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The Buzz 6/22/17

The Buzz 6/22/17

Pond Design Questioned The Government Street/Corrine Jones Stormwater project continues to be plagued with problems. The latest issue was flooding along the east side of the large pond during a [...]

A ‘First’ in the ’18 Governor’s Race

A ‘First’ in the ’18 Governor’s Race

By Sammi Sontag Our country once cherished pioneers that strove to be first. However, in this age of cynicism and polarized politics, the "firsts" have lost some of their luster. That may [...]

Red Snapper Season Rescued

Red Snapper Season Rescued

By Duwayne Escobedo The federal government added 39 days for recreational anglers to fish for red snapper this summer. Previously, it gave them only three days to catch the Gulf of Mexico's [...]

The Buzz 6/15/17

The Buzz 6/15/17

New Life for Land Swap Escambia County Commissioner Jeff Bergosh says the county was ready to pull the plug on the proposed commerce park for Outlying Field 8 (OLF-8) until it received a letter from [...]

Tent City Jail?

Tent City Jail?

By Duwayne Escobedo The Escambia County Commission wants a solution. It wants it cheap, and it wants it fast. Commission chair Doug Underhill recently proposed the county build a "tent city" [...]

The Bey-B Shower

The Bey-B Shower

By Jennifer Leigh When Beyoncé announced she was pregnant with twins earlier this year, the internet collectively freaked out. The Pensacola-based Black Women Empower Collective saw the news [...]

Caldwell Visits

Caldwell Visits

By Sammi Sontag Traveling to all 67 counties in Florida is no easy feat, but State Representative Matt Caldwell is making his way through the state as he begins campaigning for the 2018 race for [...]

Jail Showdown Sizzles

Jail Showdown Sizzles

By Duwayne Escobedo The Escambia County Commission meeting on May 25 made Walton County Sheriff Michael A. Adkinson Jr. so miffed that he fired off a letter on May 31 giving the board until June [...]

The Buzz 6/8/17

The Buzz 6/8/17

Fundraiser for Pensacola Cooks Executive Chef Chef Frank Woolfolk made a lasting impression on Pensacola and not just through food. "He was committed to the community," said Jacki Selby, Pensacola [...]

A Giant Leap for Robot-kind

A Giant Leap for Robot-kind

By Duwayne Escobedo For at least 10 years, Johnny Godowski has worked on creating an innovative robot that could walk and run naturally without the help of gyroscopes or computer sensors to keep [...]

The Buzz 6/1/17

The Buzz 6/1/17

A Great Neighborhood Studer Properties has been eager to fill the first-floor commercial spaces in its Southtowne Apartments and the mixed-use office space across the street on the corner of [...]

Justice for Gold Star Families

Justice for Gold Star Families

By Rick Outzen On May 15, ‘Giant Killer' Mike Papantonio and his team at Levin Papantonio, along with six other national firms, filed the first of a series of lawsuits (Holladay, et al. v. [...]

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