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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 [...]

The Buzz 5/29/14

The Buzz 5/29/14

Money Will Not Cure VA Woes Over the Memorial Day weekend, the Obama administration said it would permit more veterans to get health care outside Veterans Affairs facilities, following recent [...]

The Buzz 5/22/14

The Buzz 5/22/14

Reynolds Seeks Pay When he was interviewed by the Escambia Board of County Commissioners to become the county’s next administrator, former City Administrator Bill Reynolds told the board at a [...]

The Buzz 5/15/14

The Buzz 5/15/14

Medical Care for Inmates At the May 8 Escambia County Commission meeting, Director of Corrections Gordon Pike told the board that the county has hired six additional mental health counselors and one [...]

Winners & Losers 5/15/14

Winners & Losers 5/15/14

Winners Rick Scott The governor of Florida has been here twice since the flooding. He and his staff have responded quickly to community needs and have promised more help.  We like his message, [...]

The Buzz 5/8/14

The Buzz 5/8/14

UWF Budget Cut The University of West Florida did not fare well in the 2014 Florida Legislative Session. The new performance measurements approved by the lawmakers will cost the university $3.82 [...]

Inside The Chaos

Inside The Chaos

Inmates Tell What Happened 
During the Jail Explosion by Rick Outzen Eric Stevenson has been busy since the early hours of Wednesday, April 30. The criminal defense attorney has been trying to [...]

“Miss Representation”

“Miss Representation”

Local organizations hosting a special movie screening and benefit By Jennifer Leigh Facebook CFO Sheryl Sandberg has taught women to “Lean In” and “Ban Bossy,” but what happens when they [...]

The Buzz 5/1/14

The Buzz 5/1/14

May Draws A Crowd A couple hundred citizens packed the Brownsville Assembly of God Reception Hall on April 22 to be heard by their elected officials and community leaders on a myriad of issues from [...]

The Buzz 4/24/14

The Buzz 4/24/14

UWF Faculty Wants Pay Raises Over the past eight years, the faculty and staff at the University of West Florida have suffered a 16.3 percent salary reduction in inflation-adjusted terms, and it is [...]

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