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Goodbye to a Hero

Goodbye to a Hero

By Rick Outzen U.S. Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) passed away on Saturday, Aug 25, after battling brain cancer. He was a war hero and political maverick who was unafraid to speak his mind, even [...]

Fighting Crime from the Sky

Fighting Crime from the Sky

By Duwayne Escobedo The Florida Institute of Human and Machine Cognition researchers collaborate extensively with NASA, the U.S. Armed Forces and leading companies around the world. However, [...]

The Buzz 8/23/18

The Buzz 8/23/18

Condition ‘Deplorable’ A year ago, downtown business owner Clark Thompson fired off an email to Councilman Brian Spencer and other City staff protesting the City’s neglect of the National [...]

Another Bidding ‘Black Eye’

Another Bidding ‘Black Eye’

By Duwayne Escobedo Pediatric Services of America performs student health services for 246 school districts across the nation and has more than 4,000 employees. The Atlanta-based healthcare [...]

Access To The Other Beach

Access To The Other Beach

By Jeremy Morrison People want to be near the water. They want to be on the beach, enjoying the waves and the sand. In recent years, however, the public’s access to Florida’s beaches has [...]

The Buzz 8/16/18

The Buzz 8/16/18

Toxic City Hall Public records show that former City Administrator Eric Olson left the mayor’s office “fraught with stress, suspicion and major polarization.” Olson faced two allegations of a [...]

The Buzz 8/9/18

The Buzz 8/9/18

District 4 Toss Up According to an Inweekly/Political Matrix poll of 420 likely GOP District 4 Escambia County voters, the county commissioner race is still too close to call with Robert Bender [...]

Analysis: Olson’s Wild Ride

Analysis: Olson’s Wild Ride

By Rick Outzen Late Friday, Aug. 3, Pensacola City Administrator Eric Olson notified his department heads that he was resigning, effective 5 p.m. He told them that he had planned to stay on the [...]

Midterm Meet & Greet: Nikki Fried

Midterm Meet & Greet: Nikki Fried

In anticipation of the August primary and November general election, Inweekly has created this series to introduce you to the candidates who will be on your ballots. We’ll mostly focus on local [...]

Midterm Meet & Greet: Phil Ehr

Midterm Meet & Greet: Phil Ehr

In anticipation of the August primary and November general election, Inweekly has created this series to introduce you to the candidates who will be on your ballots. We’ll mostly focus on local [...]

Why Vote for Them?

Why Vote for Them?

By Rick Outzen The city of Pensacola has a record-setting six candidates running for mayor in the Aug. 28 non-partisan primary. A series of public forums have been held to introduce the candidates [...]

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