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Buzz 9.23

Buzz 9.23

Board Approves New Administrator The Escambia County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved Randy Oliver as the new County Administrator on Sept. 17. Oliver, who has more than 20 years of [...]

The Buzz 9.16

The Buzz 9.16

Taxis Tiff Last week, City Council decided to hold off on approving an amendment to an ordinance that would affect taxicab operations. The amendment to Ch. 7-10 of the Vehicles for Hire law [...]

Winners & Losers 9.16

Winners & Losers 9.16

Winners MALCOLM THOMAS Last year, the Escambia County Superintendent of Schools refused to allow his students to hear President Barack Obama’s speech to open the school year. It was too [...]

7 Days 9.16

7 Days 9.16

Monday, Sept. 6 BP and federal officials address the Pensacola City Council, telling councilmembers no significant oil has been found in local waters since testing began last month. Tuesday, [...]

Summer of BP Quiz

Summer of BP Quiz

Check Out Your Summer 2010 News IQ by IN staff 1. Who was the Pensacola bar owner that was rejected 21-17 by the Florida Senate and allowed to sit on the Public Service Commission? a) Steve [...]

The Buzz 9.09

The Buzz 9.09

FWC On Board For Fall Snapper Last week, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission approved a recommendation from the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council to allow a 24-day red [...]

7 Days 9.09

7 Days 9.09

Monday, Aug. 30 The treasurer for Holley-Navarre Primary School’s PTO is accused of stealing $13,000 from the group. Paula Nevius, 36, of Navarre, is arrested on a charge of larceny. Tuesday, [...]

ANALYSIS: STATUS QUO VOTES BUCK NATIONAL TREND

ESCAMBIA COUNTY INCUMBENTS HOLD ON TO OFFICES IN AUG. 24 PRIMARY by Rick Outzen Escambia County isn’t ready to kick out the incumbents, according to the 2010 primary results. Unlike years ago [...]

7 Days 9.02.10

Monday, Aug. 23 A petition to stop development of the multi-use stadium at the Community Maritime Park is ruled invalid by city staff. City Manager Al Coby tells petitioners that the petition would [...]

Buzz 9.02.10

ECUA’S NEW VEHICLE This week the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority introduced a new hybrid sanitation vehicle to its fleet—hoping to cut costs and help the environment by using less fuel and [...]

News: Tales From Gulf Waters

Boat Captains Tell Of Unreported Oil, Play-acting And Dispersant Tadpoles By Rick Outzen In May, Mark Williams, 49, came to Orange Beach, Ala. from Atlantic Beach, Fla. to captain a charter [...]

The Buzz 8.26

The Safe Seafood Myth As the Feds begin to reopen all of the Gulf fisheries, many are still not convinced the seafood is safe for consumption. Earlier this month, the Associated Press conducted [...]

Seven Days 8.26

  Monday, Aug. 16 Remnants of a tropical depression that formed last week move back over the Gulf of Mexico and bring gusty winds and rain to the area. Tuesday, Aug. 17 The Escambia [...]

News: Voters Stay Home Over Political Squabbles

The Orlando Sentinel Reports: It's supposed to be the year of the "outsider" — the election where fed-up voters embrace newcomers and kick incumbents to the curb. But in Florida, the electorate [...]

IN’s 2010 Endorsements

It's ok, dear readers, we know some of you haven't paid much attention to this upcoming election. All those direct mail advertisements from the candidates probably went straight into the garbage, [...]

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