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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 [...]

The Buzz 3/28/19

The Buzz 3/28/19

Fining Givers Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson last week floated a new approach to this issue. Instead of aiming ordinances at panhandlers, how about pivoting toward the person giving the panhandler [...]

COW Notes

COW Notes

By Rick Outzen At its Thursday, March 14, Committee of the Whole (COW) meeting, the Escambia Board of County Commissioners scheduled a special meeting for April 29 to interview finalists for the [...]

The Buzz 3/21/19

The Buzz 3/21/19

PSC-UWF Partnership The University of West Florida and Pensacola State College celebrated the launch of a redesigned and extended PSC2UWF program at a signing ceremony on Tuesday, March [...]

Wastewater Sound

Wastewater Sound

By Jeremy Morrison Local beaches serve as Northwest Florida’s economic and cultural lifeblood. Postcard scenes of white sand and sunshine inspire people to soak in the salt while watching [...]

A Town on the Edge

A Town on the Edge

By Jeremy Morrison Tucked in the northeast corner of Escambia County sits the Town of Century. The town’s rather small—with a population below 1,700—but issues outlined in a recent grand [...]

McMillan Pre-K Uproar

McMillan Pre-K Uproar

By Duwayne Escobedo Escambia County Superintendent of Schools Malcolm Thomas last month got the school board to approve the closure of the successful McMillan Pre-K Center. He believed Head [...]

The Buzz 3/14/19

The Buzz 3/14/19

Hubbs-SeaWorld Still Interested Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute CEO Don Kent last week wrote Inweekly to say the institute didn't fall out of the fish hatchery project proposed for Pensacola by its [...]

Buzz 3/7/19

Buzz 3/7/19

Y Leaving Langley On Monday, Feb. 25, Northwest Florida YMCA CEO Michael Bodenhausen held for Scenic Heights residents a Q&A session regarding the future of the YMCA on Langley Avenue. The YMCA [...]

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