December. Old Hickory Whiskey Bar, 123 S. Palafox. [...]

Winners & Losers 12/6/18

Winners & Losers 12/6/18

Winners Malcolm Thomas The Florida Association of District School Superintendents named Escambia County School District Superintendent Malcolm Thomas as its Florida 2019 Superintendent of the [...]

Transition Team Digs In

Transition Team Digs In

By Jeremy Morrison It didn’t take long for Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson to get down to business. Within hours of being sworn into office, the new mayor’s transition team was already knee [...]

May Assumes the Chair

May Assumes the Chair

By Duwayne Escobedo This past year, Lumon May worried about more than serving Escambia County District 3 as its county commissioner. His mother, Mary, underwent heart surgery. However, her surgery [...]

Calendar 12/6/18

Calendar 12/6/18

THURSDAY 12.6 YOGA WITHIN REACH 9-10 a.m. Free. Community Health Northwest Florida, 2315 W. Jackson St., Room A. healthcarewithinreach.org LA LECHE LEAGUE 10 a.m. Free. Ever’man Educational [...]

What’s Next for the Greyhounds

What’s Next for the Greyhounds

By Sydney Robinson With Sea World ending their killer whale program, Barnum and Bailey retiring their elephant acts and now Florida banning greyhound racing, it’s becoming clear that the public [...]

Outtakes—First Mayoral Presser

Outtakes—First Mayoral Presser

By Rick Outzen On Monday, Mayor Grover Robinson held his first weekly press conference. The unscripted event lasted about 40 minutes with the mayor opening with a few remarks about what had [...]

The Best Christmas Interview Ever

The Best Christmas Interview Ever

By C. Scott Satterwhite Since Barbara Robinson’s book appeared in 1971, “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” has been a beloved holiday classic. Thousands of people across the world have read [...]

The Buzz 12/6/18

The Buzz 12/6/18

Bicycle Master Plan The architectural renderings are pretty, but at this point, they are only the hopes of cycling enthusiasts and Complete Street wonks. “This is obviously nothing official,” [...]

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