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The Buzz 10/18/12

The Buzz 10/18/12

Old is New The civic center is nearing 30-years-old. The facility’s new name—Pensacola Bay Center—is brand new. In a presentation to the Escambia County Commission, the center’s management [...]

Wham, Bam, Escambia

Wham, Bam, Escambia

Convergence of Issues Trigger County Freakout By Jeremy Morrison The Escambia County political realm appears to be limping toward a desperate implosion. Maybe it’s the pressure of promised [...]

The Buzz 10/11/12

The Buzz 10/11/12

McCain’s Romney Rally As the November election nears, Pensacola is seeing its share of Mitt Romney stumpers. Following a visit from Mike Huckabee a few days prior, Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona) made [...]

Slow Burn

Slow Burn

County Grapples with Gaps in Fire Service By Jeremy Morrison Firefighters provide perhaps the purest service government has to offer. If your house is on fire they will come and try to put it [...]

Season Finale

Season Finale

Climactic Week in Pensacola Political Dramas By Jeremy Morrison The week began quietly. Mayor Ashton Hayward and Pensacola City Councilwoman Sherri Myers shared some casual Monday morning [...]

The Buzz 9/27/12

The Buzz 9/27/12

AG Snubs City’s Audit Process The selection process for an accounting firm to audit the city of Pensacola’s financial statements was filled with controversy—council challenges, tie votes, [...]

No Hassle College Classes

No Hassle College Classes

Online Courses Grow in Popularity By Shelby Smithey No crowded parking lots. No rushing to class. No noisy classrooms. It’s just you and your computer. For some, the idea of online learning [...]

The Buzz 9/20/12

The Buzz 9/20/12

Preparing for RESTORE The Escambia County Commission has started down the long road. It is a road potentially paved with many millions in treasure. When the federal government arrives at a dollar [...]

The Buzz 9/13/12

The Buzz 9/13/12

Fight Fire with Firefighters Local firefighters have told officials that they are having trouble offering adequate protection. “The system is so stressed and it is hanging by a [...]

Spilling Onto the Sidewalks

Spilling Onto the Sidewalks

Regulating Downtown Growth By Jeremy Morrison As Pensacola’s downtown grows, the party on South Palafox is starting to seem like a real good time. Sidewalks have sprung to life, with drinks [...]

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