Shannon Nickinson

Shannon Nickinson Project Manager

Shannon's Window

Shannon’s Window: Why more buppies don’t come home to Pensacola

I want Ross Oscar Knight to come home to Pensacola. But I understand why he might not particularly want to. Read full story


Blue Wahoos bring CMPA big payday

On November 8th, Pensacola’s Double-A affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds, the Blue Wahoos delivered nearly $500,000 to the Executive Committee of the Community Maritime Park Associates. Listen to an interview on the Cat Pak Morning Show on Cat Country. Read full story


Bringing hope to Health & Hope Clinic

Good things may indeed come to those who wait. Read full story


Pensacola native turns seeker’s eye on world

Ross Oscar Knight’s life and work are about seeking. Read full story


Help make your neighborhood safer

Safe neighborhoods begin with neighbors who are willing to look out for each other. Read full story


The Eggheads are coming

Blue Wahoo stadium will become a mecca for Big Green Egg lovers Nov. 9 at Pensacola Egg Fest, presented by Pensacola Kia Autosport. Read full story


Ted Traylor helping chart Southern Baptists’ future course

If he can save a soul with a text message or a tweet, Ted Traylor is up for the challenge. Traylor, as the leader of one of Pensacola’s largest congregations in Olive Baptist Church, has embraced social media tools like Twitter and Facebook to try to expand the reach of his faith. Read full story


Imagination Station Spreads Love of Learning

The word about the WSRE Imagination Station is spreading — all the way to Israel. Read full story


You had us at Hello, Bob

“Hey Pensacola, We’ve arrived!” says the banner on Read full story


UWF Making a Home for Innovation

UWF's Innovation Institute is bringing community connection to the heart of Belmont-DeVilliers

Pam Northrup is guiding the UWF Innovation Institute to build collaborative, innovative partnerships in the Pensacola community. Read full story


Backpack program keeps hunger at bay

Santa Rosa School District using grant funds, resources to help homeless children

The Santa Rosa School District is using federal grants, community partnerships to help homeless students stay on track. Read full story