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Midterm Meet & Greet: Dr. Jennifer Zimmerman

Midterm Meet & Greet: Dr. Jennifer Zimmerman

In anticipation of the August primary and November general election, Inweekly has created this series to introduce you to the candidates who will be on your ballots. We’ll mostly focus on local [...]

Escambia Evolves Sea Turtle Efforts

Escambia Evolves Sea Turtle Efforts

By Jeremy Morrison As the morning sun casts an orange-dawn glow across the sands of Perdido Key, shorebirds study Escambia County Environmental Programs Manager Tim Day as he rolls by in an ATV [...]

The Buzz 6/28/18

The Buzz 6/28/18

History Honored At its regular meeting on Thursday, June 21, the Escambia County Commission recognized the 1955 Pensacola Jaycees Baseball Team for their contribution to the civil rights [...]

Visioning for the Port

Visioning for the Port

By Sammi Sontag The City invited residents to participate in a conversation about its “Portside Vision and Reinvestment Strategy” in a press release issued on June 11. Pensacola’s 50-acre [...]

The Buzz 6/21/18

The Buzz 6/21/18

Questions About Our Water Linger A recent Inweekly article has resurfaced concerns over the area’s drinking water. Ann Hill, who is running for City Council, District 6, held a town hall meeting to [...]

Barker on the Hot Seat

Barker on the Hot Seat

By Rick Outzen On June 14, the Pensacola City Council voted overwhelmingly to keep the budget for the proposed Bayview Community Center at $8.25 million and, in effect, rejected Mayor Ashton [...]

Is the Gulf Power Sale Good or Bad?

Is the Gulf Power Sale Good or Bad?

By Joseph Baucum Understanding the intricacies of the retail energy sector and exactly how the control of electricity production affects consumers on a concrete level is, to put it mildly, [...]

Safeguarding the Gulf’s Coral

Safeguarding the Gulf’s Coral

By Jeremy Morrison A few years ago, Hillary Skowronski was diving the Andros Barrier Reef in the Bahamas. Running for 190 miles and dropping 6,000 feet into what’s known as the Tongue of the [...]

The Buzz 6/14/18

The Buzz 6/14/18

Fixing Cervantes On Wednesday, June 6, an infant and an adult were killed trying to cross West Cervantes Street near M Street when they were hit by a white Dodge Challenger. The child’s mother was [...]

An Odd Meeting at Fricker

An Odd Meeting at Fricker

By Sammi Sontag Pensacola City Councilwoman Jewel Cannada-Wynn held an atypical town hall meeting for her District 7 on May 31 at the Fricker Resource Center. The meeting wasn’t advertised on [...]

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