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Conference Brings Together Feminists and an Astronaut

Conference Brings Together Feminists and an Astronaut

By C. S. Satterwhite After orbiting the planet several times, logging over 1200 hours of space flight, U.S. Navy Captain Wendy Lawrence returned safely to Earth knowing full well several of her [...]

Keeping Escambia County Schools Safe

Keeping Escambia County Schools Safe

By Duwayne Escobedo If you want any information about what is happening in your children's schools, you'll have to ask them or another informed parent. Don't expect the Escambia County School [...]

Raffertys Offer Hope

Raffertys Offer Hope

By Rick Outzen Earlier this month, Troy Rafferty, a trial lawyer with the Levin Papantonio law firm, announced that he and his wife Ashley were creating a college scholarship fund. The fund was to [...]

The Buzz 3/16/17

The Buzz 3/16/17

Sanitation Rates Could Rise Jerry Moore, the head of the City of Pensacola's Sanitation Services, wants to raise sanitation rates. Last week, Moore told the Pensacola City Council that a recent [...]

Local Asks

Local Asks

By Duwayne Escobedo Northwest Florida voters no longer have experienced lawmakers watching out for them in Tallahassee. Instead, the Northwest Florida delegation includes three Florida House [...]

Gaetz Offers Political Insights

Gaetz Offers Political Insights

By Duwayne Escobedo Don Gaetz promised himself he would take three months off after his 22-year political career, which included serving as the President of the Florida Senate, ended because of [...]

The Buzz 3/9/17

The Buzz 3/9/17

Morgan No Mas Last week, a persistent rumor surfaced that Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan intended to run for Pensacola mayor in 2018. Inweekly ran down the gossip and found out a few city [...]

Solutions to Beach Traffic Problems?

Solutions to Beach Traffic Problems?

By Duwayne Escobedo You know the drill. It's a sunny, clear day. You think, "Let's go to Pensacola Beach!" The problem: thousands of your neighbors have the same idea. While the traffic won't [...]

2018 Mayor’s Race Could be Tight

2018 Mayor’s Race Could be Tight

By Rick Outzen Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward may run into some difficulty if he chooses to run for a third term, according to a recent poll commissioned by Inweekly. Among likely voters [...]

The Buzz 3/2/17

The Buzz 3/2/17

Save Carpenters Creek Town Hall George Sanders recalled as a 5-year-old boy learning to swim on Carpenters Creek. The 80-year-old said there were four crystal clear swimming holes to choose [...]

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