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The Buzz 1/31/19

The Buzz 1/31/19

Foo Foo Presser The nonprofit organization, Art, Culture, and Entertainment, Inc. (ACE) has announced the 6th Annual Foo Foo Festival will take place Oct.31-Nov.12. A new committee will steer the [...]

A Living, Giving Sea

A Living, Giving Sea

By Sydney Robinson The Gulf of Mexico is many things to many people here on the Gulf Coast—a place to relax, a source of income, somewhere to catch dinner, a perfect vacation spot, a natural [...]

Firefighters Seek Funding

Firefighters Seek Funding

By Duwayne Escobedo Firefighters in Escambia County posted one picture on their Facebook page of a fire engine broken down on the side of the road undergoing repair. The fire department has just [...]

Completely Rethinking Streets

Completely Rethinking Streets

By Jeremy Morrison Pensacola can be a dangerous place to cross the street. Or ride a bicycle. Or, for that matter, drive a vehicle. Pensacola Police Chief Tommi Lyter considers traffic [...]

OLF 8 Reality Show, Season 3

OLF 8 Reality Show, Season 3

By Duwayne Escobedo More than 13 years after U.S. Navy and Pensacola leaders first raised the idea of a land swap for the 636-acre Outlying Landing Field (OLF) 8, Escambia County finally looks to [...]

$3 Million in Limbo

$3 Million in Limbo

By Duwayne Escobedo Nearly nine months ago, the Triumph Gulf Coast board set aside a little more than $3 million for the Escambia County School District to train the students of today for the [...]

The Buzz 1/24/19

The Buzz 1/24/19

More Meetings Added The Pensacola City Council is upping the number of meetings it holds, with members deciding to move to two meetings per months, each preceded earlier in the week by an agenda [...]

Soccer Complex Conundrum

Soccer Complex Conundrum

By Jeremy Morrison On any given Saturday morning in the fall or spring, Pensacola’s athletic fields near the Roger Scott Complex is a youth sports bonanza. Spread across a collection of fields [...]

Helping the Paralyzed Walk

Helping the Paralyzed Walk

By Duwayne Escobedo It sounds like something straight out of a Hollywood sci-fi thriller—an exoskeleton that gives people with lower limb paralysis the ability to walk upright. The Institute [...]

The Buzz 1/17/19

The Buzz 1/17/19

Inside Florida Inaugurations Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Nikki Fried made history when she was sworn into office on Tuesday, Jan. 8. “As the first Jewish woman elected statewide in [...]

Lovoy at the Helm

Lovoy at the Helm

By Jeremy Morrison Amy Lovoy comes from the world of math. She’s a numbers cruncher, a bean counter. But she’s been in administration long enough now to really nail the one-liners. “I [...]

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