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The Buzz 12.9

The Buzz 12.9

PRESCRIPTION DRUG OVERDOSES The IN reported last year on the rise of prescription drug abuse and how, because these drugs are prescribed by doctors, the danger involved is often dismissed [...]

Five Stories You May Have Missed

Five Stories You May Have Missed

NO ONE GETS TO WORK FOR SCOTT The Buzz, St. Petersburg Times: Florida's new governor has yet to name a single person to his administrative team, four weeks after the election. Ohio's newly-elected [...]

Congress Blamed For Poor Response To BP Oil Disaster

Congress Blamed For Poor Response To BP Oil Disaster

Funds authorized for oil spill R&D never appropriated by Rick Outzen A  report issued days before Thanksgiving without much fanfare points a damning finger at Congress for not learning from [...]

The Buzz 12.2

The Buzz 12.2

FIGHTING FATHERS Something may be amiss in the M.C. Blanchard Judicial Center. The website of Fighting Fathers of District 1, fightingfathersofdistrict1.com, has begun posting complaints about [...]

7 Days 12.2

7 Days 12.2

Monday, Nov. 22 Lawmakers in Iran’s parliament openly call for the impeachment of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for violating the law and exceeding his constitutional authority. Tuesday, Nov. [...]

The Buzz 11.25

The Buzz 11.25

ESP SALES PROBLEM Several local businesses are complaining about being hit with bills for sales taxes on statements from Energy Services of Pensacola. The gas utility has a problem that was [...]

Myers wants District 2 to get its slice of the pie

Myers wants District 2 to get its slice of the pie

New council member ready to address city’s problems by Dustin Toney Sherri Myers has big plans for uptown Pensacola, and she can’t wait to get started Jan. 11 after she is sworn into [...]

7 Days

7 Days

Monday, Nov. 15 Incoming Senate President Mike Haridopolos announces the chairman of each of the Senate’s 27 standing committees and subcommittees and one joint legislative committee. Local Greg [...]

The Buzz 11.18

The Buzz 11.18

THOMAS TURNS DOWN HUGE GRANT Leaders in the African-American community are still upset with Superintendent Malcolm Thomas terminating the district’s three-year agreement with The Florida Bar [...]

7 Days

7 Days

Monday, Nov. 8 Gov. Charlie Crist announces he is considering a posthumous pardon to Jim Morrison, the lead singer of The Doors, who was convicted of sex crimes in a Miami court in 1970. Tuesday, [...]

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