Tuesday October 21st 2014
BAN NEGATIVE ADS I hate negative political ads, especially the ones that involve personal attacks and have nothing to do with the office for which the candidates are running. The ads twist the truth, [...]
Belmont Arts and Cultural Center Celebrates 4th Annual Glass Jam
By Jennie McKeon
The art of glass blowing may not be common knowledge for everyone. Fortunately, the Belmont Arts and Cultural [...]
Senior Gift Requests Expected to Increase This Holiday as Economic Slump Continues Be a Santa to a Senior®, the popular campaign that has delivered 1.2 million gifts to needy seniors throughout [...]
Belt-Tightening Greeks: In October, Greece’s largest health insurance provider announced, in a letter to a diabetes foundation, that it would no longer pay for the special footwear that diabetics [...]
Join Fiore for their Holiday Open House, featuring holiday decor by Fiore, wedding cake stands by Cindy Lewis, and fashions by jeni b.
Fiore will have their unique holiday decor on display and for [...]
OFFICERS DOWN Sheriff Morgan talked with the IN about the Friday, October 29 shooting of three deputies in neighborhood off of Scenic Highway above Interstate 10.
The sheriff was meeting with [...]
General Counsel/Business Development Manager, Sandy Sansing Dealerships
What is your chief characteristic?
What do you appreciate most about your friends?
Sense of [...]
Singer-Songwriter John Common Celebrates Return Home
By Brett Hutchins
Sometimes, the name just doesn’t fit. Such is the case with John Common. He and his band, Blinding Flashes of Light, bring [...]
The Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival Returns for its 38th Year
by Hana Frenette
It’s November again—time to visit the Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival downtown and look at a lot of art you probably [...]
COUNCIL FAILURE The City of Pensacola has once again failed to fully govern and protect our historic districts. Pensacola is “America’s First Settlement,” yet the City provides our utility [...]