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The Buzz 10/22/15

The Buzz 10/22/15

Pell Problem A U.S. Department Education audit found the Escambia County School District failed to comply with the statutory and regulatory requirements regarding administrative capability, [...]

Considering the flow of Bayfront Parkway

Considering the flow of Bayfront Parkway

By Jeremy Morrison The Bayfront Parkway Feasibility Study is nearing the end of the road. In another couple of months, the Florida Department of Transportation will wrap up its official report [...]

The Buzz 10/15/15

The Buzz 10/15/15

Women Builders Break Ground After months of hard work, the 118 women who have been working to raise the funds to build a home as part of Pensacola Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build 2015 have [...]

Underhill Talks About District 2

Underhill Talks About District 2

By Rick Outzen Escambia County’s newest commissioner has gone through his first budget cycle. He has debated the confederate battle, location of the new county jail and the formula for [...]

Aiming for Pensacola

Aiming for Pensacola

By Rick Outzen Pensacola was not a cornerstone of the antebellum South or the Confederacy, according to a new book written by University of Houston history professor Matt Clavin.  The port city [...]

The Buzz 10/1/15

The Buzz 10/1/15

Go Argos University of West Florida President Dr. Judy Bense presented the 2015 State of the University address last week, providing an update on the university’s recent accomplishments, as well [...]

Will Pensacola Get An Iconic Bridge?

Will Pensacola Get An Iconic Bridge?

By Rick Outzen Two week ago, State Senator Don Gaetz came on News Talk 1370’s “Pensacola Speaks” to voice concern that an attempt to redesign the Pensacola side of the new Pensacola Bay [...]

The Buzz 9/24/15

The Buzz 9/24/15

City Has New Formula At its Sept. 17 meeting, the Pensacola City Council passed an inter-local agreement with the Board of County Commissioners for the allocation of the Local Option Gas Tax. The [...]

Three Episodes in One Week

Three Episodes in One Week

By Jeremy Morrison The Pensacola City Council has voted to keep its meetings to one week out of the month. The September “episodes” included discussions of the Maritime Park lease process, [...]

Make Your Vote Count

Make Your Vote Count

By Shelby Smithey In 2008, 6 million Americans didn’t vote because they missed a registration deadline or didn’t know how to register. National Voter Registration Day was established to [...]

New, Improved Emerald Coastkeeper

New, Improved Emerald Coastkeeper

By Jeremy Morrison A local environmental organization is evolving again, morphing from one incarnation into another, though its core mission—watching over the waterways of the Gulf [...]

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