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IN Interview: Jim Donatelli

IN Interview: Jim Donatelli

STORY BEHIND 2011 EMERGING LEADER HONOREE By Catrina Hebert Coming off the heels of co-chairing one of the most successful fundraising campaigns for economic development in this community’s [...]

The Buzz 3/3/11

The Buzz 3/3/11

DEAD DOLPHIN TALES Rescuers have found an unusually large number of baby dolphin carcasses washed up on Gulf Coast beaches. So far, scientists have tallied a total of 67 dead dolphins along the [...]

Guiding Americans to Their Best Health

Guiding Americans to Their Best Health

Rating system increasing quality of care and patient outcomes at Sacred Heart By Erica House Many people take pride in being an educated consumer. The average American spends 40 hours searching [...]

The Buzz 2/24/11

The Buzz 2/24/11

EXPULSIONS DOWN, REALLY? The Escambia County Public School District has slowed down on its student expulsions. In January and February 2010, the District expelled 46 students. During the first two [...]

Pensacola City Workers Unite

Pensacola City Workers Unite

BEHIND THE SCENES OF UNION VOTE THAT ROCKED CITY HALL By Dustin Toney The City of Pensacola has a new union. On Feb. 17, city workers voted to unionize with the American Federation of State, [...]

The Buzz 2/17/11

The Buzz 2/17/11

SRIA MELODRAMA It was a full house on Feb. 9 for the Santa Rosa Island Authority board meeting. Many came to see the showdown between Five Flags Tourism Group and the board over the group’s request [...]

IN Interview: Kenneth Feinberg

IN Interview: Kenneth Feinberg

CLAIMS CZAR SURPRISED BY VOLUME By Rick Outzen Kenneth Feinberg, administrator of the Gulf Coast Claims Facility, admitted in a telephone interview with IN that the volume of claims–nearly [...]

IN Interview: State Sen. Don Gaetz

IN Interview: State Sen. Don Gaetz

REDISTRICTING POINT MAN TALKS CANDIDLY By Rick Outzen State Sen. Don Gaetz (R-Niceville) must have upset Senate President Mike Haridopolos. The former Okaloosa County Superintendent of Schools [...]

Buzz 2/10/11

Buzz 2/10/11

HUNTING BAN Joshua Wayne Douglas, who has been indicted for the murder of Jamie M. Broxson, may have had early signs of trouble. In January 2007, Douglas pled guilty after Florida Fish and Wildlife [...]

Budget Woes Handicap Fire Service

Budget Woes Handicap Fire Service

Sixty percent of Pensacola fire stations undermanned by Dustin Toney City officials often brag on the “world-class” Pensacola Fire Department. It was one of the major selling points for [...]

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