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More What-ifs with Escambia EMS

More What-ifs with Escambia EMS

By Jeremy Morrison When Annie Mosley heard about the Florida Department of Health’s investigation into Escambia County’s Emergency Medical Services, she thought back to her son’s death last [...]

The Buzz 5/2/19

The Buzz 5/2/19

Bedlam Hours The Pensacola City Council last Thursday approved an ordinance that would force Bedlam, the city's only bottle club, to close at 3 a.m. rather than at 5 a.m., which it has done for the [...]

Sex & Massage Parlors

Sex & Massage Parlors

By Rick Outzen Last week, Congressman Matt Gaetz called together top local, state and federal law enforcement officials, including Escambia County David Morgan, Walton County Sheriff Mike Atkinson [...]

EMS: Inside Pandora’s Box

EMS: Inside Pandora’s Box

By Jeremy Morrison It’s been nearly two years since the death of Dawn Bybee’s son and more than a year since she last met with Escambia County officials about improving the county’s [...]

The Buzz 4/25/19

The Buzz 4/25/19

Petition Failed City officials say the deadline petition drive to disrupt the expansion of MRO campus has passed without the group ever presenting any signatures to city hall. In February, [...]

May Responds to Crisis

May Responds to Crisis

By Rick Outzen Escambia County’s administration is in crisis. Over the past few weeks, the acting county administrator, assistant administrator, human resources director, public safety director [...]

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 [...]

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