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Humpback Revision

Humpback Revision

Last Call at the Bridge Bar? By Jeremy Morrison The Three-Mile Bridge has spanned the watery expanse of Pensacola Bay for decades. Rising from the depths with an arched back, it is part of the [...]

The Price of Rights

The Price of Rights

City Seeks Legal Fees from Occupy By Jeremy Morrison Michael Kimberl was making an effort to come out of his shell, to connect to a wider community. Besides, he was already on the front lines, [...]

The Buzz 2/7/13

The Buzz 2/7/13

By Jeremy Morrison Jewel of Pensacola It was obvious what the theme of the meeting was: neighborhoods. “What do you like best about your neighborhood?” asked Pensacola City [...]

The Grinch Finds His Heart

The Grinch Finds His Heart

Scott reveals ‘Florida Families First’ Budget By Rick Outzen Gov. Rick Scott unveiled on Jan. 31 his budget proposal for fiscal year 2013-2014, which he titled the “Florida Families First [...]

The Long-shot Dream

The Long-shot Dream

Aircraft Carrier as Museum, Economic Engine? By Jeremy Morrison There’s not much at Community Maritime Park presently except for the baseball stadium. Lots of open space and opportunity and [...]

The Buzz 1/31/13

The Buzz 1/31/13

Another Run at Blackwater Here we go again. Last year’s idea spit-shined for 2013. State Rep. Doug Broxson (R-Gulf Breeze) has drafted a proposed bill which would open up Blackwater River [...]

Buzz: Plenty Fish?

Buzz: Plenty Fish?

By Jeremy Morrison With state and federal officials currently hashing out this season’s red snapper regulations, the Escambia County Commission weighed in this month and passed a resolution in [...]

Not So Candid Cameras

Not So Candid Cameras

Running Red Lights Gets Expensive By Jennie McKeon Running a red light isn’t always a victimless crime. Car crashes occur. Sometimes people die. The death of a South Florida husband [...]

The Buzz 1/17/13

The Buzz 1/17/13

Happiness is Warm Gun A day before U.S. President Barack Obama is sworn into his second term and commences with inauguration day festivities, there will be a celebration of a strikingly different [...]

Putting the Affordable Care Act to Work

Putting the Affordable Care Act to Work

Small businesses weigh-in on health insurance By Jennie McKeon Some may have been waiting to see the outcome of the 2012 Presidential Election before they started to worry about healthcare [...]

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