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SPLC Eyes Escambia

SPLC Eyes Escambia

Discrimination in Discipline? By Jeremy Morrison The three-ring binder was brimming with papers: report cards, letters to and from school administrators, complaints filed with the U.S. [...]

The Buzz 8/9/12

The Buzz 8/9/12

TRAYVON MARTIN’S ATTORNEY The attorney representing the Trayvon Martin family recently spoke at a day-long crime prevention seminar entitled “Bridging the Gap.” The Escambia County Sheriff’s [...]

Tossing Tomatoes at the Drawing Board

Tossing Tomatoes at the Drawing Board

E. Government Reconnect Hits Roadblock By Jeremy Morrison Halfway through the meeting, Pensacola City Councilman Brian Spencer stepped away from the microphone. Friendly hecklers were growing [...]

Starving For Perfection

Starving For Perfection

"Thinspiration" Blogging Wreaks Havoc by Stephanie Sharp It began as a curiosity, but soon became an obsession. The blogs on Tumblr, a blogging platform that allows users to post text, images, [...]

The Buzz 7/26/12

The Buzz 7/26/12

MORE HEAT ON THE STREETS The Pensacola Police plan to saturate city neighborhoods with uniformed officers in an attempt to halt a recent spate of gun violence. The effort, explained Chief Chip [...]

Negotiation Blues

Negotiation Blues

Studer and the City Struggle for Big Win By Jeremy Morrison Quint Studer is hoping to construct a $12 million dollar office complex on a parcel of land located at the Community Maritime Park. And [...]

The Buzz 7/19/12

The Buzz 7/19/12

Dixon Proves Critics Wrong A.A. Dixon Charter School of Excellence wasn’t able to earn higher than a “F,” but the little inner-city school raised its scores more than any other school in [...]

Unforgotten

Unforgotten

Victims of Unsolved Crimes Priority for Cold Case Unit By Stephanie Sharp Melissa Eck disappeared from Patricia Drive in Pensacola over 20 years ago. The girl, age 15, was last seen in 1992 by [...]

The Buzz 7/5/12

The Buzz 7/5/12

Bill of Health With Americans on the edge of their seats, the U.S. Supreme Court finally broke the suspense in late June and upheld—kind of, sort of—President Barack Obama’s health care reform [...]

A Charter’s Course

A Charter’s Course

A.A. Dixon’s Next Move By Jeremy Morrison The offer was bittersweet. While potentially sparing A.A. Dixon Charter School of Excellence from closure, the proposed amendment to the [...]

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