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By Gail Buckner Your Money Matters Published November 20, 2013 FOXBusiness REUTERS Despite all of our differences, one characteristic of our nation that’s as American as apple pie is our generosity. We are simply--as individuals as well as collectively--a nation of givers. READ MORE >>

In observance of Veterans Day, our office will be closed on 11/11/13 and reopen on 11/12/13. Thank you to all Veterans for your service! READ MORE >>

Fire Prevention and Preparedness 21. Oct, 2013 Every year there are between 350,000 and 400,000 reported fires that occur in private residencies. Of these fires that resulted in a loss of life, only 45% had a smoke detector installed. READ MORE >>

  By Emma Fletcher – October 10, 2013 Posted in: Computers-Internet-Technology, Credit-Mortgages-Finances, Identity theft, Internet shopping, National, robocall, Security Expecting? How about those diaper coupons in the mail! Moving? READ MORE >>

09. Oct, 2013 Complete DKI is Pensacola’s full service disaster and damage remediator. We handle everything from start to finish, we keep everything local, and we take pride in our work. Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed on all workmanship. We offer a variety of services in Pensacola and our surrounding towns. READ MORE >>

Thursday, October 3, 2013 - 1:24pm Escambia County, FL remains under a hurricane watch this afternoon. No evacuations or emergency actions are being taken at this time. A hurricane watch means that Hurricane Conditions are possible within the watch area. READ MORE >>


Citizens Is Under Binding Suspension Tropical Storm Karen Binding has been suspended as a result of Tropical Storm Karen as of 9:00 a. READ MORE >>

Tropical Storm Karen Due to Tropical Storm Karen, effective immediately, binding authority has been suspended statewide.   READ MORE >>

Tropical Storm Karen on the way Oct. 3, 2013 8:53 AM   |     Tropical Storm Karen has moved into the extreme Southeastern Gulf of Mexico and is producing winds in excess of 60 mph. READ MORE >>

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