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The Buzz 10.14

The Buzz 10.14

Mack Joins Team Wiggins City Councilwoman and former mayoral candidate Diane Mack gave Mike Wiggins her stamp of approval for the November election. Mack said that there were four things she [...]

The Buzz 10.07

The Buzz 10.07

Hayward Skips Debate Last week Pensacola Mayoral Candidate Ashton Hayward refused to debate at a Downtown Rotary Club event because local politician Jerry Maygarden would be moderating the event. In [...]

Seven Days 10.07

Seven Days 10.07

Monday, Sept. 27 A man is arrested for breaking into a pharmacy to sleep. Bennett Ervin Turner, 38, was seen on surveillance cameras crawling into the store attic and walking around. Tuesday, [...]

News Story: One Nation Working Together

News Story: One Nation Working Together

Progressives and liberals try to build enthusiasm by RICK OUTZEN Right-wing radio personality and Fox News host Glenn Beck declared on his radio show that it would be a “well-orchestrated, [...]

ECUA Raising Rates

ECUA Raising Rates

Proposed Ten Percent Hike Comes With Controversy by SEAN BOONE Despite a packed room of public opposition, the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority Board approved at its Sept. 23 meeting a motion to [...]

7 Days 9.30

7 Days 9.30

Monday, Sept. 20 Two women are shot to death in a home invasion on Pearson Road. Investigators have not released any further details on the deaths of Raquel White, 32, and Melanie Lancto, [...]

The Buzz 9.30

The Buzz 9.30

ACLU Sues Sheriff The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the Florida Justice Institute (FJI) filed on September 21 a class action lawsuit against Santa Rosa County Sheriff Wendell Hall. The [...]

Seven Days 9.23

Seven Days 9.23

Monday, Sept. 13 DeLuna Fest organizers announce locations for the distribution of free tickets for the last day of the festival next month. The group is giving out 20,000 tickets for the Oct. 17 [...]

IN Interview: Ellen Freidin

IN Interview: Ellen Freidin

FAIR DISTRICTS FLORIDA CHAIR OUT TO END GERRYMANDERING By Rick Outzen Of all the powers invested in the Florida Legislature, the power to draw the boundaries for the congressional and state [...]

Buzz 9.23

Buzz 9.23

Board Approves New Administrator The Escambia County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved Randy Oliver as the new County Administrator on Sept. 17. Oliver, who has more than 20 years of [...]

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