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Funding Santa Rosa’s Growth

Funding Santa Rosa’s Growth

By Jeremy Morrison A while back, Elaine Smith was on Nextdoor.com, a neighborhood-based social media site. The Pace resident noticed there was a sharp spike in chatter among neighbors in the [...]

Big Picture Plans

Big Picture Plans

Catching Up with Community Developer Quint Studer By Jeremy Morrison Quint Studer says he’s familiar with SimCity—a video game in which players engage in city-building exercises. And if [...]

Public Trust Unit Launched

Public Trust Unit Launched

Public Trust Unit Launched By Rick Outzen U.S. Attorney Larry Keefe has put public officials in the Florida Panhandle on notice. He has launched an anti-corruption unit that will focus on [...]

Supporters of Tymar Crawford Address City Officials

Supporters of Tymar Crawford Address City Officials

By C. Scott Satterwhite After a somewhat contentious city council meeting earlier last week, several community members came together again to speak Thursday, Aug. 8, at the council’s Leroy Boyd [...]

The Buzz 8/15/19

The Buzz 8/15/19

Supermajority The Escambia County School Board discussed the proposed policies regarding its appointed superintendent at a workshop on August 1. Voters last year passed a referendum changing the [...]

The Buzz 8/8/19

The Buzz 8/8/19

Youth Recognized Escambia County's Youth Employment Program gave 89 local youth the opportunity to gain paid work experience over the summer in various county departments. The Youth Employment [...]

A Climate Change Primer

A Climate Change Primer

By Jeremy Morrison Last year, the federal government released the National Climate Assessment. The report outlined the potential climate-change-related impacts different areas of the United States [...]

AHERO: Healing the Wounds of War

AHERO: Healing the Wounds of War

By Rick Outzen In September 2011, retired Marine Lt. Col. Dave Glassman brought two men to Inweekly’s office to discuss the high rate of suicide among veterans, mainly troops who had returned [...]

The Buzz 8/1/19

The Buzz 8/1/19

LEGION Act The U.S. House passed the bipartisan LEGION Act on Tuesday, July 23, extending the recognized wartime era back to Dec. 7, 1941. The LEGION Act—Let Everyone Get Involved in Opportunities [...]

City Enters Budget Season

City Enters Budget Season

By Jeremy Morrison The Pensacola City Council began its wade into Mayor Grover Robinson’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2020 over the course of a pair of workshops in late July. The $245 [...]

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