Jul 28

Pensacola Network Thanks Pensacola for 3 Amazing Years of Strength, Connections, and Success


By: Tony R. McCray This past Friday, July 22nd, from 5:00 to 8:00 pm DeVilliers Square in the Historic Belmont DeVilliers Business District, once again became the business and community networking center of Pensacola and Escambia County universe.  Robin and Lloyd Reshard’s idea of monthly Fourth Friday networking  events which is free, open to the …

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Jul 28

Pensacola Native named Bishop

Bishop Matthew L

Bishop Matthew L. Townsend, the son of Ronald and Lily Townsend was consecrated and elevated to the office of Bishop on July 21, 2016 during The Church of the Living God (C.W.F.F.) 124th National Convention, in Peoria, IL.   Bishop Townsend will give leadership and service to the 3rd District. The 3rd District covers the …

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Jul 28

Pam Keith Visits Pensacola to Campaign for U S Senate Race


By: Jacqueline Miles Friday afternoon, Pam Keith came to Pensacola to let Northwest Florida know she too, was running for the senatorial seat of Florida.  “I’m running for the seat that Marco Rubio had,” she stated.  Full of energy and a game plan to help in turning the state of Florida around, Keith spoke to …

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Jul 21

PAIN Organizations Breaks Ground for Memorial Garden


By: Jacqueline Miles Parents and victims of children lost to violence will have a place to go and find peace and solace at the new park that is being erected at Rawlins and Government Street Parent Against Injustice and Negatives   (PAIN) held a ground breaking ceremony Wednesday afternoon at the Corrine Jones Park.  The …

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Jul 21

Sunday’s House Demolished


Saturday morning, demolition began on the Sunday House located at 302 West Romana Street.  After a controversial protest and debate, the green light was given for the go ahead of the property. The owner of the property will be building a memorial at the site in honor of Dr. Sunday. Next week we will give …

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Jul 21

Pensacola Marches for Peace


  By: Jacqueline Miles Saturday evening approximately 200+ people of the community marched peacefully to bring attention to police brutality that’s been demonstrated in the past.  Marchers marched from downtown to the Courthouse and at the end of the march held three minutes of silence. No group took specific responsibility as many organizations were included …

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Jul 15

Bernie Sanders Endorses Hillary Clinton


PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — After 14 months of policy clashes and moments of mutual disdain, Bernie Sanders endorsed Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination on Tuesday, clearing away the last major obstacle to a united Democratic front heading into the party’s convention this month and the general election this fall. Entering the high school gymnasium together and waving and …

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