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Learn how to do business with the local government

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The City of Pensacola will host a free workshop for local businesses on how to establish a working relationship with local government. The workshop...

National Disability Employment Awareness Month

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One of the country’s largest private employers of persons with disabilities – Global Connections to Employment (GCE) – is based in Pensacola, Florida. Global...

This week: Pensacola City Council to discuss Airport master plan, renaming...

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A proposal to name the new span of the Pensacola Bay Bridge, approval of the city's airport master plan, and a slew of appointments to...

Myers endorses Robinson for Pensacola mayor

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Pensacola City Councilwoman Sherri Myers on Monday formally endorsed Grover Robinson as her choice to be Pensacola's next mayor. The endorsement didn't come as a...

Pensacola councilman won’t seek reelection

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The Pensacola City Council will see at least two new faces come November, with Councilman Brian Spencer announcing Tuesday that he will not seek...

Sorting through the crowded fields

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Updated June 13. 5:10 p.m. The race rarely is won at the starting gate. Figuratively or literally, what matters most is the finish and with...

Vote to raise Pensacola mayor’s salary falls short

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A proposal to increase the annual salary of Pensacola's mayor from $100,000 to $125,000 did not advance at Thursday's meeting of the Pensacola City...

Johnson won’t seek reelection to Pensacola city council

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Pensacola businessman Larry B. Johnson announced Tuesday that he would not seek reelection to the city council later this year. “It has been an honor...

Moore files to run for Pensacola City Council

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At least one new face could be on the Pensacola City Council come November: Businessman Jared Moore pre-filed on Friday to run for the...

Pensacola mayoral salary could be raised

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Pensacola City Council members could vote next week to give the city's mayor a 25 percent raise — a change that wouldn't take effect...