Quint Studer

News

Make your voice heard

It’s a chance for government to come to the citizens. Escambia County Commissioner Lumon May will host a town hall meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 22, that will include a slew of government and community leaders speaking to questions from residents. Guests including faith community leaders, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward, Sheriff David Morgan, Superintendent Malcolm Thomas and businessman Quint Studer will join May for an open forum discussion on crime, education and neighborhoods. The meeting will be at Brownsville Assembly of God Church in the reception hall, 3100 W. Desoto St., Pensacola, and Progress+Promise editor Shannon Nickinson will co-moderate with May. For more information, contact Commissioner May’s office at (850) 595-4930. If there is a question you’d like to ask and you can’t make the meeting, please leave it in the comments on this post. This article originally appeared on Progress+Promise. Read full story

Culture

Blue Wahoos Win National Award for Minor League Programs

For the second year in a row, the Pensacola Blue Wahoos and their home stadium in downtown have been awarded national recognition—this time for the entire baseball experience the Wahoos provide. Read full story

News

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

Education

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

Government

Waiting for good dough: the YMCA and property taxes

Quint Studer has received considerable pushback on his offer to help the YMCA build a new (and revenue-producing) facility at the Maritime Park. Do people in other cities have such a hard time giving away $5 million? Read full story

Culture

Gallery: Winter Wonderland opening night celebration

Thousands turned out Friday for the free opening night of the first annual Winter Wonderland, presented by the Pensacola Blue Wahoos. Read full story

Community

Bayfront Stadium to host "Soul Bowl" Saturday

The annual cross-town rivalry between two inner-city Pensacola youth sports leagues, known as the “Soul Bowl,” will now be played at the Pensacola’s Bayfront Stadium on October 20, 2012. Read full story

Community

First class of Pensacola Pledge Scholars recognized

This fall, the University of West Florida (UWF) and Pensacola State College (PSC) welcomed 35 Pensacola Pledge Scholars, amounting to approximately $60,000 in scholarship awards. Read full story

Community

Stadium upgrades coming soon

Fans’ requests heard in additional scoreboard installation. Read full story

Economy

Studers announce "Pensacola Business Challenge"

Quint and Rishy Studer have announced an "X Factor"-style business startup contest for local entrepreneurs. Read full story