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Brother Can You Spare A Dime?

Brother Can You Spare A Dime?

Helping the homeless and hungry in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties By Jennie McKeon For Bob, homelessness was not a choice. A Vietnam veteran, Bob had his own business, two houses and a brand [...]

Budget Squeeze Coming

Budget Squeeze Coming

County Prepares For The Worst By Rick Ouzten Escambia County Government has run out of quick fixes for its ever-shrinking budget.  Property Appraiser Chris Jones is projecting property taxes for [...]

Lush Guide ’11

Lush Guide ’11

Take a toast Pensacola. You finally have yourself a decent nightlife. It’s been two years since we introduced our first Lush Bar Guide, and all we can say is, “Wow, what a progression.” With [...]

What Will Our Strong Mayor Do Next?

What Will Our Strong Mayor Do Next?

Inside The Hayward Transition Process by Rick Outzen Vinyl Music Hall was packed Nov. 2, 2010. The crowd was an eclectic mix of people–old, young, black, white, white collar and blue collar. [...]

Rock, Paper, Sand

Rock, Paper, Sand

The struggle for new DeLuna Fest date By Kate Peterson Five Flags Tourism Group announced at the beginning of January in the daily newspaper that it was moving its DeLuna Fest to the weekend of [...]

2011 Rising Stars

2011 Rising Stars

The Independent News has been committed to developing a nurturing environment for the young adults in our community since its inception in July 1999. When community leaders started in 2005 to [...]

Escambia County’s Secret

Escambia County’s Secret

ALARMING HIV/AIDS STATISTICS By Hana Frenette / Contributing  Reporting by Rick Ouzten Psst, Escambia County has an HIV/AIDS problem. It’s not something our community leaders want to talk [...]

2011 Law Directory

2011 Law Directory

The Law Office of John F. Asmar, P.A. 1306 E. Cervantes St., 432-3864, asmarlawfirm.com Before creating his own Firm in Pensacola, Mr. Asmar practiced Land Use, Governmental, Environmental and [...]

Heat Wave

Heat Wave

Local Legal Eagles Predict Practice Areas That Will Heat Up In 2001 By Dustin Toney More cases involving damages from the BP oil disaster, mortgage fraud and privacy laws in regard to social [...]

Does It Get Better?

Does It Get Better?

Cyberbullies Target Gay High School and College Students By Scott Satterwhite On Sept. 22, 2010, an accomplished young violinist and freshman at Rutgers University killed himself. Tyler Clementi, [...]

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