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Winners & Losers 6/11/15

Winners & Losers 6/11/15

Winners Edna Williams The Director of Children's Behavioral Health Services at Lakeview Center is the new chair of the Juvenile Justice Circuit One Advisory Board. Williams has worked at Lakeview [...]

The Scoop: TV

The Scoop: TV

Small Screen Start Ups Because we know you’ve started (and probably finished) the new season of “Orange Is the New Black,” here’s a guide on what to watch next. Ballers HBO, June [...]

Newpoint Update: Allegations and Teacher Firings elsewhere

Newpoint Update: Allegations and Teacher Firings elsewhere

By Rick Outzen On June 8, the 21st Century Academy of Pensacola board voted 4-0, with Tracy Adcock absent, not to appeal the notices of termination for two of its three charter schools, Newpoint [...]

The Buzz 6/11/15

The Buzz 6/11/15

Silver Shovel International Paper helped Enterprise Florida, the state’s principal economic development organization, win Area Development magazine’s Silver Shovel award for significant job [...]

Emerald Coast Transmissions

Emerald Coast Transmissions

By Dylan Carrol Radio Free Pensacola (RFP) is a streaming radio station comprised of independent Pensacola DJs, who broadcast live shows that are compiled into a syndicated on-demand service. RFP [...]

The Buzz 6/3/15

The Buzz 6/3/15

Rolling Hills Closed Friday, May 29 wasn’t a good day for the owners of Rolling Hills Construction and Demolition Recycling Center, the dump that has plagued the residents of the Wedgewood [...]

The Faces of Cannabis

The Faces of Cannabis

Inside The Fight For Charlotte’s Web By Rick Outzen While being interviewed by Inweekly, Bridget Bateman sits in a Jacksonville hospital watching her son Preston, 8, battle another [...]

Sacred Heart CEO Discusses LIP

Sacred Heart CEO Discusses LIP

By Rick Outzen Florida Legislature convened on Monday for a special session to approve the state budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1. Providing health care coverage for 800,000 uninsured [...]

Outtakes—Two Small Steps

Outtakes—Two Small Steps

By Rick Outzen We have talked and talked about Escambia County’s poverty and how it ripples through the community impacting public education, health, crime and economic development. Pensacola [...]

Winners & Losers 6/4/15

Winners & Losers 6/4/15

Winners Navy Federal Credit Union The Center for Generational Kinetic recognized the credit union as a “Best Place to Work for Millennials.” The list identifies companies that excel at [...]

Calendar 6/4/15

Calendar 6/4/15

THURSDAY 6.4 ROBOTICS UNPLUGGED 2 p.m. Learn computer programming basics without a computer by programming a “robot” human. This family workshop is recommended for ages 6 and up. Pensacola [...]

Ears & Fingers 6/4/15

Ears & Fingers 6/4/15

A$AP Rocky-At.Long.Last.A$AP “I got my own relationship with God.” A$AP Rocky’s new album, “A.L.L.A,” starts out on a somber, introspective note with a song called ‘Holy Ghost’ that is [...]

News of the Weird 6/4/15

News of the Weird 6/4/15

By Chuck Shepherd "Meals" 2.0 Silicon Valley code-writers and engineers work long hours—with apparently little time for "food" as we know it. Eating is "time wasted," in the words of celebrity [...]

Alachua County Bans Together for Education

Alachua County Bans Together for Education

By Duwayne Escobedo When a normally “A” or “B” public school system receives a “C” two years in a row, what should business, education and government leaders do? In Alachua County, [...]

Stokeswood Debut ‘Our Streets’

Stokeswood Debut ‘Our Streets’

Pensacola favorites and Atlanta’s own Stokeswood have released 'Our Streets'—first single from their upcoming EP "2075." The full album will be released on June 16. Watch the Video for [...]

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