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Historical Rebirth in Restoration

Historical Rebirth in Restoration

By Shelby Smithey A restoration project of the Ella L. Jordan Home in the Belmont-DeVilliers neighborhood is underway as the Mother Wit Institute fundraises to preserve the historically [...]

Mayor’s Miscue Leads To Resignation

Mayor’s Miscue Leads To Resignation

By Rick Outzen Mayor Hayward blew an interview, failed to correct his misstatements, and sat silently as his staff fought to defend him and the qualifications of their boss.  Stonewalled by the [...]

The Buzz 8/13/15

The Buzz 8/13/15

City Hall Dodges Ethics Question According to a planning board member who triggered ethical questions with his participation and vote on a matter his business partner brought before the board on [...]

The Buzz 8/6/15

The Buzz 8/6/15

A Question of Ethics When the Pensacola Planning Board considered a request to vacate the right of way along a section of the bygone Bay Boulevard in the East Pensacola Heights neighborhood, [...]

Land of the Free, Homelessness of the Brave

Land of the Free, Homelessness of the Brave

By Shelby Smithey What does homelessness look like? To 35-year-old U.S. Navy veteran Timothy Jones, it was a decade of couch surfing after some traumatic events that occurred after he joined the [...]

Last Stand in No Man’s Land

Last Stand in No Man’s Land

By Jeremy Morrison It’s a small slice of land. Big enough to throw a football or a Frisbee across, but just barely. The slice sits on the bay bluffs and offers a stunning panorama of Pensacola [...]

The Buzz 7/30/15

The Buzz 7/30/15

City Staff Takes Road Trip In his latest “Upwords” newsletter, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward said that his Constituent Services team, the group that manages the city’s automated citizen [...]

Why The Studers Walked Away

Why The Studers Walked Away

By Rick Outzen On Thursday night, Quint Studer was at the Maritime Park Stadium waiting for his Blue Wahoos to play the Biloxi Shuckers when he began receiving phone calls from [...]

Underdog Seeks Senate Seat

Underdog Seeks Senate Seat

By Rick Outzen Lieutenant Governor Carlos Lopez-Cantera announced on July 15 that he is seeking the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by presidential candidate Marco Rubio. The crowded field of [...]

Hurricanes and Climate Change

Hurricanes and Climate Change

By Shelby Smithey Residents of the Gulf Coast will probably say they know a few things about how hurricanes are formed. They know the basics: warm water temperature, low pressure and a certain [...]

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