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Outtakes 11.11

Outtakes 11.11

TRANSITION IS HARD The transition of leadership for any community is difficult, but it seems to be particularly difficult in Northwest Florida. Up until recently, elected officials were rarely [...]

Rising From The Ashes Of Recession

Rising From The Ashes Of Recession

Three initiatives work to resurrect Pensacola Bay Area by RICK OUTZEN “Our economy was moving along fine,” said Pensacola Bay Area Chamber of Commerce chairman Collier Merrill in describing [...]

Seven Days 11.11

Seven Days 11.11

Monday, Nov. 1 The Pensacola Gulf Coast Regional Airport celebrates its 75th anniversary. Tuesday, Nov. 2 Republicans sweep all four Florida Cabinet positions for the first time since [...]

The Buzz 11.11

The Buzz 11.11

PENSACOLA MAYOR’S RACE BY THE NUMBERS Gen-X-er Ashton Hayward beat baby boomer Mike Wiggins by 817 votes, 10,666-9,849, in the Nov. 2 vote for Pensacola’s first strong mayor. In 2008, Wiggins ran [...]

The Buzz 11.04

The Buzz 11.04

OFFICERS DOWN Sheriff Morgan talked with the IN about the Friday, October 29 shooting of three deputies in neighborhood off of Scenic Highway above Interstate 10. The sheriff was meeting with [...]

2010: THE MIDTERM RUMBLE

2010: THE MIDTERM RUMBLE

IN hears Carville, Stephanopoulos and others speak out by RICK OUTZEN When someone offers you a front-row seat to a panel discussion moderated by ABC’s chief political correspondent George [...]

The Buzz 10.21

The Buzz 10.21

SECOND BAYFRONT SUNDAY Councilwoman Megan Pratt reminded citizens on her blog that the second Bayfront Sunday will be held Oct. 24. Bayfront Parkway between Chase and Tarragona streets will be open [...]

Pensacola Interstate Fair

Pensacola Interstate Fair

Fair Still Tops In Entertainment, Tradition By Sean Boone The roar of The Zipper, the smell of the funnel cakes, the lights that illuminate a three-mile radius. Ah yes, it’s that time [...]

Seven Days 10.14

Seven Days 10.14

Monday, Oct. 4 A safe with more than $20,000 in it is stolen from Steve Barnhill’s Buffet on Brent Lane. Tuesday, Oct. 5 Arson is suspected in a fire that destroys an abandoned Molino home. [...]

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 [...]

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