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The Buzz 7/4/19

The Buzz 7/4/19

Moving to the East Side Baptist Health Care is moving. Described as “a transformational investment and commitment for generations to come,” plans for a new campus at the corner of Brent Lane and [...]

The Buzz 6/27/19

The Buzz 6/27/19

Expensive Drink In May, British politician Nigel Farage was doused with a $6.50 banana and salted caramel milkshake while campaigning. The media labeled the political protest [...]

How Opioids Became A Crisis

How Opioids Became A Crisis

By Rick Outzen The Panhandle Tiger Bay Club didn’t have its usual political speaker last week. On the program was Mike Papantonio, nationally-known trial attorney, bestselling author and [...]

dreamSCAPE

dreamSCAPE

By Jeremy Morrison There are numerous words to describe the proposed plans to improve connectivity and waterfront access in downtown Pensacola. Creative. Cool. Ambitious. Smart. Progressive. Also, [...]

The Buzz 6/20/19

The Buzz 6/20/19

Bay Roundabout Designed with traffic flow and safety in mind, the planned roundabout at the foot of the Pensacola Bay Bridge will dramatically alter the existing landscape. No longer will drivers [...]

Florida’s Big Bend

Florida’s Big Bend

By Jeremy Morrison The siren’s call, splashed across tourism brochures, is irresistible, calling divers to the Sunshine State to explore the depths offshore, never revealing the dangers that [...]

Tough Going Green

Tough Going Green

By Jeremy Morrison A growing number of cities and counties across the country are committing to what might be considered ambitious renewable energy goals. Mayor Grover Robinson appears to consider [...]

Sunshine Co-op on the Horizon

Sunshine Co-op on the Horizon

By Jeremy Morrison Solar power excites financial advisor Jacey Cosentino. She seems to light up just talking about getting power from the sun. “Both sides of my roof are exposed to sun,” [...]

The Buzz 6/13/19

The Buzz 6/13/19

Smart Money State Rep. Alex Andrade's local town hall was billed as focusing on recent educational developments in Tallahassee. The Republican was joined by two Democrats—Escambia County Commission [...]

Cervantes Still Deadly

Cervantes Still Deadly

By Danielle Brown Nearly one year after the tragic hit-and-run that left one woman and an infant dead, Pensacola and Escambia County officials continue to push for pedestrian safety improvements [...]

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