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The state-water opening of red snapper season is this weekend, but you unfortunately won't see any local anglers taking advantage of the beautiful weather to bring a few home for the dinner table. Because most of our red snapper occupy deeper water
As the last sands of a $30 million beach renourishment project wash back into the Gulf of Mexico, some Florida Panhandle officials are seeking state and federal permits and funding from oil spill fines to shore up the beaches before the 2015 tourism
More than 300 students participated in events held on the Warrington and Pensacola campuses and other local areas. Region 1 extends from Pensacola to Tallahassee and includes high schools and colleges. Region 1 winners also qualify to attend the
Eight years ago February 24, 2005 GBN The Florida Department of Transportation approached the panel at the Alabama- Florida Transportation Planning Organization meeting to endorse its plan to replace the existing Pensacola Bay Bridge with a six-lane
Pensacola Lighthouse The Lighthouse's most romantic tour to share with that someone special...Each reservation is for two and includes ambient music, sparkling non-alcoholic wine served in keepsake champagne flutes, and light hors d'oeuvres...
Man attempts to flee on Bay Bridge A man involved in a traffic crash in the middle of the Pensacola Bay Bridge Sunday afternoon attempted to flee the scene on foot. Gulf Breeze Police officers had no trouble apprehending the man, Patrick Haley, 30 of
Included in the agreement is a right of first refusal provision in favor of the City of Pensacola. The right of first refusal states that Pensacola may match any offer if Gulf Breeze wishes to sell the franchise rights to other than a governmental
Early rumors indicated a toll of as much as $1 to $2 each way to pay for the estimated $561,334,449 price tag...This is the greatest initiative in local history, announced Sen. Don Gaetz, President of the Florida Senate...Gaetz declared the Governor'
You will hear about the first settlement of 1559 followed by permanent colonization in 1698. The trolley will leave from the Pensacola Visitor's Center at the foot of Three Mile Bridge. Check out the tour and make your online tour reservations or
In FY 2011-2012, lodging revenue collections on hotel and rental stays in Escambia County totaled $178 million, an 11 percent increase over the previous year's record. These numbers clearly depict the momentum that the Pensacola Bay Area's tourism