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The Buzz 5/8/14

The Buzz 5/8/14

UWF Budget Cut The University of West Florida did not fare well in the 2014 Florida Legislative Session. The new performance measurements approved by the lawmakers will cost the university $3.82 [...]

Inside The Chaos

Inside The Chaos

Inmates Tell What Happened 
During the Jail Explosion by Rick Outzen Eric Stevenson has been busy since the early hours of Wednesday, April 30. The criminal defense attorney has been trying to [...]

“Miss Representation”

“Miss Representation”

Local organizations hosting a special movie screening and benefit By Jennifer Leigh Facebook CFO Sheryl Sandberg has taught women to “Lean In” and “Ban Bossy,” but what happens when they [...]

The Buzz 5/1/14

The Buzz 5/1/14

May Draws A Crowd A couple hundred citizens packed the Brownsville Assembly of God Reception Hall on April 22 to be heard by their elected officials and community leaders on a myriad of issues from [...]

The Buzz 4/24/14

The Buzz 4/24/14

UWF Faculty Wants Pay Raises Over the past eight years, the faculty and staff at the University of West Florida have suffered a 16.3 percent salary reduction in inflation-adjusted terms, and it is [...]

The Buzz 4/17/14

The Buzz 4/17/14

Food Truck Pilot Program Coming Sherry Morris, the city of Pensacola’s Planning Services Administrator, has sent the city council a draft document outlining the city's upcoming Food Truck Pilot [...]

The Buzz 4/10/14

The Buzz 4/10/14

Hayward vs. Varona, Part 2 On April 3, Judge Gary Bergosh heard arguments for nearly five hours on a temporary injunction request by Robert de Varona, the airport’s food concessionaire, to prevent [...]

The Buzz 4/3/14

The Buzz 4/3/14

Cries for Justice in Public Schools The Escambia Youth Justice Coalition (EYJC) staged a rally Tuesday, March 25 at the Escambia County School Board meeting, calling it “Visions and [...]

Picket for a Penny

Picket for a Penny

Locals Appeal to Publix to Join the Fair Food Program By Jessica Forbes One penny per pound of tomatoes: that is the premium to which advocates for the Coalition of Immokalee Workers’ (CIW) [...]

Give Peace a Chance

Give Peace a Chance

By Jennifer Leigh Tasha Nixon, a Pensacola native, grew up in Englewood Heights, now known as Shanty Town. “Right down the street from the Boys and Girls Club,” she said. Through the years, [...]

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