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The Buzz 12/6/18

The Buzz 12/6/18

Bicycle Master Plan The architectural renderings are pretty, but at this point, they are only the hopes of cycling enthusiasts and Complete Street wonks. “This is obviously nothing official,” [...]

The Charter School Shell Game

The Charter School Shell Game

By Duwayne Escobedo Marcus May’s greed had no limits. Two 45-foot yachts. Jet ski. Maserati and Triumph cars. Multiple houses for himself and a house for his mother. Exotic trips. Rolex watch [...]

The Buzz 11/28/18

The Buzz 11/28/18

New County Commission Escambia County Commissioners Doug Underhill and Robert Bender were sworn into office on Tuesday, Nov. 20. Underhill will be representing District 2 for a second term. “In [...]

Pensacola’s New Teammates

Pensacola’s New Teammates

By Jeremy Morrison Next week, the composition of city government will change in Pensacola when two new city council members and a new mayor will be sworn in. In the Nov. 6 city elections, [...]

The Buzz 11/22/18

The Buzz 11/22/18

PSC’s Breaks Ground Pensacola State College last week broke ground on the east wing of the new STEM building, which will house its cybersecurity and mathematics programs. Construction on the [...]

Joining the Other 99.5 percent

Joining the Other 99.5 percent

By Duwayne Escobedo D.C. Reeves spent election day at polling sites along the battle line—Nine Mile Road. Voters there made it clear they wanted to continue to elect the Escambia County [...]

Welcome To Florida

Welcome To Florida

The Recount State Once again, the election process in Florida has become fodder for late night television. Republicans saw their leads shrink in the races for U.S. Senate and Governor as Broward [...]

Rosa Snow, Her Daughter’s Hero

Rosa Snow, Her Daughter’s Hero

By Duwayne Escobedo When her uncles would play basketball after Sunday dinner every week, little Michelle Snow would run onto the court, too. No one told her that girls couldn’t play against [...]

Lame Duck Drilling Danger?

Lame Duck Drilling Danger?

by Jeremy Morrison Oil rigs dot the waters off the coasts of Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas. Those states benefit economically from the arrangement but risk environmental tragedy, be it [...]

A Story of Tolerance

A Story of Tolerance

By Jennifer Leigh LaRita Dixon's debut novel "Little Bird" is the story of a 12-year-old Syrian refugee living in the United States. While a work of fiction, it's also a very personal story to [...]

The Buzz 11/15/18

The Buzz 11/15/18

Bonner Honored Cindi Bear Bonner of the Sacred Heart Hospital Pensacola advisory council was presented with the Rally for Research Award from the Rally Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research in [...]

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