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The Buzz 11/30/17

The Buzz 11/30/17

Gaetz: Climate Change Believer On Monday, Nov. 20, Congressman Matt Gaetz (R-Fort Walton Beach) said he believes the science behind climate change and that those who deny the facts will be seen as [...]

Poll: City’s Numbers Drop

Poll: City’s Numbers Drop

By Rick Outzen According to a poll commissioned by Inweekly, the percentage of city voters who believe the City of Pensacola is headed in the right direction has dropped 28 percent since last [...]

Dialogue on Public Monuments

Dialogue on Public Monuments

By Rick Outzen In August in the wake of the protest in Charlottesville, VA, that left one person dead, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward and Councilman Larry Johnson publicly stated they wanted to [...]

The Buzz 11/24/17

The Buzz 11/24/17

Caldwell Visits State Rep. Matt Caldwell met last week with the Escambia County Republican Executive Committee. In October, he had a strong month of fundraising with $111,000 brought in between his [...]

The Buzz 11/16/17

The Buzz 11/16/17

Port Vision Last week, we wrote about the need for a plan that lays out the future of the Port of Pensacola. (Inweekly, "Port Needs a Plan," Nov. 9). Triumph Gulf Coast recently uploaded the [...]

Bergosh: Addicted to Politics

Bergosh: Addicted to Politics

By Duwayne Escobedo His love for politics began in 2006 thanks to his big brother Gary, Jeff Bergosh says. Gary, an Escambia County Circuit Court judge, convinced Jeff to run for the Escambia [...]

Ending Child Marriages

Ending Child Marriages

By Rick Outzen Florida has the second highest rate of child marriages. Of the 16,400 cases of early marriage reported in Florida over the last 15 years, 80 percent of them were minor girls [...]

The Buzz 11/9/17

The Buzz 11/9/17

Andrade Running Attorney Alex Andrade has filed to run for the Florida House District 2 seat currently held by Frank White. He will run as a Republican. Democrat Ray Guillory filed in March to run [...]

Port Needs a Plan

Port Needs a Plan

By Rick Outzen and Duwayne Escobedo The Port of Pensacola is dying. Its four major revenue sources dropped nearly 30 percent from FY 2012-FY 2016, according to the city's budget [...]

Laura Gilliam: New United Way CEO

Laura Gilliam: New United Way CEO

By Duwayne Escobedo The most satisfying work that Laura Gilliam has done includes working with the school system, Marshall University, law enforcement, health department and churches and nonprofit [...]

The Buzz 11/2/17

The Buzz 11/2/17

UWF Alumni Honored The University of West Florida Alumni Association recently held its awards and recognition program to honor Spirit of UWF and Alumni Awards recipients. UWF President Martha [...]

Trump’s Policy Hurts Cuban People

Trump’s Policy Hurts Cuban People

By Rick Outzen In June, President Donald Trump announced that he was changing the nation's policies regarding Cuba. His administration would strictly enforce the authorized exemptions that allow [...]

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