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Hot Times 12.9-12.15

Hot Times 12.9-12.15

THURSDAY 12.9 A HOLIDAY EVENING IN OLDE SEVILLE SQUARE 6:30-9 p.m. Food and refreshments are available as well as a special appearance by Santa Claus. Seville Square at the corner of Alcaniz and [...]

Shop Talk 12.9

Shop Talk 12.9

Check out who’s moving, opening, adding new product lines or expanding services at your favorite locally-owned businesses. ▼news Lee Tracy Shoes and Apparel Relocating to Downtown Pensacola  [...]

Community Outreach 12.9

Community Outreach 12.9

Pen Women Host Exhibition/Artel Fundraiser The Pensacola Branch of the National League of American Pen Women will host the “Children’s Creative Art Clothesline” exhibition, Saturday, December [...]

The Beej vs. The Bulge #1

The Beej vs. The Bulge #1

By IN Blogger by Bradley “Beej” Davis Jr. I’ve never met a carb I didn’t like. In fact, I can recount countless, sordid affairs with Big Grab Funions, McDonald’s hot apple pies and [...]

Community Outreach: Join the Financial Fitness Volunteer Team

Community Outreach: Join the Financial Fitness Volunteer Team

As a United Way Financial Stability Coalition volunteer, you can help lift a family out of poverty by filing taxes for low to moderate income families and individuals helping them receive the tax [...]

Community Outreach: Tijuana Flats Supports Pensacola High

Community Outreach: Tijuana Flats Supports Pensacola High

Tijuana Flats Burrito Co. announced their fundraiser for the Pensacola High School Parent Teacher Student Association. The restaurant will donate10% of their sales to the group Monday, December 13, [...]

Hot Times: Upcoming Programs at Running Wild

Hot Times: Upcoming Programs at Running Wild

RUNNING WILD ANNOUNCES SERIES OF FALL PROGRAMS INCLUDING MY FIRST 5K, MY FIRST 10K AND HALF MARATHON TRAINING Registration is now open for all events Running Wild has announced its popular fall [...]

Community Outreach: 2nd Annual Holiday Trees at Lee House

Community Outreach: 2nd Annual Holiday Trees at Lee House

2nd Annual Holiday Trees at Lee House event will raise funds for United Way Dr. Patrick Murray and Norma Fleming Murray, owners of Lee House Bed and Breakfast, invite the community to view Downtown [...]

Winners & Losers 12.2

Winners & Losers 12.2

On Thanksgiving Day, the Winners & Losers staff sat around on their couches with bloated bellies and texted in their suggestions for the 2010 IN Turkey Awards—those decisions and acts that were [...]

Congress Blamed For Poor Response To BP Oil Disaster

Congress Blamed For Poor Response To BP Oil Disaster

Funds authorized for oil spill R&D never appropriated by Rick Outzen A  report issued days before Thanksgiving without much fanfare points a damning finger at Congress for not learning from [...]

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