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Politics: A Robinson Family Tradition

Politics: A Robinson Family Tradition

By Duwayne Escobedo Politics has always been a part of the Robinson family. As a toddler, Grover Robinson IV campaigned for his father, the late Grover III, in his Florida House race. He held [...]

Pensacola Fire Department Coup D’état

Pensacola Fire Department Coup D’état

By Rick Outzen On Feb. 2, Pensacola Fire Chief Matt Schmitt and Deputy Fire Chief Joe Glover, whose combined experience in the Pensacola Fire Department is more than 50 years, were placed on paid [...]

Pensacola’s West Side Transformation

Pensacola’s West Side Transformation

By Duwayne Escobedo The west side of Pensacola aged badly. It went from a beauty mark as a center of prosperity and main corridor in Pensacola in the mid-20th century to a big, cracked wart on [...]

Buzz 2/11/16

Buzz 2/11/16

Olson’s Tale After refusing to answer questions from the News Journal and Inweekly, Pensacola City Administrator Eric Olson went on a local morning show to discuss why Fire Chief Matt Schmitt and [...]

3-1-1 Service to the Rescue

3-1-1 Service to the Rescue

By Duwayne Escobedo Brian Spencer is one of the biggest proponents of Pensacola’s 3-1-1 service to report non-emergency problems, such as a darkened streetlight, car-jarring potholes or repairs [...]

The Buzz 2/11/16

The Buzz 2/11/16

Branch Branches Out The Escambia County Destination Marketing Organization (“DMO”) has hired Rusty Branch as its new executive director. He replaces Ron Ellington, who retired from the position [...]

Future of Downtown Parking

Future of Downtown Parking

By Rick Outzen The City of Pensacola is working on a parking solution for downtown. While some might question the need, several parking lots have or will be taken away in the near future as [...]

The Buzz 1/28/16

The Buzz 1/28/16

Power of Prayer The man who took down big tobacco and recently was named the Trial Lawyer of the Year by the National Trial Lawyers Association credited the prayers of friends and family for the [...]

Coal Ash Crisis

Coal Ash Crisis

By Shelby Smithey A harmful byproduct of coal-fired power plants, coal ash is polluting waterways and drinking water, and communities are pushing for cleanup across the country. To expose the [...]

What Trump Actually Said

What Trump Actually Said

By Rick Outzen Republican frontrunner Donald Trump made a campaign stop in Pensacola on Jan. 13. In a crowded Pensacola Bay Center, the billionaire spoke for nearly an hour. Much has been a made [...]

The Buzz 1/21/16

The Buzz 1/21/16

City Project Updates At the end of the five-hour Pensacola City Council meeting on Thursday, Jan. 14, City Administrator Eric Olson gave his update on city operations. The mayor’s recommendation [...]

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