Scott makes the case for Enterprise Florida


  • October 13, 2015
  • /   Jim Turner
  • /   economy
Gov. Rick Scott encouraged supporters of Enterprise Florida to urge lawmakers to give the entity more money in the next legislative session.

A giant leap for robotkind


  • October 12, 2015
  • /   David Tortorano
  • /   economy
When humanoid robots one day build habitats on Mars for astronauts, it’s likely they’ll owe much of their capabilities to cutting-edge computer programs developed by scientists from Pensacola’s IHMC.

WORKPLACE: Engaging employees


  • October 12, 2015
  • /   Ron Stallcup
  • /   economy
Motivated employees make a difference to a company’s bottom line. Keeping employees engaged takes time and effort.

Turning passion in to a business


  • October 12, 2015
  • /   Mike Ensley
  • /   training-development
Traditional wisdom often says that personal passion and business don't mix. In a new piece, Entrepreneur contributer and Clevertech founder Kuly Shalev disagrees.

Mapping pockets of poverty proves eye-opening


  • October 12, 2015
  • /   Shannon Nickinson
  • /   studer-community-institute
A Census tract-level analysis of poverty in the Pensacola metro area shows pockets of deep poverty in Escambia County and their dearth in Santa Rosa.

A visual guide to landing a new job


  • October 11, 2015
  • /   Ron Stallcup
  • /   economy
Trying to land a new job? This infographic from Mint.com could help.

Vision Pensacola supporters take heart from study's approval


  • October 10, 2015
  • /   Carlton Proctor
  • /   community-dashboard
Florida-Alabama TPO approves study of Bayfront Parkway and 17th Avenue intersection, supporters of ambitious intersection for Pensacola Bay Bridge hopeful.

Everyone loves a tax cut, right?


  • October 10, 2015
  • /   Jim Turner
  • /   economy
Keeping a tax exemption on machinery, swapping property tax for 12 percent sales tax among the talk in Tallahassee.

Looking for a job? Enhance your skills for FREE


  • October 10, 2015
  • /   Ron Stallcup
  • /   economy
Residents in Escambia County who may be seeking a career change or are interested in developing new skills, as it relates to job training, are encouraged to attend a series of employability skills workshops at the Marie K. Young Wedgewood Community Center

Shannon's Window: Holding on to the benefits of prek


  • October 9, 2015
  • /   Shannon Nickinson
  • /   education
How do we make prek's benefits last into third grade and beyond? Consistency, say Vanderbilt researchers, something lacking both in Tennessee and Florida.