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Leading the Way for Pensacola

Leading the Way for Pensacola

‘John Maxwell Live’ Inspires Hope By Jennie McKeon It’s a day for leadership, something that any city could use more of. Monday, Jan. 23, best-selling author John Maxwell and special [...]

The Buzz 1/19/12

The Buzz 1/19/12

DIRTY SMURFS Escambia County officials have no interest in seeing a recycling center on a collection of remediated Superfund sites. They also don’t want to see any little blue men on the [...]

Dancing on a Pipeline

Dancing on a Pipeline

Who Will Provide Natural Gas to Pensacola Beach? By Jeremy Morrison Pensacola City Attorney Jim Messer rattled off rapid-fire Spanish, before clarifying the translation: Danza de la Muerte, or [...]

The Buzz 1/12/12

The Buzz 1/12/12

SICK FROM SPILL? Researchers from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) will be in Pensacola on Jan. 18 to speak with the community about the Gulf Long -Term Follow-up Study [...]

Bullet in the Belly

Bullet in the Belly

Pensacola Police Shoot, Detain Man in Hospital by Jeremy Morrison The room squints at the Cervantes Street sunlight sneaking in the doorway on a Friday afternoon. Up at the bar and lining the [...]

The Buzz 1/05/12

The Buzz 1/05/12

HOW MANY HOMELESS? The local homeless population seems to be growing. Florida has some of the highest numbers of homeless veterans. But how many men, women and children are homeless in the [...]

The Buzz 12/29/11

The Buzz 12/29/11

BP’D OFF While BP, along with federal and state governments, appear ready to move into the restoration phase of post-spill efforts, there are others who are hung up on claims. Like David [...]

‘What Happened Over at Camelot?’

‘What Happened Over at Camelot?’

By Jeremy Morrison The Escambia County School Board was in a workshop when the story made the evening news. Vice Chairman Jeff Bergosh was still in sweet oblivion the next morning. “I guess I [...]

Santa’s Appetite?

Santa’s Appetite?

Local Nonprofit Plays Santa by Jeremy Morrison The 2-year-old wants a toy tea set. The 10-year-old wants a wallet. Another kid’s hoping for a pogo stick. Pretty average Christmas gifts. But [...]

The Buzz 12/22/11

The Buzz 12/22/11

FREE SPEECH STANDOFF Holding his ground at the public lectern, Father Nathan Monk chanced an arrest during the December 15 Pensacola City Council meeting. Two members of the council walked out of the [...]

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