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Pensacola, Florida is located in Escambia County. Zip codes in Pensacola, FL include 32523, 32516, and 32511. The median home price in Pensacola is $120,000 which is roughly $69/per square foot. More Pensacola information.

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1 hr ago | Pensacola News Journal

Paint party studios tap the creative soul

Put down the smart phone, pick up a paint brush and prepare to unwind with some "art therapy."

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2 hrs ago | Pensacola News Journal

Mom Convo: Sunday, April 20, 2014

I say it every holiday: I love traditions. My family's Easter traditions are probably some of my favorite ones.

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2 hrs ago | Pensacola News Journal

Linda A.B. Davis: Don't take sands of Pensacola Beach for granted

Sometimes, it's hard to remember to appreciate Pensacola's natural beauty. We live here, so it's easy to get caught up in our daily obligations and forget that our beaches, for instance, are something visitors pay a lot of money to come see and enjoy.

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2 hrs ago | Pensacola News Journal

Carlton Proctor: Worthy theme for a farewell column

A few weeks ago, when I informed my News Journal colleagues I was retiring, it started me pondering what I would write about in this farewell column.

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Celebrating Mother Nature at Earth Day Pensacola

For decades, Pensacola has celebrated the Earth and her natural resources, and this year was no different as thousands gathered in Bayview Park on Saturday to take part in the annual Earth Day Pensacola event.

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Pensacola was site of first Christian service in New World

The Christian religion emerged in the New World on Aug. 15, 1559, when Dominican friars accompanying the expedition led by Tristan de Luna held a religious service on Pensacola Beach.

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Standing up for Sacred Heart Children's NICU

Paddleboarding into a 20 mph headwind is slow progress. Ankle-biting waves broke over Mike Alger's board Saturday as he fought Mother Nature for every inch toward the yellow buoys that marked the finish line on Little Sabine Bay.

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Sat Apr 19, 2014

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Town hall will address crime, education, neighborhoods

Escambia County Commission Chairman Lumon May will host a town hall meeting Tuesday to discuss crime, education and neighborhood development.

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Escambia County teacher to receive Governor's Shine Award

Escambia County Teacher of the Year Jana Palvus will receive the Governor's Shine Award on Tuesday at the meeting of the Florida Cabinet in Tallahassee.

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Major Eglin weapons test postponed

The weapons testing scheduled for Friday at Eglin Air Force Base that officials cautioned might be heard all the way to Pensacola was rained out and rescheduled for April 28. Eglin officials said earlier this week that areas of Navarre, Gulf Breeze and parts of Pensacola might hear detonations from 8 to 8:30 a.m. Despite the noise warning, the ... (more)

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School news: Saturday, April 19, 2014

Montessori School of Pensacola will be hosting an open house at 9 a.m Tuesday at the school, 4100 Montessori Drive.

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Causes: Soundside Splendor a huge success

Our community has a generosity of spirit throughout the year. Here are good things happening in the area, various ways for you to become a volunteer and ways to help organizations trying to make life brighter for people in need: * Children's Home Society of Florida wants to thank those who attended the ninth annual Sunday of Soundside Splendor on ... (more)

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Marines clean up vandalized pelican statue

The latest in a series of vandalism incidents directed at the area's military icons has struck the Marine Corps pelican statue in downtown Pensacola, but volunteers pitched in quickly to clean it up Wednesday.

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Trial set for accused in Pensacola man's death

The first of four people accused of the robbery, kidnapping and murder of a Pensacola man may stand trial next month.

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What kids need to know about Earth Day

Each year, Earth Day is marked by concerts, rallies and various events, but some local educators say the foundations for conservation are best established early in life and put into practice all year.

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Two of 5 claims against Sean's Outpost dropped

An Escambia County special magistrate will announce Monday whether Sean's Outpost is indeed in violation of three county environmental codes, according to the Pensacola homeless outreach organization's land use attorney, Will Dunaway.

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Fri Apr 18, 2014

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Gulf oil spill restoration projects include hotel, ferries, boat docks

BP has paid $1 billion to help restore areas damaged by the 2010 gulf oil spill.

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Hot spots with Capt. Chris Phillips

Fishing for redfish and speckled trout has been pretty good in Santa Rosa Sound and Big Lagoon during the past week.

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Former Blue Angels 'Boss' Greg McWherter subject of investigation

At least part of the Navy's investigation into alleged misconduct by former Blue Angels lead pilot Capt.

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Rains drench Escambia, Santa Rosa counties

More than 31 2-inches of rain have fallen on Pensacola since last night, and more is on the way this afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.

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Flood Warning for Escambia County was issued at April 19 at 9:28PM EDT

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