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The Return of Lionfish Fest

The Return of Lionfish Fest

By Jeremy Morrison Lurking just offshore is a dangerous riddle that has the potential to decimate fisheries in North American waters. It’s also delicious but laborious to harvest. The [...]

Trash Talk

Trash Talk

By Rick Outzen The Pensacola City Council last week learned the city had stopped recycling its trash months ago, even though residents have been faithfully sorting their trash and putting the [...]

The Buzz 5/10/18

The Buzz 5/10/18

idgroup Earns B Certification The Pensacola-based brand transformation firm idgroup has earned certification as a B Corporation, an acknowledgment of the company's commitment to social and [...]

The Skate Debate

The Skate Debate

By Jeremy Morrison Skateboarding is not a crime. Except for, as per municipal ordinance, when it is. And for a few days in April, rumblings from the Pensacola City Council appeared to indicate [...]

The Buzz 5/3/18

The Buzz 5/3/18

Leadership in the 21st Century The 2018 Naval Aviation Symposium will take place May 9-11 at the National Naval Aviation Museum. The theme is “Leadership in the 21st Century.” Starting at 9:15 [...]

Update on GOP AG Battle

Update on GOP AG Battle

By Rick Outzen The race for the Republican nomination to be Florida’s next agriculture commissioner is between two veteran state lawmakers, Rep. Matt Caldwell (R-North Fort Myers) and Sen. [...]

The Buzz 4/26/18

The Buzz 4/26/18

Bruce Beach Lawsuit Still Alive Robert Emmanuel, the attorney for Dan Lindemann and Jerry Holzworth, has filed a Motion for Rehearing in the lawsuit regarding the lease of city-owned Bruce Beach to [...]

The Legacy of Denise McLeod

The Legacy of Denise McLeod

By Rick Outzen After 42 years, Denise McLeod, the vice president of human resources at LandrumHR, is retiring. Under her leadership, Landrum Staffing grew to be the largest independent staffing [...]

Florida Dems Debate Votes

Florida Dems Debate Votes

By Jeremy Morrison When Sarah Coutu returned from her trip to Orlando recently, she was less than enthused. The weekend hadn’t panned out as well as she had hoped. “It’s a mess, you know. [...]

Graham: End the Political Chaos

Graham: End the Political Chaos

By Rick Outzen Last week, former U.S. Rep. and Democratic candidate for governor Gwen Graham visited Pensacola for her 55th workday. She spent her Tuesday in the USO at the Pensacola International [...]

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