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Dysfunction Junction Continues

Dysfunction Junction Continues

By Rick Outzen After six years in office, the Mayor Ashton Hayward administration continues to have problems handling the simplest neighborhood issues, especially when they are on the west side of [...]

The Buzz 1/12/16

The Buzz 1/12/16

City 311 Service Fails The triggers for Inweekly and Emerald Coastkeepers' investigation of the Government Stormwater Project in the Tanyards neighborhood were two phone calls made by resident Dr. [...]

The Buzz 1/5/17

The Buzz 1/5/17

Transformative Learning Initiative Last spring, Quint Studer invited Dr. Dana Suskind to come to Pensacola to speak at a Studer Community Institute about her Thirty Million Words® Newborn Initiative [...]

County Moves Forward

County Moves Forward

By Rick Outzen Escambia County Commissioner Steven Barry easily won re-election in 2016 with 68 percent of the vote. He discussed with Inweekly the county's accomplishments and issues of 2016 and [...]

Saunders Prepares for “Fairy Tale” Job

Saunders Prepares for “Fairy Tale” Job

By Duwayne Escobedo Martha Saunders' dream job was one day to become the president of the University of West Florida. She started her college career in 1984 as an adjunct at the small university [...]

Bense Credits Mother for Success

Bense Credits Mother for Success

By Duwayne Escobedo Judy Bense arrived at the Washington State campus after driving and sleeping in her car for three days. She was a suntanned co-ed in flip-flops with a Southern accent and a [...]

The Buzz 12/29/16

The Buzz 12/29/16

Future of Triumph Florida House Speaker Richard Corcoran has established a select committee to oversee the spending of $300 million in RESTORE funds the state will receive next year. "We wanted to [...]

The Buzz 12/22/16

The Buzz 12/22/16

Tanyard Tour On Wednesday, Dec. 14, Escambia County Commissioner Lumon May toured the enormous Government Street stormwater pond and listened to residents' and business owners' fears of soil [...]

The Buzz 12/15/16

The Buzz 12/15/16

Education of Frank White Since winning the Florida House District 2 race, Frank White has been busy learning the ins and outs of his new post. He told Inweekly that the magnitude of it has begun to [...]

Tanyard Turmoil

Tanyard Turmoil

By Rick Outzen When things go wrong on a City of Pensacola project, they tend to go bad quickly. The latest example is the Government Street Stormwater Project at Corrine Jones Park. Located [...]

Creating Tech Pipeline

Creating Tech Pipeline

By Duwayne Escobedo The White House announced last week that Pensacola would be included in the expansion of its TechHire Initiative to 20 cities, states, and rural areas. The expansion increased [...]

‘America’s Lawyer’ Breaks New Ground

‘America’s Lawyer’ Breaks New Ground

By Rick Outzen Pensacola attorney Mike Papantonio isn’t afraid to create controversy or challenge the media elite. His latest project, “America’s Lawyer” on RT America, promises to do both [...]

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