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The Buzz 7/10/14

The Buzz 7/10/14

May Center Dedicated The family of the late Rev. Theophalis May was on hand July 2 for the long-awaited dedication of the Theophalis May Neighborhood Resource Center, a 15,000-square-foot community [...]

“Little Brother” Meets Big Brother

“Little Brother” Meets Big Brother

by Scott Satterwhite On June 6, the author of a young adult novel wrote a blog post that sent shock waves throughout Pensacola’s literary and educational communities. “My publisher, Tor Books, [...]

The Buzz—7/3/14

The Buzz—7/3/14

Democrats Needed On June 26, the Escambia County Commission agreed to delay its referendum to extend the Local Option Sales Tax (LOST) until the November general election. The referendum was [...]

The Buzz 6/26/14

The Buzz 6/26/14

National HIV Testing Day National HIV Testing Day is Friday, June 27. As an annual campaign, National HIV Testing Day’s purpose is to encourage people of all ages to "Take the Test, Take Control." [...]

Come on Charlie

Come on Charlie

Nan Rich calls out Crist By Rick Outzen Nan Rich wants to be Florida’s next governor. To win, the former Florida Senate Minority Leader is fond of saying that she has to beat two [...]

Governor Wants To Keep Area Working

Governor Wants To Keep Area Working

Inside Rick Scott’s College Affordability Tour “Let’s Keep Working” was the chant when Governor Rick Scott held a campaign stop on June 12 at the American Legion Post 240 on Gulf Beach [...]

The Buzz 6/12/14

The Buzz 6/12/14

New Downtown Parking Rules The Downtown Improvement Board recently passed new restrictions on downtown parking. The Independent News asked DIB executive director Ron Butlin for a concise list, which [...]

The Buzz 6/5/14

The Buzz 6/5/14

Deadbeat Cuba The Independent News shared a cup of coffee with Cuban human rights activist Rene Gomez Manzano and several of his fellow dissidents. Manzano, who is also an attorney, was in Pensacola [...]

Outtakes—Sea Change At The VA

Outtakes—Sea Change At The VA

Government bureaucracies are nearly indestructible and immovable. Elected officials are mere gnats that can be swatted away. These dinosaurs don’t care who occupies the corner suite on the top [...]

Driving Development

Driving Development

Emerald Coast Transportation Symposium connects the dots between cars and community By Jennifer Leigh Whether you’re stuck in 5 p.m. traffic on Davis Highway or leisurely strolling through [...]

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