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The Buzz 8/23/18

The Buzz 8/23/18

Condition ‘Deplorable’ A year ago, downtown business owner Clark Thompson fired off an email to Councilman Brian Spencer and other City staff protesting the City’s neglect of the National [...]

The Buzz 2/22/18

The Buzz 2/22/18

Beyond Serious Last Friday, Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan called a press conference to discuss the Parkland, Fla. school shooting and how his office was handling a "rash" of social media posts [...]

Winners & Losers 7/6/17

Winners & Losers 7/6/17

It's Red, White and Blue celebration week. We had no chance of getting the Winners and Losers crew off the beach and passed the Gulf Breeze speed traps to do this column. Instead, we pulled together [...]

Outtakes—No Sanctuary in Pensacola

Outtakes—No Sanctuary in Pensacola

A sanctuary is a sacred place, a safe haven from the troubles of the world. For the faithful, a church sanctuary is the house of God. For 13 centuries, churches in England, by law, were sacred [...]

Stingrays And Rights To Privacy

Stingrays And Rights To Privacy

By T.S. Strickland Pensacola police are among a growing number of law enforcement agencies making use of a secretive technology to track criminal suspects through their phones—and they’re [...]

Winners & Losers 1/8/15

Winners & Losers 1/8/15

Winners Doug Underhill State Attorney Bill Eddins announced on New Year’s Eve that his office’s review of a complaint against Escambia County Commissioner Underhill v had determined that such [...]