Wednesday March 29th 2017
The Safe Seafood Myth As the Feds begin to reopen all of the Gulf fisheries, many are still not convinced the seafood is safe for consumption.
Earlier this month, the Associated Press conducted [...]
Chamber's Business Leadership Program Welcomes New Class
Since 1982, the Pensacola Bay Area Chamber of Commerce has been working to push for more leaders in the community through an initiative [...]
8.27 CHAIR YOGA ROCKS Reap the benefits of yoga in a fun and friendly atmosphere without having to get up and down from the floor. Sandra Sanford leads this eight-week session beginning Friday, [...]
Jami Sanderson Graphic Designer, Appleyard Agency
What is your chief characteristic? Ability to be realistic
What do you appreciate most about your friends? Their longevity and ability to put [...]
Monday, Aug. 16 Remnants of a tropical depression that formed last week move back over the Gulf of Mexico and bring gusty winds and rain to the area.
Tuesday, Aug. 17 The Escambia [...]
Authors Michael Lister, Carolyn Haines and Alice Jackson will read and sign copies of “Florida Heat Wave,” a collection of crime stories set in Florida's swamps, rural highways and [...]
Still Waters Day & Medical Spa 20 N. Tarragona St., 432-6772, stillwatersmedspa.com Still Waters Day & Medical Spa offers world class spa treatments and medical aesthetic [...]
The Orlando Sentinel Reports:
It's supposed to be the year of the "outsider" — the election where fed-up voters embrace newcomers and kick incumbents to the curb.
But in Florida, the electorate [...]
by IN Staff...
The Independent News is bringing you this special 2010 election guide filled with information from the local candidates and our endorsements for all the Aug. 24 primary races. We [...]
It's ok, dear readers, we know some of you haven't paid much attention to this upcoming election. All those direct mail advertisements from the candidates probably went straight into the garbage, [...]