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The Buzz 8/25/16

The Buzz 8/25/16

Another Courthouse Tour In one empty office in the northeast corner of the federal courthouse on the fourth floor sits a trashcan to catch water that bows from the ceiling. Small sand bags line a [...]

Political Circus

Political Circus

By Rick Outzen As the Aug. 30 primaries approach, the mudslinging ramped up last week. GOP Congressional Race The field is crowded: Rebekah Bydlak, Cris Dosev, State Sen. Greg Evers, Gary [...]

Women Helping Women

Women Helping Women

By Jennifer Leigh For girls around the globe who are without access to feminine hygiene, getting your period is more than an inconvenience. It could affect your livelihood. "Young ladies who [...]

The Buzz 8/18/16

The Buzz 8/18/16

Bucks for Brew The University of West Florida Office of Economic Development and Engagement (OEDE ) has awarded a $150,000 grant to Props Craft Brewery LLC, allowing the craft brewery to expand into [...]

The Buzz 8/11/16

The Buzz 8/11/16

What Cross? The City of Pensacola filed its answers to the lawsuit regarding the Bayview Park Cross. The document defends the cross as a historic memorial to our military veterans who fought in World [...]

Bright Future For Our Economy

Bright Future For Our Economy

By Rick Outzen Stan Connally, the president and CEO of Gulf Power Company, is bullish about the economic future of Northwest Florida. When Inweekly sat down with him, he had recently returned from [...]

Will Higher Pay Draw More To Council?

Will Higher Pay Draw More To Council?

By Duwayne Escobedo Thanks to Pensacola City Councilman Larry Johnson, he and his fellow members voted to increase their annual salary from $14,000 to $21,500, an increase of $7,500 or 54 [...]

The Buzz 8/4/16

The Buzz 8/4/16

Argos Suit Up The University of West Florida plays its first football game on Sept. 3 in Naples, Fla. against Ave Maria University. Dr. Judy Bense, UWF president, can’t wait. “I had lunch [...]

Zika Virus Hits Florida

Zika Virus Hits Florida

By Rick Outzen On Aug. 1, Gov. Rick Scott announced the state is asking for additional help from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention after 10 more people were believed to have [...]

Connecting the Dots

Connecting the Dots

By Jennifer Leigh The Sunday's Child annual meeting on June 26 was bittersweet. The 2-year-old nonprofit organization had recently awarded $35,500 to two local organizations, The Beacon and [...]

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