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Blue Moon Update

Blue Moon Update

By Rick Outzen Last month, Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan held a press conference regarding a triple homicide in the Pine Forest area. An elderly woman and her two adult sons were killed [...]

Who Gets What At The Pump

Who Gets What At The Pump

By Jeremy Morrison The city of Pensacola has dodged a million-dollar punch to the gut. For now, anyway. Officials in Escambia County recently extended for 10 years the Local Option Gas Tax, [...]

The Buzz 9/10/15

The Buzz 9/10/15

Make Or Break Gamble Springfest is asking Pensacola music fans to step up, take a leap of faith, and buy tickets to the revival of the once popular music event. The acts haven’t been booked, and [...]

Transforming Washington, D.C.

Transforming Washington, D.C.

By Rick Outzen The hottest U.S. Senate race next year is in Florida. Who will replace Marco Rubio? Both the Democratic and Republican primaries are hotly contested. No one is seen as a clear [...]

Jeb Fires Up His Core

Jeb Fires Up His Core

By Jeremy Morrison The buzz of excitement surrounding Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush’s visit to Pensacola lived just underneath the surface. It was a subdued excitement, a dignified [...]

The Buzz 9/3/15

The Buzz 9/3/15

Help For Olson The city of Pensacola has advertised for two assistant city administrators—one for policy and support, the other for operations. Both are to work under the city administrator, Eric [...]

Talking Trade With Cuba

Talking Trade With Cuba

By Rick Outzen The barriers between Cuba and the United States are slowly crumbling. Albert Fox is doing his best to remove them. Fox, president of the Alliance for Responsible Cuba Policy [...]

The Buzz 8/27/15

The Buzz 8/27/15

‘Sorry’ Is The Hardest Word The Aug. 23 Pensacola City Council meeting was a long night for Melanie Nichols, president of the North Hill Preservation Association. “It was pretty much what I [...]

Trump Stump

Trump Stump

By Jeremy Morrison Donald Trump had to relocate his Mobile, Ala., presidential campaign stop twice--first, from a ballroom, then from the civic center. By the time the Republican candidate settled [...]

We Can Build It

We Can Build It

By Shelby Smithey Right now, it’s just a concrete slab. But in a couple of months, 2914 N. Roosevelt St. will be transformed into a brand new home for Donna Snowden and her two daughters with [...]

Olson’s No-Confidence Conversation, Part One

Olson’s No-Confidence Conversation, Part One

By Jeremy Morrison Last week, Pensacola City Councilman Charles Bare made it known he intended to seek a vote of no confidence following the revelation that City Administrator Eric Olson contacted [...]

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