Shannon Nickinson

Shannon Nickinson Project Manager


Brian Hooper: What I Love about Pensacola

Lawyer Brian Hooper and his wife moved to Pensacola four years ago, and even in that time, he says they have seen great strides made in improving the quality of life here. Even as he sees local government trying to function more efficiently, listen to what he says are three things that hold us back. Read full story


UWF researcher's invention going international

Something Joseph Moss noodled around on in the lab at UWF is about to go international. Read full story


Bethany Hill: What I Love about Pensacola

Bethany Hill uses her real estate professional’s eye to see the potential in Pensacola’s older neighborhoods and empty parcels. Listen to what this member of Pensacola Young Professionals says we need to focus on to get out of our “one step up and two steps back” approach to progress. Read full story


Pensacola's man in a storm

Stormchaser Jim Edds' iamges brought home the damage Typhoon Haiyan wrought

Seeking refuge in the pool was a first for Jim Edds. Read full story


What we love about Pensacola

I know what I love about Pensacola. Read full story


Building on hope

Health and Hope Clinic are on a bit of an expansion binge. Read full story


PHS recognizes National Merit Scholars

Look at the big brains on these kids. Read full story

Shannon's Window

Shannon’s Window: The case for cleaning up

Modern American cities should not be brought to their knees by a thunderstorm. Read full story

Shannon's Window

Shannon’s Window: Is sorry really the hardest word?

Sir Elton says sorry is the hardest word. Thanks may not be far behind. Read full story


The “Million Dollar Teacher”

Some of the kids at Oakcrest Elementary School are calling John Herber “the million dollar teacher.” Read full story

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