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Coal Ash Crisis

Coal Ash Crisis

By Shelby Smithey A harmful byproduct of coal-fired power plants, coal ash is polluting waterways and drinking water, and communities are pushing for cleanup across the country. To expose the [...]

What Trump Actually Said

What Trump Actually Said

By Rick Outzen Republican frontrunner Donald Trump made a campaign stop in Pensacola on Jan. 13. In a crowded Pensacola Bay Center, the billionaire spoke for nearly an hour. Much has been a made [...]

The Buzz 1/21/16

The Buzz 1/21/16

City Project Updates At the end of the five-hour Pensacola City Council meeting on Thursday, Jan. 14, City Administrator Eric Olson gave his update on city operations. The mayor’s recommendation [...]

Anti-Corruption Bill Still Alive

Anti-Corruption Bill Still Alive

By Rick Outzen The first week of 2016 Legislative Session was a roller coaster ride for those wanting to fight government corruption in the state of Florida. Fortunately the USA network of Florida [...]

The Blues Photograph Blues

The Blues Photograph Blues

By Rick Outzen Blues scholars have come forward to challenge a reported photo of Mississippi Blues legend Robert Johnson (Inweekly, “Finding Pensacola’s Blues Past,” Jan. 2). “Your [...]

The Buzz 1/14/16

The Buzz 1/14/16

Graduation Rates Soar On Jan. 12, the Florida Department of Education released the graduation statistics for the 2014-15 school year. Escambia County’s graduate percentage jumped from 66.1 percent [...]

Escambia County Drug Overdoses on the Rise

Escambia County Drug Overdoses on the Rise

By Duwayne Escobedo Prescription drug abuse is on the rise again in Escambia County despite efforts by Attorney General Pam Bondi and law enforcement, according to a report by the Florida Medical [...]

Gaetz’s Final Session

Gaetz’s Final Session

By Rick Outzen Since 2007, State Senator Don Gaetz (R-Niceville) has sat down with Inweekly every December to discuss the upcoming legislative session. He has gone from rising star to Senate [...]

The Buzz 1/7/16

The Buzz 1/7/16

Begging EPA The Wedgewood/Rolling Hills/Olive Heights Homeowners Association has written the Environmental Protection Agency for help.  Recent soil reports indicate the Lewis Powell ballparks near [...]

Outtakes—Highlights of 2015

Outtakes—Highlights of 2015

By Rick Outzen This past year was filled with surprises. As we have for the past 17 years, Inweekly reported on each.  Here are my highlights of 2015: Biggest Letdown: Maritime Park [...]

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