Gulf Coast Kids House focuses on aiding children experiencing abuse

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Gulf Coast Kids House is a nonprofit organization founded in 1998 that helps abused children and their families. It is a safe place for abused children to talk about their issues, and provided the resources …

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Michelle Williams speaks openly about depression

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In the new series Chad Loves Michelle that premiered Sunday evening on OWN network, singer Michelle Williams of the world-renowned girls’ group Destiny’s Child spoke openly about her battle with depression, inspiring others to …

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Pensacola Rookie to Professional: Maura Little

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With only graduating just seven months ago from the University of West Florida, Maura Little is already creating a name for herself. While being the marketing & communications coordinator at Big Brothers Big Sisters of …

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Indy musician redefining ‘Made in China’ with new distribution tactics

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For an aspiring musician, sitting down with a rapper who signed with a Def Jam label is an opportunity. The fact he went on to start his own record label, and is focusing on passing on …

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Get informed; Get Educated; Get Tested: Free Rapid HIV Testing Available Through AHF

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One of the leading taboo topics for college students is HIV. Although most know about the virus, many do not know the importance of knowing one’s HIV status

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From Lone Star to Star Power: Burford transfers to UWF, becomes leader

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Published in Print Edition on Oct. 10

Any student transitioning to college has it hard enough when it comes to preparation of a new environment.

It can be more challenging when you’re a student athlete …

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Hurricane Michael aftermath: affected students assess damage, fraternity reaches out to town in need

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UWF students from the Panama City area are attempting to recover from Hurricane Michael’s overwhelming damage and one fraternity skipped the homecoming tailgate to assist a battered community.

The storm reached category 1 status on …

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Mayor candidate Spencer looks to grow Pensacola with the help of UWF’s youth

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The duties of the mayor of Pensacola were expanded under governmental changes in 2009. The city has embraced a “strong mayor” philosophy within its government.

For Brian Spencer, he sees becoming mayor as a way …

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Suited & Booted with James Hosman

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The term, ‘suited and booted’ comes from England, as it is way to describe someone dressed as if they are the executive director of a company with their freshly steamed suit and shined leather Italian …

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UWF alumna Stacey emerges as champion of local commerce

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Pensacola is an growing city that is a desired vacation spot or a place to find your forever home. Nicole Stacey is one of the leading figures in our developing society and the growing continuation …

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