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Green Issue: Pensacola Harnessing the Sun’s Power

Green Issue: Pensacola Harnessing the Sun’s Power

By Duwayne Escobedo Solar energy is becoming a prime energy source across the globe and right here in Northwest Florida. SunFarm Energy has done more than 30 residential and commercial solar [...]

Green Issue: The Importance of Earth Day

Green Issue: The Importance of Earth Day

By Jennifer Leigh This year marks the 46th anniversary of Earth Day. Created from a grassroots movement, April 22 is day meant to raise awareness about protecting the environment. Some celebrate [...]

Winners & Losers 4/21/16

Winners & Losers 4/21/16

Winners Jeff Lewis Governor Rick Scott recently appointed the Pensacola area attorney to a third term as Regional Conflict Counsel, First District Court of Appeals Region. Lewis led the creation [...]

Green Issue: Becoming a Bicycle Friendly Community

Green Issue: Becoming a Bicycle Friendly Community

By Shelby Smithey The City of Pensacola now has a committee dedicated to improving conditions for cyclists in the community. The City of Pensacola Bicycle Advisory Committee is a new ad-hoc [...]

Hot Wheels, Cool Food

Hot Wheels, Cool Food

By Shelby Smithey Looking for the perfect chance to sample what Pensacola’s food truck scene has to offer? Look no more. Pensacola Habitat for Humanity has organized the area’s first-ever [...]

Green Issue: Get Involved with 350 Pensacola

Green Issue: Get Involved with 350 Pensacola

By Shelby Smithey 350 Pensacola, a local grassroots campaign that holds events, hosts lectures and organizes workshops on topics of climate change and energy, is a cornerstone of environmental [...]

Greg Evers files for Congress

Greg Evers files for Congress

According to the Federal Elections Commission, State Sen. Greg Evers has filed to run for Congress for the First District. See link.

Escambia County School District faces federal investigation

Escambia County School District faces federal investigation

The Escambia County School District has been notified that it is under investigation by the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) of the U.S. Department of Education for allegations related to the alleged [...]

Ricksblog down temporarily

Ricksblog down temporarily

Over the weekend, the blog was hit by hackers. We've brought in a security specialists to scrub the site. We hope to have it back up later today. We do have several big stories that we expect to [...]

Winners & Losers 4/14/16

Winners & Losers 4/14/16

Winners Dr. Judy Bense Navy Federal Credit Union presented the University of West Florida president with its inaugural ‘Partner of the Year’ award at its annual President’s Award ceremony. [...]

Breaking Barriers

Breaking Barriers

By Jennifer Leigh It’s not likely to see an art exhibit about prisoners at a quilt show. But when Joyce Cobb, member of Pensacola Quilter’s Guild, saw the documentary “Serving Life,” [...]

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