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Dollar and Sins

Dollar and Sins

The Oil Spill Penance Race Begins By Jeremy Morrison Nearly two months into the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, Tony Hayward made a curious promise. BP’s quintessential British CEO wasn’t [...]

IN 2012 Law Directory

IN 2012 Law Directory

Aylstock, Witkin, Kreis & Overholtz 17 E. Main St., Suite 200, 202-1010, awkolaw.com Pensacola-based Aylstock, Witkin, Kreis & Overholtz has emerged as a national leader in the fight to [...]

Lawyering 101

Lawyering 101

What You Don’t Learn in Law School By Jennie McKeon Inside the offices of the State Attorney and Public Defender in Pensacola is where many young lawyers, fresh off the graduation stage, really [...]

Top 11 of ’11

Top 11 of ’11

There are certain things that everybody does around the end of the year—like make resolutions they'll probably never keep. There are also certain things that just about every publication (print and [...]

2011 Year IN Review

2011 Year IN Review

WE ARE YOUR HUCKLEBERRY IN REPORTS ON NEWS THAT MATTERS By IN Staff The Independent News shouldn’t be able to compete in such a small market that’s dominated by such large media corporations [...]

Naughty or Nice 2011

Naughty or Nice 2011

Gifts for those the IN loves (to pick on) By IN staff For eight years, the Independent News has given holiday “gifts” to area elected officials, leaders and newsmakers. For days, we slave [...]

Haitian Adoption Nightmare

Haitian Adoption Nightmare

FAMILIES CLAIM SEXUAL ABUSE AT MISSION By Rick Outzen The story was one of the truly “feel good” stories coming out of the earthquake that devastated Haiti nearly two years ago. Forty-one [...]

Ho Ho Holy #*@% It’s Almost Christmas!

Ho Ho Holy #*@% It’s Almost Christmas!

And let us guess—you haven’t even started your shopping yet, have you? Fear not, shopping procrastinators. The IN’s elves (and by elves we mean our Publisher Rick, Production Manager Joani, [...]

Pensacola’s Gas Game

Pensacola’s Gas Game

By Jeremy Morrison A few months after arriving in office, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward got a new car. It’s cute. The car’s a Honda Civic GX. In June, Hayward invited folks down to City [...]

Winners & Losers ’11

Winners & Losers ’11

For the first time in the past six years, Pensacola had a relatively uneventful summer–no hurricanes, park or city charter referendums, sensational murder cases or oil spills.  However, the year [...]

Ills of the Spill

Ills of the Spill

The impact on human health By Jeremy Morrison So far the meeting was going well. Clinically cordial, with deli cold cuts and coffee. But then James “Catfish” Miller decided to make some [...]

Illegal Gun Capital USA

Illegal Gun Capital USA

Escambia County Sheriff Scores Record Gun Bust By Rick Outzen It was a rundown store in a rundown neighborhood on the edge of Brownsville. The secondhand retail shop near the corner of Pace [...]

The Great American Campout

The Great American Campout

Unraveling the Meaning of Occupy Pensacola by Jeremy Morrison The plaza is eerily quite. The bright colors and noises are gone. No one is shouting at passerby about the Federal Reserve [...]

Island In Time

Island In Time

Pearl Harbor Survivors Return to Hawaii By Jeremy Morrison Old men in Hawaiian shirts are not usually in a hurry to get where they’re going. Chances are, they’ve been there before. These [...]

Rest of The Best ’11

Rest of The Best ’11

COMMUNITY TERI LEVIN Winner: Best Volunteer Teri Levin loves Pensacola, and she volunteers her time, talents and resources to improve the quality of life for everyone. Autism Pensacola, WSRE, [...]

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