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Balancing Act

Balancing Act

Escambia County Budget Crisis By Jeremy Morrison Heading south, with hands in his pockets and a steady stride, Escambia County Administrator Randy Oliver kept his head down. He had only recently [...]

Smart Money

Smart Money

Are Student Loans Next Big Bubble? by Jeremy Morrison It’s the kind of mathematical nightmare that keeps economic wizards awake at night. The merciless equation soaks their pillows in a cold [...]

For the Records

For the Records

Celebrating Music and Vinyl On Record Store Day By Hana Frenette People are buying records again. And not just to decorate walls with or make bowls out of—to listen to. The record is still [...]

Kick It

Kick It

The Internet Being Used For Good By Jennie McKeon Jon Morris was looking for a change. He wanted to fulfill his dream of being a professional musician, but funds were scarce. That’s where [...]

The Fabric of Pensacola

The Fabric of Pensacola

Locally owned businesses make Pensacola special By IN staff Before our fellow media outlets decided that promoting local business was a cool idea, the Independent News, Pensacola’s locally [...]

IN Launches New Website: StopPensacola.Com

IN Launches New Website: StopPensacola.Com

By Walker Holmes The IN Media Solutions team is set to launch its latest attempt to capture more ad dollars StopPensacola.com.  The website where everything ends. “Want to attract the [...]

Time-Traveling Tourist

Time-Traveling Tourist

Capitalizing on Pensacola’s past By Jeremy Morrison As the fog lifts in Pensacola, the early morning light unveils another day in the area’s long, rich history. It’s the day Nick Schuck [...]

Same Name, Different Model

Same Name, Different Model

By Jennie McKeon Panhandle Fresh Marketing Association is undergoing major changes in 2012. Instead of consumers having to search for local produce, Panhandle Fresh is working to get the fruits [...]

A Green Thumbs Up

A Green Thumbs Up

By Jennie McKeon Gardening can be relaxing, result in healthy eating habits and it can even be a bit of a work-out. Whatever your motive may be, you can create your own green-thumb haven in one of [...]

Beyond Green

Beyond Green

Moving Towards Sustainability By Rick Outzen The Pensacola area has struggled with being green. Our community is known for its parks, running clubs and beautiful bays, beaches and rivers, but has [...]

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