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Cities May Unite for BP Funds

Cities May Unite for BP Funds

By Duwayne Escobedo The $1.5 billion pot of BP oil spill reparations is up for grabs. The first $300 million payment sits in the bank waiting for the eight westernmost Northwest Florida counties [...]

Andrews Institute Looks Ahead

Andrews Institute Looks Ahead

By Duwayne Escobedo At a recent press conference in honor of his facility's 10th anniversary, Dr. James Andrews told the story about the moment he knew the Andrews Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic [...]

Saving Others with a 5K

Saving Others with a 5K

By Duwayne Escobedo When you face a life or death situation like Greg Schnoor, your whole life can change. In 2010, Schnoor planned to have a routine surgery on his sinuses to help eliminate [...]

The Buzz 4/27/17

The Buzz 4/27/17

Champion for Beach Ownership Rep. Matt Gaetz plans to file a bill soon that transfers ownership officially of Navarre Beach from Escambia County to Santa Rosa County. The bill will allow Santa Rosa [...]

Crime, Homeless Plague Park

Crime, Homeless Plague Park

By Duwayne Escobedo You can buy drugs there, hire a prostitute or even catch the homeless sleeping on the children's slide in the playground. These aren't the streets of New York City. This is [...]

The Buzz 4/20/17

The Buzz 4/20/17

Gilligan’s Island When asked for an update on the legislation regarding the distribution of Triumph Gulf Coast Funds, State Sen. Doug Broxson said, "It feels like it's 'Gilligan's Island.' It was [...]

The Domestic Violence Problem

The Domestic Violence Problem

By Duwayne Escobedo A Milton man killed his wife on the porch with a hatchet in an argument over money on Feb. 22. A Pensacola woman stabbed her 18-year-old son to death and left her daughter [...]

Hayward’s Hide And Seek

Hayward’s Hide And Seek

  By Rick Outzen and Duwayne Escobedo Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward has not hesitated to seek the advice and counsel of outside attorneys, and he has blocked any efforts by the Pensacola [...]

The Buzz 4/13/17

The Buzz 4/13/17

Defending Home Rule On April 5, the Florida Association of Counties (FAC) hosted its Legislative Day. Commissioners and staff descended on Tallahassee to assist in the lobbying efforts to protect [...]

The Buzz 4/6/17

The Buzz 4/6/17

Courageous Visitor The Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy Council will host a recipient of the U.S. Secretary of State's International Women of Courage (IWOC) Award April 1 – 5 as part of a two-week [...]

32505 Makes Top 15 for Highest Youth Arrests

32505 Makes Top 15 for Highest Youth Arrests

By Duwayne Escobedo Florida law enforcement authorities made a big deal that six years into reform of the state’s juvenile justice system—once considered the worst in the country—it recorded [...]

SYSA ‘Fills the Gap’

SYSA ‘Fills the Gap’

By Duwayne Escobedo Terrell Hankins wasn't the greatest athlete to come out of the Southern Youth Sports Association (SYSA). He knows that. But he had smarts. His goal every year in SYSA was to [...]

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