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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, [...]

The Buzz 8/25/11

The Buzz 8/25/11

WAHOO PRIDE FACTOR The team’s office is in transition. On one side of the front room is surplus Pensacola Pelicans gear for sale. On the other are grandiose plans— architectural renderings, a [...]

Selling The Vision

Selling The Vision

MAYOR HAYWARD UNVEILS BUDGET BY JEREMY MORRISON The punch and cookies made it comfortable enough to loosen your tie. A spread of fruit and macaroons kept it classy. Pensacola City Hall’s [...]

The Buzz 8/18/11

The Buzz 8/18/11

HATE CRIME Rev. LuTimothy May had the controversial pastor Dr. Jeremiah Wright speak in July to his congregation. Days after the unpublicized visit, May’s office at the University of West Florida [...]

Hiring Heroes

Hiring Heroes

LOCAL DOCTOR WANTS TO HELP VETERANS BY CHRISTINA EDWARDS Yellow ribbons. American flags. “Support Our Troops” bumper stickers. You’d be hard pressed to go a day without seeing these or [...]

IN Interview: Studer Talks

IN Interview: Studer Talks

BLUE WAHOOS OWNER TALKS ABOUT PLEDGE BY RICK OUTZEN Quint and Rishy Studer have been under fire over their pledge, or pledges if you believe the Community Maritime Park Associates attorney and [...]

Buzz 8/4/11

Buzz 8/4/11

HAYWARD BRINGS IN A MARINE Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward has hired Bill Reynolds, 45, as the city’s first Chief Administrative Officer. Reynolds is an Illinois native who is an attorney with a [...]

Pensacola Goes to White House

Pensacola Goes to White House

LOCAL LEADERS MEET WITH PRESIDENT OBAMA by MARY BARONE A toddler shot in a drug-fueled crossfire, failing schools, an oil spill that left a unique footprint on our shores–those working on the [...]

The Buzz 7/28/11

The Buzz 7/28/11

COUNCIL WANTS ITS OWN EXECUTIVE The new Pensacola charter abolished the city manager, who was hired and fired by the Pensacola City Council. Instead, the mayor was given the power and authority to [...]

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