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The Buzz 10/17/19

The Buzz 10/17/19

IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area, a women’s philanthropic organization, announced Sunday, Oct. 13 the 11 recipients selected at this year’s annual meeting. These nonprofit finalists will each [...]

Sports Complex Plan Still ‘Fluid’

Sports Complex Plan Still ‘Fluid’

By Jeremy Morrison Sports tourism is big business. Cities hosting weekend games and tournaments for recreational sports leagues lure visitors to the area, where they stay in hotels, eat in [...]

The Buzz 10/10/19

The Buzz 10/10/19

2019 Rat Pack Reunion Council on Aging of West Florida announced the ninth annual Rat Pack Reunion has been set for 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25, at Skopelos at New World. Every year, a committee [...]

Community Responds to Officer’s Firing

Community Responds to Officer’s Firing

By C. Scott Satterwhite Three months after the shooting death of Tymar Crawford, the Pensacola Police Department announced the termination of Daniel Siemen—the officer who shot Crawford to death [...]

The Buzz 10/3/19

The Buzz 10/3/19

Extraordinary Successes On Friday, Sept. 27, University of West Florida President Martha D. Saunders presented her 2019 State of the University address. She noted that UWF placed top two in the [...]

Beating Rats in the Rain

Beating Rats in the Rain

By Rick Outzen Joe Riley has been an inspiration to Pensacola for over 15 years, ever since he spoke to community leaders at a speaker series hosted by Florida Institute for Human and Machine [...]

The Buzz 9/26/19

The Buzz 9/26/19

Grand Jury Review State Attorney Bill Eddins last week issued a press release concerning the July 5 shooting death of Tymar Crawford. On July 5, Pensacola police officers attempted to stop Crawford [...]

Can IP Lower Environmental Bar?

Can IP Lower Environmental Bar?

By Jeremy Morrison The paper mill, under one banner or another, has been a part of northern Escambia forever. Starting in 1941 with the Florida Pulp and Paper Company and following through to its [...]

What We Can Learn From the Battle of Negro Fort

What We Can Learn From the Battle of Negro Fort

By C. Scott Satterwhite Historian Matthew Clavin released a new book, “The Battle of Negro Fort: The Rise and Fall of a Fugitive Slave Colony,” earlier this month. It tells the fascinating [...]

Pensacola Joins Global Climate Strike

Pensacola Joins Global Climate Strike

By Jeremy Morrison In August 2018, Greta Thunberg decided to ditch school for three weeks. Instead of attending classes each day, the then 15-year-old student sat in front of the Swedish [...]

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