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Calming the Chamber Storm

Calming the Chamber Storm

Maygarden steps in to restore public trust By Paul F. South As a young sailor in Vietnam, Jerry Maygarden survived the muddied, bloodied waters of the Mekong Delta. Later, as mayor of Pensacola [...]

The Buzz 8/15/13

The Buzz 8/15/13

Let’s Talk On the evening of Saturday, Aug. 10, the leadership of the Baptist Ministers Union held a press conference at Greater True Vine Baptist Church to show their support for the family of [...]

The Buzz 8/8/13

The Buzz 8/8/13

Barbershop Talk:  Middleton Shooting Saturday morning sounds filled Farrow’s Barbershop. The hum of razors and conversation. Conversation about “trigger-happy police,” about how “Morgan is [...]

Gulf Breeze 2.0

Gulf Breeze 2.0

City Sets Vision for the Future By Brandy Volovecky The cities of Pensacola and Gulf Breeze are getting a new, wider Pensacola Bay Bridge. The Gulf Breeze City Council has used that game-changing [...]

The Ripple Effect

The Ripple Effect

Lobbying for Florida’s Special Needs Students By Paul F. South Pat Young believes that like a pebble in a pond, certain incidents in life—even the tragedies—can have far-reaching effects [...]

Buzz 8.01.13

Buzz 8.01.13

By IN Staff Troubled Counsel at UWF The Florida Bar has opened an investigation into Lee Gore, who runs the University of West Florida Office of the General Counsel, after receiving a complaint [...]

Buzz 7.25.13

Buzz 7.25.13

Time to End It The discussion took over an hour and a half, but the Escambia County Commission passed a motion at its Committee of Whole meeting on July 18 that made it clear that Interim County [...]

The Buzz 7/18/13

The Buzz 7/18/13

Budget Merry-Go-Round The relationship between the Escambia County Board of Commissioners and the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office has been a major point of concern in recent meetings, and the [...]

Pensacola’s Public Records Remedy

Pensacola’s Public Records Remedy

City and County Struggle With Open Government By Jeremy Morrison Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward has often stressed transparency. He stressed it again after the State Attorney charged the [...]

4-H and the Future

4-H and the Future

Local Club Awaits Decision from Gainesville by Jeremy Morrison The Escambia County 4-H organization is no stranger to big decisions. A monster was wrestled last year, and another now looms in the [...]

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