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Wrestling With Waste

Wrestling With Waste

By Jeremy Morrison Last year, Escambia County officials started taking notice of landfills and borrow pits. Residents of the Wedgewood community unleashed an outcry over the proliferation of [...]

The Buzz 4/16/15

The Buzz 4/16/15

Rules Challenge Thrown Out The News Service of Florida reported on April 10 that administrative law Judge Elizabeth McArthur dismissed a challenge to a proposed regulatory framework for carrying out [...]

Seeking A Better Way to Give

Seeking A Better Way to Give

By Rick Outzen Mollye Barrows Vigodsky is on a mission. The Pensacola Today investigative reporter wants to do more than report news. She wants to be part of a solution that helps this community [...]

The Buzz 4/9/15

The Buzz 4/9/15

CBRE Silence The national real estate services company with the exclusive listing agreement with the City of Pensacola for the Community Maritime Park says its infamous Request for Proposal, which [...]

Grade Fixing Allegations Investigated

Grade Fixing Allegations Investigated

By Rick Outzen Newpoint High, one of Escambia County’s high-performing charter schools, has been accused of fixing grades. According to documents received by Inweekly, the school district was [...]

Tipping Point

Tipping Point

Escambia County embraces criminal justice reform By T.S. Strickland A local group that has been working since 2011 to help federal inmates transition from prison back into the community is [...]

Coffee with the City Attorney

Coffee with the City Attorney

A Candid Interview with Jim Messer By Rick Outzen Jim Messer strolled into Seville Quarter. After an exchange of text messages, the former city attorney had agreed to talk about his four years in [...]

The Buzz 4/2/15

The Buzz 4/2/15

Dead Man Walking On Pensacola Speaks, GOP political strategist Rick Wilson gave his opinions on the various Republican presidential hopefuls for 2016. When asked about the two governors considering a [...]

Finding jobs for the disabled

Finding jobs for the disabled

By Ben Sheffler Karen Cowan started working for Gulf Coast Enterprises (GCE), a division of Lakeview Center, 11 years ago at the Pensacola Naval Air Station as a custodian who worked three days a [...]

Catching the CMP Javelin

Catching the CMP Javelin

By Rick Outzen On March 18, CBRE, the city’s real estate broker, presented to the Community Maritime Park Associates Board of Trustees its draft of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that would [...]

The Buzz 3/26/15

The Buzz 3/26/15

PATS Facts Superintendent of Schools Malcolm Thomas wanted to do away with the PATS Center, which has been a center for teaching academically talented students of Escambia County for over 50 years. [...]

The Buzz 3/19/15

The Buzz 3/19/15

Violent Teen Gangs Sheriff David Morgan talked last week about the rise of teenage gangs in Escambia County. He warned that these gangs, commonly referred to as “hybrid gangs,” can be much more [...]

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 [...]

The Spring Break Alternative

The Spring Break Alternative

By Jennifer Stewart Vanderbilt University freshman Chiedza Chauruka hammered nails into an interior portion of a Pensacola Habitat for Humanity home on Friday afternoon, March 6–the last day of [...]

Liberating Minds 


Liberating Minds  


By Steven Poulin “We need to talk about liberating minds as well as liberating society.”—Dr. Angela Davis That is what members of the Women’s Studies Collective of the University of [...]

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