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The Shape of Water

The Shape of Water

By Sydney Robinson In 1972, a photo of Earth taken from the window of Apollo 17 was dubbed “The Blue Marble.” In 1990, Cosmologist Carl Sagan called our planet the “pale blue dot” after a [...]

Urban Planning for Utopia

Urban Planning for Utopia

By Jeremy Morrison The version of reality recently unveiled by a team of urban planners projects a very different cityscape for downtown Pensacola’s western flank. Whereas the area west of South [...]

The Buzz 4/18/19

The Buzz 4/18/19

Bye, Amy Interim Escambia County Administrator Amy Lovoy turned in her resignation late Monday afternoon. Her tenure has been tumultuous, with three department heads resigning over the past two [...]

Escambia’s Unmentionables

Escambia’s Unmentionables

By Jeremy Morrison Escambia County has a problem. The problem’s exact parameters or depth remain unclear because as Escambia County Commissioner Jeff Bergosh said, “We’re dancing around it [...]

Stumping for Offshore Drilling

Stumping for Offshore Drilling

By Jeremy Morrison Former U.S. Senator Jim Webb was clearly pissed, his lowering brow locking down into a devastating scowl. As he began to back away slowly, it became obvious the interview would [...]

The Buzz 4/11/19

The Buzz 4/11/19

Earthquakes Raise Questions What caused the series of earthquakes along the Alabama-Florida border last month? Researchers with the United States Geological Survey aren’t sure, but they hope to [...]

The Education of Dr. Edler

The Education of Dr. Edler

By Jeremy Morrison She’s only been in office a few months, but Dr. Laura Dortch Edler feels that she has received quite an education during her inaugural year sitting on the Escambia County [...]

It’s About Us

It’s About Us

By Rick Outzen A year ago, the Pensacola News Journal and Studer Community Institute announced the formation of the Center for Civic Engagement that would help educate and empower citizens to make [...]

The Buzz 4/4/19

The Buzz 4/4/19

Help Requested In January, Commissioner Doug Underhill failed to win support to invoke eminent domain to obtain a parcel owned by the Lake Charlene Homeowner’s Association that would allow the [...]

Tackling Homelessness, Again

Tackling Homelessness, Again

By Jeremy Morrison The city of Pensacola and Escambia County are about to begin working together to address the issues of homelessness and the needs of the homeless community in the area. No [...]

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