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When Muhammad Ali Tried to Heal Pensacola

When Muhammad Ali Tried to Heal Pensacola

By Rick Outzen In 1996, Muhammad Ali, three-time boxing heavyweight champion, set out on an mission to bring together people of different races and religions. Coming off his lighting of the [...]

The Buzz 6/2/16 (revised 6/3/16)

The Buzz 6/2/16 (revised 6/3/16)

Adding Work Component Quint and Rishy Studer are building another office building in downtown Pensacola. They are submitting designs to the city’s Architectural Review Board today for a 57,000 [...]

The Buzz 5/26/16

The Buzz 5/26/16

More Pay for Extra Hours On May 17, the U.S. Department of Labor issued its final rule regarding overtime regulations. The final rule, which becomes effective Dec. 1, raises the salary threshold [...]

Race: Can We Finally Discuss It?

Race: Can We Finally Discuss It?

By Rick Outzen Race is a non-starter for most conversations in Pensacola. Whites’ eyes glaze over when they think anyone is “playing the race card.” For them, racism ended with integration [...]

City drops ball on job evaluations

City drops ball on job evaluations

By Rick Outzen The city of Pensacola has not done a written job performance evaluation of its administrative staff in four years, according to records obtained by Inweekly. The most recent [...]

The Buzz 5/19/16

The Buzz 5/19/16

Schrey for Congress Elizabeth Schrey has filed to run for the U.S. House of Representatives seat that has been held by the retiring Jeff Miller. She has chosen to run as a No Party Affiliate [...]

The Buzz 5/12/16

The Buzz 5/12/16

Levin honored The National Trial Lawyers recently named Fredric G. Levin its Trial Lawyer of the Year. The 79-year-old Pensacola attorney was presented the award at the 2016 Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame [...]

A New Day for Children’s Healthcare

A New Day for Children’s Healthcare

By Rick Outzen On May 3, Sacred Heart broke ground on its regional children’s hospital and announced the facility will be named for the Studer family. David Sansing, chair of the board of [...]

Charter School Boondoogle

Charter School Boondoogle

By Rick Outzen Last week, an Escambia County Grand Jury indicted Newpoint Education Partners, LLC; School Warehouse, Inc.; Red Ignition, LLC; and Epiphany Management, LLC for grand theft, money [...]

Courthouse Controversy Still Continues

Courthouse Controversy Still Continues

By Duwayne Escobedo Bob Cole presented a fourth option of 42 pine tree-filled acres for the Santa Rosa County courthouse location. The two-term Santa Rosa County commissioner explained how the [...]

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