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Special Section—Escambia County Voter Survey

Special Section—Escambia County Voter Survey

Escambia County Voter Survey—Quality of Life 2011 Open publication - Free publishing - More news

The Buzz 9/22/11

The Buzz 9/22/11

Ed Schroeder resigned on Sept. 15 as the Pensacola Chamber’s head of tourism. He resigned after Chamber emails were leaked to the media that appeared to show a move by Schroeder, Tourist [...]

Honoring Local Success

Honoring Local Success

Businesses Score Big on Inc. Magazine’s 500/5000 by Jeremy Morrison Stepping in from the patio and a blazingly beautiful, red sunset, one is immediately hit by the smell of success. And a free [...]

Closing the Book on Costner

Closing the Book on Costner

BP paid actor $52 million for useless invention By Tony D’Souza When Kevin Costner and his centrifuge machines stepped onto the stage during last year’s Deepwater Horizon disaster, oil had [...]

The Buzz 9/15/11

The Buzz 9/15/11

SINK FORMS THINK-TANK Former Florida CFO Alex Sink has established a new organization focused on the future of Florida, Florida Next Foundation. In an email, Sink, the Democratic candidate for [...]

The Buzz 9/8/11

The Buzz 9/8/11

WHO GETS BP MONEY? Elected officials from eight of Florida’s Panhandle counties met Aug. 31 with U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson on the proposed Senate bill Restore Act 2011, which provides a distribution of [...]

The Adderall Apple

The Adderall Apple

ADHD PILL MAKES IT INTO THE WRONG HANDS By Jeremy Morrison It’s an old question: would you eat the apple to know the answer? We’ve traveled far beyond the gates of Eden, clothed our [...]

P.C. Wu

P.C. Wu

NEW FLORIDA LEAGUE OF CITIES V.P. SHARES INSIGHTS By Rick Outzen Pensacola City Councilman P.C. Wu is a gentleman, a statesman, a scholar and a public servant. There are few people you will meet [...]

The Buzz 9/1/11

The Buzz 9/1/11

Lumon May pre-filed on Aug. 29 for Escambia County Commission District 3. The seat is currently held by Marie Young, who was appointed to the position by Republican Gov. Jeb Bush in 2002. Since [...]

A City Built By Volunteers

A City Built By Volunteers

GULF BREEZE CELEBRATES 50 YEARS By Rick Outzen The City of Gulf Breeze was formed in 1961 because its citizens wanted to control their own destiny, according to historian Ann Brodie. On Saturday, [...]

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