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The Buzz 9/18/14

The Buzz 9/18/14

ACLU and PAE Host Update The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Florida and the Pensacola Alliance for Equality (PAE) are hosting a gathering at Seville Quarter on Tuesday, Sept. 23 at which [...]

Walking the Walk

Walking the Walk

By Jennifer Leigh Every year on September 20, thousands gather across the country to walk and raise awareness for those living in poverty in the Friends of the Poor event hosted by local chapters [...]

The Buzz 9/11/14

The Buzz 9/11/14

Charlotte’s Mom Visits During the past legislative session, Florida lawmakers passed the state’s first medical marijuana bill that legalized “Charlotte’s Web,” a limited strain of marijuana [...]

Feds Investigate Hayward Administration

Feds Investigate Hayward Administration

By Rick Outzen Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward and his administration were rocked late last month when the city’s custodian of record received a subpoena from Assistant U.S. Attorney Tiffany [...]

The Buzz 9/4/14

The Buzz 9/4/14

Wahoos Take A Swing On July 16, the Community Maritime Park Associates Board of Trustees passed a motion that the use fees paid by the Blue Wahoos, Pensacola’s Double A minor league baseball team [...]

The Buzz 8/28/14

The Buzz 8/28/14

Insider Land Deal In 2012, the media began to notice a voting alliance on the Escambia Board of County Commissioners between Wilson Robertson and Gene Valentino. Fellow commissioners pointed out that [...]

The Buzz 8/21/14

The Buzz 8/21/14

DOJ Closes Book On The Jail Escambia County Attorney Allison Rogers learned last week that the Department of Justice has closed its investigation of the Escambia County Jail and will not be seeking [...]

Locals Rally for Peace in the Middle East

Locals Rally for Peace in the Middle East

By Scott Satterwhite The scene on the corner of Garden and Palafox was vibrant: smiling people of all ages, children playing in the small park, an accordion-playing man carrying a baby, and lots [...]

Pitiful Pressure: Above The Law

Pitiful Pressure: Above The Law

In Escambia County, some people are above the law. They get to choose which ones they obey and which ones they ignore. And county staff is pressured to look the other way while the lawbreakers make [...]

Lead the Way

Lead the Way

By Jennifer Leigh Quint Studer, of Studer Group and Studer Institute, author of six books, philanthropist and much more, is willing to spend a whole day with you sharing his secrets of [...]

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