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The Buzz 2/21/19

The Buzz 2/21/19

Nomadic News You might have heard rumors, but we can now confirm that it’s officially official—Nomadic Eats is upgrading their location. Randy Russell and his team will be moving from their [...]

Men Behind Fire Chief Debacle

Men Behind Fire Chief Debacle

By Rick Outzen Since Inweekly broke the story about former Mayor Ashton Hayward settling the federal lawsuits filed by his former fire chief and deputy chief (Inweekly, “Fire Chiefs [...]

Wanted: Appointed Superintendent

Wanted: Appointed Superintendent

By Duwayne Escobedo Patty Hightower admitted it might be difficult for the Escambia County School Board to appoint its first superintendent in 2020 because of the school system’s reputation for [...]

The Buzz 2/14/19

The Buzz 2/14/19

Historic Connection On Friday, Feb. 8, the University of West Florida Historic Trust celebrated the grand opening of Museum Plaza, a new multi-use and educational community space in downtown [...]

Mayor Completes Titan Deal

Mayor Completes Titan Deal

By Jeremy Morrison It was a rough touch down, but it appears that Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson has landed the city’s Project Titan, a $210 million jobs and infrastructure project at the [...]

Legal Limbo

Legal Limbo

Why Some Ex-Felons Are Still Waiting for Their Voting Rights By Sydney Robinson On Jan. 4, the moment arrived that Tranassa White had long waited and hoped for—the day she could register to [...]

Waterfront Visions

Waterfront Visions

By Jeremy Morrison Pensacola’s downtown lives on the water’s edge, with the bay lapping up against a variety of landscapes. Gena Wirth is pretty familiar with the territory. “There are [...]

The Buzz 2/7/19

The Buzz 2/7/19

New Parking App On Friday, Feb. 1, the Downtown Improvement Board (DIB) launched a new mobile app, Passport Parking, for downtown parkers, along with improved parking signs, sidewalk decals, printed [...]

For The Public Good

For The Public Good

By Duwayne Escobedo Russell Edgar Jr. has traded his law books for fishing rods. A fixture in the courtroom, the state prosecutor now spends his days tinkering on his 34-foot sailboat. The other [...]

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 [...]

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