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The Buzz 12/27/18

The Buzz 12/27/18

‘An Incredible Honor’ After more than four decades of public service, U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) delivered his farewell remarks on the Senate floor on Wednesday, Dec. 12. “Grace and I [...]

Searching for Solutions

Searching for Solutions

By Jeremy Morrison James and J.W. sit on the sidewalk at the corner of Cervantes and Ninth Avenue, their bags and bikes leaned against a signpost. Both find themselves currently homeless and are [...]

The Buzz 12/20/18

The Buzz 12/20/18

Beach Lease Fees Examined At the Committee of the Whole last week, Escambia County District 1 Commissioner Jeff Bergosh made a presentation showing the Beach Club Towers and Emerald Isle condominium [...]

Changing the City’s Culture

Changing the City’s Culture

By Jeremy Morrison The gears within Pensacola City Hall are constantly churning. Sometimes, such as when communication breakdowns between the executive and legislative branches of city government [...]

A Story of Life After Sexual Assault

A Story of Life After Sexual Assault

By Sarah Mc Wilson Throughout 2018, we experienced a hashtag blossom into a bold, beautiful movement of survivors coming forward to tell their stories of sexual harassment and assault. With two [...]

More Efficient BCC Meetings

More Efficient BCC Meetings

By Duwayne Escobedo The newest version of the Escambia County Commission put on a how-to clinic for families on how to talk out difficult issues and remain friends afterward. In their first [...]

The Buzz 12/13/18

The Buzz 12/13/18

Styrofoam-Free City Hall? Pensacola may be taking a small, simple, somewhat symbolic step onto a greener path. Members of the city’s Environmental Advisory Board unanimously passed a motion last [...]

The Demolish or Salvage Debate

The Demolish or Salvage Debate

By Jeremy Morrison The brick-arched facade fronting Garden Street appears to be a gateway to another time, maybe back to the 1940s, when the old school administration building was built next door, [...]

Transition Team Digs In

Transition Team Digs In

By Jeremy Morrison It didn’t take long for Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson to get down to business. Within hours of being sworn into office, the new mayor’s transition team was already knee [...]

May Assumes the Chair

May Assumes the Chair

By Duwayne Escobedo This past year, Lumon May worried about more than serving Escambia County District 3 as its county commissioner. His mother, Mary, underwent heart surgery. However, her surgery [...]

What’s Next for the Greyhounds

What’s Next for the Greyhounds

By Sydney Robinson With Sea World ending their killer whale program, Barnum and Bailey retiring their elephant acts and now Florida banning greyhound racing, it’s becoming clear that the public [...]

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