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The Buzz 12/14/17

The Buzz 12/14/17

Perceptions of Pensacola Even though Pensacola is among one of the most pristine beaches along the Emerald Coast, neighbors Gulf Shores and Destin are still perceived as more ideal vacation [...]

Trump Rallies His Troops

Trump Rallies His Troops

By Jeremy Morrison It took a good, long while for President Donald Trump to work his way around to the painfully obvious premise of his Dec. 8 rally in Pensacola. If you weren't listening for it, [...]

Locals Question $8 Million Center

Locals Question $8 Million Center

By Duwayne Escobedo The Bayview Community Center will be built. End of discussion. Or is it? Blair Stephenson still has more to say. The Bayou Texar Foundation President and an East Hill [...]

Mayor Cleared, Attorneys Paid

Mayor Cleared, Attorneys Paid

By Rick Outzen Through a public request of Beggs & Lane law firm's billings to the City of Pensacola, Inweekly learned that the three-year federal bribery investigation of Mayor Ashton Hayward [...]

Port Puzzle

Port Puzzle

By Jeremy Morrison Pensacola's port looks about the same today as it did a few years ago when Mayor Ashton Hayward convened an advisory committee to study the facility. That is to say, it remains [...]

The Buzz 12/7/17

The Buzz 12/7/17

AG Opines on Legal Fees Opinions Division of the Florida Attorney General’s office has rendered an opinion on whether the Escambia Board of County Commissioners should pay for the legal defense of [...]

Gaetz Unchained

Gaetz Unchained

By Brooke Weber Local community members had the opportunity to have Congressman Matt Gaetz “unchained” on Nov. 20 at a town hall meeting that was broadcast live on News Talk 1370 WCOA's [...]

The Buzz 11/30/17

The Buzz 11/30/17

Gaetz: Climate Change Believer On Monday, Nov. 20, Congressman Matt Gaetz (R-Fort Walton Beach) said he believes the science behind climate change and that those who deny the facts will be seen as [...]

Poll: City’s Numbers Drop

Poll: City’s Numbers Drop

By Rick Outzen According to a poll commissioned by Inweekly, the percentage of city voters who believe the City of Pensacola is headed in the right direction has dropped 28 percent since last [...]

Dialogue on Public Monuments

Dialogue on Public Monuments

By Rick Outzen In August in the wake of the protest in Charlottesville, VA, that left one person dead, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward and Councilman Larry Johnson publicly stated they wanted to [...]

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