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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 [...]

The Buzz 11/23/12

The Buzz 11/23/12

Passing the Gas (Tax) After a four hour public hearing, the Escambia County Commission voted to issue a four cent fuel tax in order to provide a dedicated funding source for the area’s mass transit [...]

Into the Light

Into the Light

Escambia Journeys Toward Sea Turtle Ordinance By Jeremy Morrison When sea turtles hatch out of their eggs, they begin a perilous journey. In Escambia County, that journey is a bit more [...]

Buddha and the Godfather

Buddha and the Godfather

Valentino’s Vision for Escambia County By Jeremy Morrison Gene Valentino brews a decent espresso. He serves it up classy, in a cup on a saucer, for guests to sip as they listen to his grand [...]

The Buzz 11/15/12

The Buzz 11/15/12

Taxes Keep Coming More taxes could be on the horizon for Escambia County citizens. City of Pensacola and Escambia County officials faced with the challenge of how to fund the West Florida Public [...]

Dog’s Day at the Beach?

Dog’s Day at the Beach?

SRIA Considers the Dog-Question at Nov. 14 Public Hearing By Jeremy Morrison An out of town visitor recently approached Santa Rosa Island Authority Executive Director Buck Lee at a gas station to [...]

Homeless But Not Hopeless

Homeless But Not Hopeless

Honoring National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week By Jennie McKeon Antonio Smith came to Pensacola for work after the oil spill. He found steady construction work and was renting a home [...]

The Man vs. The Man

The Man vs. The Man

Police Union Requests Investigation of Hayward By Jeremy Morrison At the request of the local police union, the Pensacola City Council will consider this month if it should conduct an [...]

The Buzz 11/1/12

The Buzz 11/1/12

Pensacola’s Campaign Trail Pensacola has gotten its share of stump speeches as the November election nears. They range from small, folksy gatherings to mega-blowout super parties. On Oct. 22 [...]

(Don’t Call Them) Underdogs

(Don’t Call Them) Underdogs

Racing Against the Odds By Jeremy Morrison In some political races, the elections are forgone conclusions. No one’s putting any money on Mindy Pare over David Morgan. Other races make for [...]

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