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The Buzz 7/12/18

The Buzz 7/12/18

A Baby Shower Fit for Queens After the success of last year’s Bey-B Shower, Black Women Empower Collective is ready to honor even more moms-to-be on Saturday, July 28. “Last year we celebrated [...]

The Buzz 7/5/18

The Buzz 7/5/18

Blue Angels Live BlabTV will bring viewers the first-ever live broadcast of the Blue Angels air show at Pensacola Beach on Saturday, July 14. The three-hour program, called “Blues On Blab,” will [...]

Breaking Barriers

Breaking Barriers

By Jennie McKeon From the first time Ginny Cranor threw on bunker gear as a volunteer firefighter, she was hooked. It was a chance to help her community in an impactful way. She started her [...]

UWF Steps Up Its Game

UWF Steps Up Its Game

By Rick Outzen The Florida Board of Governors last week approved the distribution of $560 million in annual performance funding for 11 state universities. For the second consecutive year, the [...]

Let’s Talk Port

Let’s Talk Port

By Sammi Sontag Marilyn Oberhausen is Pensacola grown. After briefly moving away to follow her career, she and her husband finally settled in her hometown. Oberhausen has seen a lot of change, [...]

Midterm Meet & Greet: Dr. Jennifer Zimmerman

Midterm Meet & Greet: Dr. Jennifer Zimmerman

In anticipation of the August primary and November general election, Inweekly has created this series to introduce you to the candidates who will be on your ballots. We’ll mostly focus on local [...]

Escambia Evolves Sea Turtle Efforts

Escambia Evolves Sea Turtle Efforts

By Jeremy Morrison As the morning sun casts an orange-dawn glow across the sands of Perdido Key, shorebirds study Escambia County Environmental Programs Manager Tim Day as he rolls by in an ATV [...]

The Buzz 6/28/18

The Buzz 6/28/18

History Honored At its regular meeting on Thursday, June 21, the Escambia County Commission recognized the 1955 Pensacola Jaycees Baseball Team for their contribution to the civil rights [...]

Visioning for the Port

Visioning for the Port

By Sammi Sontag The City invited residents to participate in a conversation about its “Portside Vision and Reinvestment Strategy” in a press release issued on June 11. Pensacola’s 50-acre [...]

The Buzz 6/21/18

The Buzz 6/21/18

Questions About Our Water Linger A recent Inweekly article has resurfaced concerns over the area’s drinking water. Ann Hill, who is running for City Council, District 6, held a town hall meeting to [...]

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