Wednesday August 31st 2016
Fall Guide Part 1: Arts
By Jennifer Leigh, Hana Frenette and Peyton Banfell
If you have yet to indulge in the rich cultural arts of Pensacola, you’re missing out. As the fall season begins, so do the anticipated performances of our local opera house, ballet ...
50 Miles, 50 Days, 50 Causes a Big Success
By Duwayne Escobedo
For her 50th birthday, Diane Lea wanted to do something special to celebrate, something memorable.
Her decision? Ride a bike 50 miles a day for 50 days and highlight 50 causes, a different one each day. She hoped making ...
Argonauts enter Gulf South Conference
By William Stagno
On Sept. 3, University of West Florida's football team travels to Ave Maria University to play its first game. UWF is one of nine Division II football teams in the Gulf South Conference headquartered in Birmingham, Ala.
Inweekly recently ...
By Chuck Shepherd
The Power of Prayer A 28-year-old woman, unnamed in news reports, veered off the road and into a house in the Florida panhandle town of Mary Esther on July 7. She apparently was [...]
By Shelby Smithey
Artel Gallery's newest exhibition challenged artists across the community to submit works inspired by gardens and what makes them thrive—literally and metaphorically.
Pensacola's Red Hot Job Market
By Rick Outzen
The myth is Pensacola doesn't have any good-paying jobs. The fact is we have one of the hottest job markets in the state. You only need to know [...]
By Rick Outzen
Pensacola State College is a major player in helping people train and qualify for good-paying jobs.
"We have over 100 different short-term certificates, and some of these were [...]
Over the past two years, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward has been reluctant to hold press conferences or town hall meetings to share his goals for the city, making it difficult to measure his [...]
Traffic jams—by car and boat—as far as the eye can see. People, people and more people. Plus planes, planes and more planes. Yup, it’s time for Pensacola’s biggest and most beloved summer [...]
By C. S. Satterwhite
This past Sunday evening in downtown Pensacola, approximately 100 people gathered in front of the John Sunday House to mark the recent loss of life in Louisiana, Minnesota, [...]
By Peyton Banfell
Calling all movie buffs, the Saenger’s Classic Movie Series is back for the summer. Sure, the beach is fun, but what better way to beat the heat than watching some good ol’ [...]
Sympathy For The Devil The Pensacola City Council made no move to change its invocation process at its special meeting on July 7. Among the five members who showed up, Charles Bare, Gerald Wingate, [...]
By Rick Outzen
On July 1, the Florida Government Efficiency Task Force approved its final report that outlined its recommendations to improve state government operations and potentially save from [...]
The Pensacola State College student has been elected head of the Florida College System Student Government Association (FCSSGA). Santiago, a sophomore majoring in [...]