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Trending Today January 26, 2023

TRENDING TODAY: Smart Phone Detox Flip phones are making a comeback with Gen Z as a statement of how important mental health is and how...

Love is Brewing at Waffle House

Love is brewing with only twenty-four days till Valentine’s Day, and everyone knows that romance is best served scattered, smothered, and peppered. If looking longingly...

Lost Bay Farm & Gardens at Palafox Market Today

What is low in calories, fat, cholesterol, and sodium?  And packed with protein, Vitamin D, and B vitamins? These lovely mushrooms.  And when a talented...

Surf and Skim Camps Filling Up Fast!

Learning from the professional surfers with Waterboys Surf and Skim Camp is the best way to start chasing the waves. Summer camp dates have...

Gallery Night Celebrates Lunar New Year Tonight

Gallery Night Lunar New Year is Tonight! The celebration begins at 5 p.m. tonight on Palafox Street in Downtown Pensacola. Come cozy and warm in your...

ECFR’s Joel Richardson 2022 Instructor of the Year

Escambia County Fire Rescue is pleased to announce that Captain Joel Richardson has been named the 2022 Instructor of the Year by the Florida...

Baptist Hospital’s Behavioral Health Unit Child and Adolescent Wing to be...

The Baptist Health Care Foundation will name the child and adolescent wing in the Behavioral Health Unit at the new Baptist Hospital campus in...

UWF Names Gary Liguori As Next Provost

University of West Florida President Martha D. Saunders announced the appointment of Dr. Gary Liguori as provost and senior vice president, effective Jan. 23,...

Residents at Milton Apartment complex unable to park on property

What locals may know as the Emerald Sands Inn, is now under new ownership and has changed its name to  Playa Blanca Apartments. On...

Pensacola’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s Raises $77,000 for Alzheimer’s Research

The annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the world’s largest event to raise funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research, held in 600 communities...


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