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Outtakes—Waiting For Charlotte

Outtakes—Waiting For Charlotte

The Florida Legislature passed this spring The Compassionate Medical Cannabis Act of 2014, and Governor Rick Scott signed the bill into law in June. The law makes it possible for families to [...]

Outtakes—Ouch!

Outtakes—Ouch!

In my three decades of living in the Pensacola area rarely have I seen this community in such turmoil. In the past at least one of our four cornerstones—Escambia County, city of Pensacola, Greater [...]

Winners & Losers 9/25/15

Winners & Losers 9/25/15

Winners Breakfast of Champions More than 100 community supporters joined United Way of Escambia County for their 2014-2015 Annual Workplace Breakfast of Champions Kick-Off hosted by the Pensacola [...]

Outtakes—Years In The Making

Outtakes—Years In The Making

The City of Pensacola has signed a lease with VT Mobile Aerospace Engineering. The deal calls for an aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul facility to be built at the airport that will add 300 [...]

Winners & Losers 9/18/14

Winners & Losers 9/18/14

Winners Ashton Hayward If someone ever needed some good news, it was Pensacola’s mayor and he got it in bunches last week. On Tuesday, with unanimous approval of the City Council, the mayor [...]

Outtakes—A Class Act

Outtakes—A Class Act

On Sept. 5, Gulf Breeze Mayor Beverly Zimmern announced that she would not seek another term. After 13 years on the Gulf Breeze City Council, the last five as mayor, she felt it was time to enjoy her [...]

Winners & Losers 9/11/14

Winners & Losers 9/11/14

Winners CVS Health The pharmacy chain has announced that it will stop selling cigarettes and all tobacco products at its more than 7,600 stores nationwide by Oct. 1. Many of the local stores [...]

Winners & Losers 9/4/14

Winners & Losers 9/4/14

Winners Doug Underhill The biggest upset of the Aug. 25 primary was this political newcomer. Underhill beat two-term incumbent Gene Valentino to win the GOP nomination for the Escambia County [...]

Outtakes—Don’t Run Ahead

Outtakes—Don’t Run Ahead

Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward and his relationships with city contractors are under a federal investigation. We don’t exactly what a federal grand jury in Tallahassee is examining, only that five [...]

Winners & Losers 8/28/14

Winners & Losers 8/28/14

WINNERS Eileen Perrigo The University of West Florida instructor had 10 public relations students from her class recently honored with a Golden Image Award and a Grand All Golden Image Award from [...]

Outtakes—And The Circus Continues

Outtakes—And The Circus Continues

We have made it through another scorching hot summer. Though not as entertaining as prior ones, our city and county governments gave us plenty to report. At the county, life without George Touart [...]

Inweekly Primary Endorsements

Inweekly Primary Endorsements

By Rick Outzen Inweekly keeps a close eye on local government. Our role is to analyze the facts, connect the dots and report what we’ve learned. The agenda is simple—how can we make this [...]

Outtakes—The Big Stink

Outtakes—The Big Stink

The Escambia County Commission held public hearings nine years ago on ordinances that would regulate borrow pits, mining sites that take soil and sand off property to be used in major construction [...]

Winners & Losers 8/21/14

Winners & Losers 8/21/14

Winners H.K. Matthews The Pensacola civil rights pioneer was awarded the "Gandhi, King, Ikeda Community Builders Prize" for his lifetime of work to advance civil rights by Atlanta's Morehouse [...]

Winners & Losers 8/14/14

Winners & Losers 8/14/14

Winners Diane Krumel Dr. Maureen McKenna, president of the Democratic Women’s Club of Florida announced recently that Krumel, president of the local chapter, is a recipient of the Democratic [...]

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