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Paying for A Bad Decision

Paying for A Bad Decision

By Duwayne Escobedo When the Escambia Board of County Commissioners approved the plans to repair the basement of the Escambia County Central Booking and Detention Center (CBD) flooded by a June [...]

What’s The Game Plan?

What’s The Game Plan?

Playing to Win the New Orleans Pelicans By Duwayne Escobedo The New Orleans Pelicans lack a minor league basketball team. It joins the Washington Wizards, Portland Trailblazers and Denver Nuggets [...]

The Buzz 8/10/17

The Buzz 8/10/17

Around the World Innisfree Hotels founders Julian and Kim MacQueen embarked on Aug. 7 for what will be a record-setting journey in their HondaJet around the globe traveling to four continents and 80 [...]

The Buzz 8/3/17

The Buzz 8/3/17

Law & Vengeance Presales for local attorney Mike Papantonio's second book, "Law & Vengeance," begin the first week of August. The legal thriller provides another peak into the legal world [...]

Medical Marijuana Awareness Day

Medical Marijuana Awareness Day

By Shelby Nalepa Want to learn more about medical marijuana and its benefits? Medical Marijuana Treatment Clinics of Florida (MMTCFL) and the online resource Marijuana Med Today will be [...]

Don Gaetz: Still Serving

Don Gaetz: Still Serving

By Rick Outzen Don Gaetz retired from the Florida Senate last year after serving 10 years, two of which were as Senate President, 2012-14. However, he hasn't retired from public service. Gaetz [...]

Reinventing the Chamber

Reinventing the Chamber

By Duwayne Escobedo When it comes to the Greater Pensacola Chamber, community leaders believed smaller would be better. Instead of a chamber focused on developing tourism and economic [...]

Buzz 7/27/17

Buzz 7/27/17

Ehr for Congress Seven months into his first term as the U.S. Congressman for Northwest Florida and Matt Gaetz, a Fort Walton Beach Republican, has already drawn a Democratic challenger. The [...]

Rules for Some, Not All

Rules for Some, Not All

By Sammi Sontag Escambia County has social media policies for its employees and commissioners. However, the commission chairman and its newest commissioner have chosen to ignore the policies, [...]

Grimsley Campaigns for Farmers and Families

Grimsley Campaigns for Farmers and Families

By Sammi Sontag State Senator Denise Grimsley (R-Sebring) is running for the Florida Commissioner of Agriculture in 2018.  She stopped by the Inweekly offices last week to introduce herself and [...]

The Buzz 7/20/17

The Buzz 7/20/17

Student Loan Help U.S. Senator Bill Nelson (D-FL) visited the University of West Florida and met with graduates to discuss the Student Loan Relief Act, legislation sponsored by Nelson that aims to [...]

The Black Hole of the County Budget

The Black Hole of the County Budget

By Rick Outzen For the past two months, Escambia County Commissioner Doug Underhill has decried that the county faced a $9 million shortfall in its FY 2018 budget. However, the problem isn't the [...]

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