Shannon Nickinson

Shannon Nickinson Project Manager


Shannon's Window: The new college choice

It’s hard to think when you’re hungry. Read full story


Pensacola Jazz Festival ready to swing

Hep cats and cool kittens, get ready to swing. Read full story

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Shannon's Window: Rethinking high school

This article in The Atlantic is one of several efforts in the last few months to highlight the “skills gap” between what the American public education system produces and what the work force demands. Read full story


Gear up, baseball fans

Look alive, Pensacola baseball fans. Read full story


Study: Escambia's health needs checkup

PRESS RELEASE — A new report showing Escambia County was 57th in the State of Florida for healthiness was disappointing but not surprising, said David Sjoberg, Executive Director of Partnership for a Healthy Community. Read full story


Honoring the bright, artistic stars

The Escambia County Public Schools Foundation will honor outstanding high school seniors at the 2014 Mira Creative Arts Awards Banquet on March 27. Read full story


Shannon’s Window: In Magee Field’s backyard

The dispute about plans to relocate a probation reporting center near North Hill raised questions about whose backyard is an appropriate place for such buildings. And whose isn't. Read full story


WHS students lead the way

PRESS RELEASE — More than 13,941 pounds of food have been given by the Booker T. Washington High School DECA Chapter to feed the hungry in our area. Read full story


Steven Barry talks road work, parks, more

Escambia County Television recently shared the highlights video from District 5 Commissioner Steven Barry’s latest town hall meeting. Read full story


Building dollars and sense

PRESS RELEASE — A $100,000 gift from Pen Air Federal Credit Union aims to improve the financial literacy of students at the University of West Florida. Read full story


Column: Fish hatchery's part in the puzzle

GUEST COLUMN — Grover C. Robinson IV is the District 4 Escambia County Commissioner who was first elected in 2006. He has developed expertise related to financial compensation programs that flow from the 2010 BP oil spill. Read full story


Making a path to change

Shavette Shoulders is a daughter of Truman Arms who came home to show it could be done. Read full story