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The Buzz 2/2/17

The Buzz 2/2/17

Less Than Transparent International Paper’s media tour and “Community Open House” fell short of expectations. The media tour consisted of an hour-long driving tour to see how contractors [...]

The Buzz 1/26/17

The Buzz 1/26/17

Protecting BP Funds State Rep. Frank White (R-Pensacola) had his first meeting of the Select Committee on Triumph Gulf Coast, the non-profit organization formed by law in 2011. The organization was [...]

Providing a Pathway for Change

Providing a Pathway for Change

Phillip Carrier became the newest former inmate to successfully complete the Pathways for Change court-ordered addiction treatment program. During the rigorous, 18-month program, his father died, [...]

Morgan Undecided About Governor Bid

Morgan Undecided About Governor Bid

By Duwayne Escobedo The hundred people stuffing New World Landing Friday, Jan. 13, expecting to hear John Morgan announce his run for governor of Florida left disappointed. But Morgan, the [...]

The Buzz 1/19/17

The Buzz 1/19/17

Police Chief Wants to Stay Pensacola Police Chief David Alexander told the Pensacola City Council last week he wants to keep his job past his DROP date in May. At the end of his monthly report to [...]

REAP Sparks Controversy

REAP Sparks Controversy

By Duwayne Escobedo Brownsville resident Chuck Garnette opposes the ReEntry Alliance of Pensacola. The REAP program, as it is known, takes ex-convicts released from county, state or federal [...]

Dysfunction Junction Continues

Dysfunction Junction Continues

By Rick Outzen After six years in office, the Mayor Ashton Hayward administration continues to have problems handling the simplest neighborhood issues, especially when they are on the west side of [...]

The Buzz 1/12/16

The Buzz 1/12/16

City 311 Service Fails The triggers for Inweekly and Emerald Coastkeepers' investigation of the Government Stormwater Project in the Tanyards neighborhood were two phone calls made by resident Dr. [...]

The Buzz 1/5/17

The Buzz 1/5/17

Transformative Learning Initiative Last spring, Quint Studer invited Dr. Dana Suskind to come to Pensacola to speak at a Studer Community Institute about her Thirty Million Words® Newborn Initiative [...]

County Moves Forward

County Moves Forward

By Rick Outzen Escambia County Commissioner Steven Barry easily won re-election in 2016 with 68 percent of the vote. He discussed with Inweekly the county's accomplishments and issues of 2016 and [...]

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