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Cat Lady Confidential

Cat Lady Confidential

Modern Day Cat Lovers Embrace Their ‘Crazy’ By Hana Frenette Until I start bathing myself in my own spit and hissing at the neighbors, I will proudly declare my sanity, as well as my overt [...]

Cuter Than Your Average Pet

Cuter Than Your Average Pet

Reader Submitted Pet Pics We asked you to send us photos of your precious pets and you more than delivered. Initially we were going to pick some winners— like Cutest, Best Dressed, Best [...]

Vet Talk: Laura Tonetti Hall, DVM, PA

Vet Talk: Laura Tonetti Hall, DVM, PA

Dr. Laura Tonetti Hall is one of the three veterinarians at East Hill Animal Hospital. The clinic treats cats, dogs, small animals, birds and reptiles. East Hill Animal Hospital is a state-of-the-art [...]

The Local Treat Treatment

The Local Treat Treatment

A Sample of The Best Dog Treats in Town Anybody who reads the IN knows we're advocates of staying local whenever possible. So, of course, we had to figure out how to shop local when it comes to [...]

Dysfunction Junction

Dysfunction Junction

What’s Your Malfunction, City Hall? By Jeremy Morrison There’s a rift at Pensacola City Hall. It’s a contentious chasm that has suffered from both nurture and neglect. “Clearly, there [...]

Full Escambia County Candidate Questionnaires

Full Escambia County Candidate Questionnaires

Incumbent  (I), No Response (NR) Public Defender 1st Judicial Circuit Republican Candidate: Bruce A. Miller Occupation: Attorney, private practice Website: votebrucemiller.com Why are [...]

Santa Rosa County Candidate Questionnaires

Santa Rosa County Candidate Questionnaires

Incumbent  (I), No Response (NR) Clerk of Court Republican Candidate: Mary M Johnson (I) Occupation: Clerk of Circuit Court, Santa Rosa County Website: marymjohnson2012.com Why are you [...]

Pay & Duties

Pay & Duties

U.S. Senator Salary: $174,000 Duties: Senator represents the state of Florida and has the authority to draft and vote on laws deemed necessary and proper granted they do not violate the U.S. [...]

Primary Primer

Primary Primer

by Jeremy Morrison They lurk in the medians and gather near intersections. They line the roadsides. As the Aug. 14 primary draws near, they nip ever more desperately at the fenders of passing [...]

Come Sale Away

Come Sale Away

The World’s Longest Yard Sale Celebrates 25 Years By Hana Frenette The 127 Corridor Sale is the Olympics of yard saling. People train for years, without realizing it, by waking up early every [...]

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