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It’s Not Easy Being Green

It’s Not Easy Being Green

Escambia Seeks Environmental Voice By Jeremy Morrison It may be the most important seat in town. Or, possibly, the most irrelevant. Or, worse, a sham. When RESTORE dollars dump upon Escambia [...]

Buzz 12/27/12

Buzz 12/27/12

Some High Schools Improve, not in Escambia All the high schools in the Escambia Public School District maintained their school grades for the 2011-12 school year, except for Northview High that [...]

Making Maritime Work

Making Maritime Work

There’s a Ballpark, Now What? By Jeremy Morrison From one side of Pensacola City Hall there is a sparkling bay view of the Community Maritime Park across the street. Randy Oliver is tucked away [...]

Conversation with a Mad Man

Conversation with a Mad Man

Commissioner Wilson Robertson Speaks His Mind by Jeremy Morrison The line was dead. Right at the perfect crescendo of a raging-bull rant, the phone had gone silent. The connection was [...]

The Buzz 12/20/12

The Buzz 12/20/12

Sunshine Daydream The state has determined that there is insufficient evidence supporting Pensacola City Councilwoman’s Sherri Myers’ accusations of Sunshine Law violation against Mayor Ashton [...]

Picture of Health

Picture of Health

Escambia, Santa Rosa Continue Negative Trend By Jeremy Morrison We die more often of strokes, pneumonia and diabetes. We have a higher rate of underweight newborns and obese mothers. A lot of us [...]

The Buzz 12/13/12

The Buzz 12/13/12

Downtown Roadmap Weighing in on a recent report from an advisory committee, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward recently said the growth of the downtown area is important for the city’s overall [...]

Don’t Call It A “Hate Crime”

Don’t Call It A “Hate Crime”

Thanksgiving Day Beating Highlights Problem with Alabama Law By Jeremy Morrison During a Thanksgiving visit with her girlfriend’s family in Mobile, Ala., Mallory Owens was severely beaten by [...]

Institutional Problem

Institutional Problem

Florida Sending Disabled Children to Nursing Facilities By Jeremy Morrison The U.S. Department of Justice has put Florida on notice for institutionalizing hundreds of developmentally disabled [...]

The Buzz 11/29/12

The Buzz 11/29/12

Tallahassee Totem Pole Florida state Rep. Clay Ingram (R-Pensacola) was recently tapped by Speaker of the House Will Weatherford (R-Wesley Chapel) to chair the Government Operations Appropriations [...]

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