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The Buzz 10/31/13

The Buzz 10/31/13

Be Optimistic, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward wants us to be optimistic. “Now is the time to use the positive momentum of our successes to push forward—reach upward” are the words he used on [...]

A Party To Call His Own

A Party To Call His Own

Crist talks about his political journey Charlie Crist still hasn’t filed to run for Florida governor. The former Republican has registered as a Democrat, written a book about leaving the GOP and [...]

Getting Answers From The Mayor

Getting Answers From The Mayor

By Rick Outzen The email invitation was a surprise: “Join us for Mornings with the Mayor. This one-hour meeting welcomes all press and media partners to sit down, bring forward your pressing [...]

The Buzz 10/3/13

The Buzz 10/3/13

Was the Fix In? A report by the city’s airport consultant shows that he had a preference for the national brands a month before the selection committee reviewed the proposals for a 10-year [...]

When Love is Not Enough

When Love is Not Enough

Wrestling with Crime in Escambia County By Rick Outzen Sheriff David Morgan’s press conference began with a heartfelt plea for help and the hope that the recent shooting of a Pensacola High [...]

Failure to Serve

Failure to Serve

Transportation for Disadvantaged in Disarray By Rick Outzen Janet Clayburg struggled to make it to the podium on Sept. 16 to speak before the Escambia County Commission. She isn’t a well [...]

The Buzz 9/26/13

The Buzz 9/26/13

Protest Precipitates Approximately 30 people braved the rain at Plaza de Luna on Saturday, Sept. 21 to participate in 350.org’s “Draw the Line on Keystone XL” event. Saturday was a National [...]

Providing a Voice to the Voiceless

Providing a Voice to the Voiceless

Florida Speaks Tour kicks off in Pensacola By Rick Outzen The birth of a grassroots movement is often difficult to pinpoint. On a hot Saturday morning, Democrats from across the Florida Panhandle [...]

Into The Sunshine

Into The Sunshine

Battle for The Control of Tourism Taxes by Rick Outzen The control over Escambia County’s tourism marketing and its $5.5 million is being moved out of the Greater Pensacola Chamber. The Board [...]

The Buzz 9/19/13

The Buzz 9/19/13

Reynolds Wins In Court Escambia County Judge Thomas Johnson cleared former Pensacola City Administrator Bill Reynolds of a non-criminal public records violation for allegedly not releasing in June [...]

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