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Buzz 12/27/12

Buzz 12/27/12

Some High Schools Improve, not in Escambia All the high schools in the Escambia Public School District maintained their school grades for the 2011-12 school year, except for Northview High that [...]

Making Maritime Work

Making Maritime Work

There’s a Ballpark, Now What? By Jeremy Morrison From one side of Pensacola City Hall there is a sparkling bay view of the Community Maritime Park across the street. Randy Oliver is tucked away [...]

Conversation with a Mad Man

Conversation with a Mad Man

Commissioner Wilson Robertson Speaks His Mind by Jeremy Morrison The line was dead. Right at the perfect crescendo of a raging-bull rant, the phone had gone silent. The connection was [...]

The Buzz 12/20/12

The Buzz 12/20/12

Sunshine Daydream The state has determined that there is insufficient evidence supporting Pensacola City Councilwoman’s Sherri Myers’ accusations of Sunshine Law violation against Mayor Ashton [...]

Picture of Health

Picture of Health

Escambia, Santa Rosa Continue Negative Trend By Jeremy Morrison We die more often of strokes, pneumonia and diabetes. We have a higher rate of underweight newborns and obese mothers. A lot of us [...]

The Buzz 12/13/12

The Buzz 12/13/12

Downtown Roadmap Weighing in on a recent report from an advisory committee, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward recently said the growth of the downtown area is important for the city’s overall [...]

Don’t Call It A “Hate Crime”

Don’t Call It A “Hate Crime”

Thanksgiving Day Beating Highlights Problem with Alabama Law By Jeremy Morrison During a Thanksgiving visit with her girlfriend’s family in Mobile, Ala., Mallory Owens was severely beaten by [...]

Institutional Problem

Institutional Problem

Florida Sending Disabled Children to Nursing Facilities By Jeremy Morrison The U.S. Department of Justice has put Florida on notice for institutionalizing hundreds of developmentally disabled [...]

The Buzz 11/29/12

The Buzz 11/29/12

Tallahassee Totem Pole Florida state Rep. Clay Ingram (R-Pensacola) was recently tapped by Speaker of the House Will Weatherford (R-Wesley Chapel) to chair the Government Operations Appropriations [...]

The Buzz 11/23/12

The Buzz 11/23/12

Passing the Gas (Tax) After a four hour public hearing, the Escambia County Commission voted to issue a four cent fuel tax in order to provide a dedicated funding source for the area’s mass transit [...]

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