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The Buzz 3/1/18

The Buzz 3/1/18

Inside School Lockdowns On Feb. 20, Inweekly began to receive phones calls and texts from parents concerned about lockdowns at Booker T. Washington High School and Workman Middle School. We called [...]

Local Environmental Wins

Local Environmental Wins

By Brooke Weber New year, new Pensacola? Looking back on this past year, various environmental milestones  in our city have been met. Local community members shared their environmental successes, [...]

The Buzz 9/28/17

The Buzz 9/28/17

Community Code of Ethics Former Florida Senate President Don Gaetz discussed ethics in government with community leaders today during an Advocacy Lunch and Learn sponsored by the Studer Community [...]

The Buzz 8/10/17

The Buzz 8/10/17

Around the World Innisfree Hotels founders Julian and Kim MacQueen embarked on Aug. 7 for what will be a record-setting journey in their HondaJet around the globe traveling to four continents and 80 [...]

The Buzz 7/13/17

The Buzz 7/13/17

BRAC-Proofing NWFL With the military being more than half of his district's economy, Congressman Matt Gaetz worked with the Department of Defense to shave off nearly $2 million of the cost of the [...]

Mayor’s Race Could Be Tight

Mayor’s Race Could Be Tight

By Rick Outzen The 2018 Pensacola’s mayor race could be a battle. If Mayor Ashton Hayward seeks a third term and faces either Escambia County Commissioner Grover Robinson or his recently retired [...]

The Buzz 3/3/16

The Buzz 3/3/16

Failure to Communicate, Again Pensacola Councilwoman Sherri Myers told Inweekly that City Administrator Eric Olson had no idea that city residents had any damage from the Tuesday tornado until she [...]

Fighting To Be Heard

Fighting To Be Heard

The Deaf and the Law By Rick Outzen The tables in the large room at the Center for Independent Living formed a rectangle. Several deaf people and their advocates sat, waiting to share their [...]

Grassroots Efforts Tackle Corruption

Grassroots Efforts Tackle Corruption

By Ben Sheffler Ongoing grassroots movements to put an end to government corruption are gaining momentum and happening close to home. Move to Amend, a nonpartisan coalition of nearly 400,000 [...]

The Buzz 12/4/14

The Buzz 12/4/14

Pensacola Reboot Begins Mayor Ashton Hayward and the three council members recently re-elected were all sworn in on Tuesday, Nov. 25. Each was given the opportunity to address the [...]

Buzz 3/6/14

Buzz 3/6/14

Right to Cover Up Restored The Pensacola City Council voted on Thursday, Feb. 27, to repeal a portion of an ordinance passed in May 2013, the so-called “No Blankets” provision. The council [...]

Weathered Warrior

Weathered Warrior

Sherri Myers continues fight for civil rights by Rick Outzen Born to an unwed mother and growing up in the slums of Montgomery, Ala., Pensacola City Councilwoman Sherri Myers has an affinity for [...]

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