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Into The Sunshine

Into The Sunshine

Battle for The Control of Tourism Taxes by Rick Outzen The control over Escambia County’s tourism marketing and its $5.5 million is being moved out of the Greater Pensacola Chamber. The Board [...]

The Buzz 9/19/13

The Buzz 9/19/13

Reynolds Wins In Court Escambia County Judge Thomas Johnson cleared former Pensacola City Administrator Bill Reynolds of a non-criminal public records violation for allegedly not releasing in June [...]

Second Chances for Ex-cons

Second Chances for Ex-cons

The Triumphs and Challenges of Re-entry By Paul F. South In America, more than 700,000 men and women will leave prison annually, often returning to the violent, impoverished cauldrons of [...]

Navid “G” Garshasb passed away last night

Navid “G” Garshasb passed away last night

Navid "G" Garshasb passed away last night. We wrote about him and his struggle to provide for his family this week-- "One Last Battle: Dying Veteran Seeks Insurance Reinstatement." Help a Hero [...]

City Voters Losing Confidence

City Voters Losing Confidence

But They Still Love Their Mayor By Rick Outzen Pensacola voters’ confidence in the direction of their city government has slipped further since the Pensacola Young Professionals conducted their [...]

One Last Battle

One Last Battle

Dying Veteran Seeks Insurance Reinstatement By Jesse Farthing Navid Garshasb is dying. The 49-year-old decorated Air Force veteran sits in a hospice bed, looking frail, unable to speak and [...]

The Buzz 9/5/13

The Buzz 9/5/13

UWF in the Hood The University of West Florida held on Aug. 29 its inaugural “Breakfast with the President” in the gym at Greater Little Rock Baptist Church as part of Dr. Judy Bense’s [...]

Get Out of Jail Free

Get Out of Jail Free

How to commit crime while in county’s care By Jesse Farthing The murder of Adnan Glelati, the owner of 7 Stars Auto, Inc., on Aug. 14, raises many questions about the supervisory practices of [...]

The Buzz 8/29/13

The Buzz 8/29/13

Black Friday On Friday, Aug. 23, the staff of the Pensacola News Journal was notified that their president and publisher Kevin T. Doyle and executive editor Richard A. Schneider were retiring. [...]

Park Problems

Park Problems

Locals Endeavor to Have City Parks Maintained by Jessica Forbes Pensacola residents have always been proud of their parks and recreation facilities. However, there are indications that the city [...]

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