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Winners & Losers 2/14/19

Winners & Losers 2/14/19

Winners Grover Robinson The mayor of Pensacola had to pick up the pieces of Project Titan and cobble together funding to create an aircraft maintenance campus at the Pensacola International [...]

The Buzz 2/14/19

The Buzz 2/14/19

Historic Connection On Friday, Feb. 8, the University of West Florida Historic Trust celebrated the grand opening of Museum Plaza, a new multi-use and educational community space in downtown [...]

Mayor Completes Titan Deal

Mayor Completes Titan Deal

By Jeremy Morrison It was a rough touch down, but it appears that Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson has landed the city’s Project Titan, a $210 million jobs and infrastructure project at the [...]

Outtakes—Vindictive Politics

Outtakes—Vindictive Politics

By Rick Outzen Last week, Inweekly broke the news that former Mayor Ashton Hayward last October settled the discrimination lawsuits filed by Fire Chief Matt Schmitt and Deputy Fire Chief Joe [...]

The Buzz 1/24/19

The Buzz 1/24/19

More Meetings Added The Pensacola City Council is upping the number of meetings it holds, with members deciding to move to two meetings per months, each preceded earlier in the week by an agenda [...]

Soccer Complex Conundrum

Soccer Complex Conundrum

By Jeremy Morrison On any given Saturday morning in the fall or spring, Pensacola’s athletic fields near the Roger Scott Complex is a youth sports bonanza. Spread across a collection of fields [...]

Outtakes—Pensacola Renaissance

Outtakes—Pensacola Renaissance

By Rick Outzen Under Mayor Grover Robinson, city government and civic engagement are going through a renaissance as citizens are given unprecedented access with city officials and leaders to [...]

The Buzz 1/17/19

The Buzz 1/17/19

Inside Florida Inaugurations Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Nikki Fried made history when she was sworn into office on Tuesday, Jan. 8. “As the first Jewish woman elected statewide in [...]

The Buzz 1/10/19

The Buzz 1/10/19

Monumental Steps Recently, State Rep. Mike Hill, who represents the Panhandle area, proposed a bill—House Bill 97—that would prohibit local governments from taking down monuments, including those [...]

Outtakes—Who to Watch

Outtakes—Who to Watch

By Rick Outzen As we enter 2019, there are several people and organizations that we should keep on our radar. They will be the newsmakers. Alex Andrade The young attorney and Inweekly Rising [...]

The Buzz 1/3/19

The Buzz 1/3/19

Port Turnaround Mayor Grover Robinson visited the port in mid-December, meeting with staff and touring the facility. He came away impressed. “I tell you, some amazing things are going on out [...]

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