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The Buzz 12/19/13

The Buzz 12/19/13

Council Debates: What’s in a Name? At their regular meeting on Nov. 12, the Pensacola City Council considered arguments in the case of “City of Five Flags” v. the “Upside of Florida,” and, [...]

Card Carrying Partners

Card Carrying Partners

Pensacola’s Domestic Partnership Registry Approved By Jessica Forbes After two city council meetings packed with supporters, a proposed Domestic Partnership Registry (DPR) for the city of [...]

Sowing Grassroots

Sowing Grassroots

Nan Rich visits Pensacola By Jessica Forbes Continuing to build a grassroots campaign she began over a year ago, Democratic candidate for governor Nan Rich will speak in Pensacola at the [...]

The Buzz 12/05/13

The Buzz 12/05/13

Rumblings in Health Care The federal government has changed how it pays hospitals for their Medicare patients, and that shift could have a negative impact on our local economy while the hospitals [...]

The Buzz 11/29/13

The Buzz 11/29/13

Pensacola’s Mud Island Eighteen months after the Vince J. Whibbs, Sr. Community Maritime Park opened, the city has a problem with the retention pond at the park. The liner has floated to the [...]

Interview With The Commish

Interview With The Commish

Four Questions for New Chairman Lumon May by Rick Outzen Lumon May will become chairman of the Escambia County Board of County Commissioners on Nov. 21. He sat down with the Independent News [...]

Buzz 11.21

Buzz 11.21

Crist Disappointed in Scott Former Florida Governor Charlie Crist was in town on Monday, Nov. 18, and the local media was given a few minutes with him at the Hilton Garden Inn on Pensacola Beach. [...]

Satoshi Forest

Satoshi Forest

Local Group Sets Up Homeless Outpost by Jesse Farthing Hidden down a bumpy dirt path strewn with litter off of Massachusetts Avenue lies nine acres of wooded land covered with overgrowth, trash, [...]

The Buzz 11/14/13

The Buzz 11/14/13

Domestic Partnerships in Pensacola? During its meeting on Thursday, Nov. 14, the Pensacola City Council will vote on an ordinance that would establish a Domestic Partnership Registry for the City of [...]

A Bicycle Built for Good

A Bicycle Built for Good

Riding to Raise Awareness of Human Trafficking By Jessica Forbes If you were downtown on October 31 and saw a man riding a bicycle that appeared to be a cross between something from Swiss Family [...]

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