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Outtakes: Thank you, Mr. Johnson

Outtakes: Thank you, Mr. Johnson

Pensacola City Councilman Larry Johnson believes the City of Pensacola should follow its CRA 2010 Master Plan. Inweekly agrees that the $200,000 two-volume plan shouldn't be shelved, and the time is [...]

Outtakes—Infrastructure: the Best Incentive

Outtakes—Infrastructure: the Best Incentive

Downtown Pensacola has had a renaissance since the Community Maritime Park was completed. The private sector has invested in Palafox Street, and another $100-millions worth of projects is being [...]

Winners & Losers 2/4/16

Winners & Losers 2/4/16

Winners Lean In Pensacola The Lean In Pensacola Chapter recently held its inaugural event at New World Landing and 400 women attended. These women were inspired by keynote speaker Bentina Terry. [...]

Winners & Losers 1/28/16

Winners & Losers 1/28/16

Winners Debbie Ritchie Studer Group recently promoted Ritchie from chief operating officer to the role of president. A former state representative, Ritchie was the founding president of IMPACT 100 [...]

Outtakes—Anger Politics

Outtakes—Anger Politics

By Rick Outzen Back in 2010 when the Tea Party was fighting help the Republican Party seize control of Congress during President Barack Obama’s first mid-term election, University of Illinois at [...]

Viewpoint: Clowning for Love at Trump Rally

Viewpoint: Clowning for Love at Trump Rally

By Jill Cicero Last night I had quite an experience. With two free tickets in my purse, I made my way to downtown Pensacola's Bay Center where Donald Trump was scheduled to speak. I wasn't sure [...]

Winners & Losers 1/21/16

Winners & Losers 1/21/16

Winners Ashton Hayward In November, the Pensacola mayor issued a press release announcing his support of Governor Rick Scott’s proposal to create a new $250 million Florida Enterprise Fund. [...]

Outtakes—Conversation Starter

Outtakes—Conversation Starter

On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Quint and Rishy Studer announced their “Be the Bulb Challenge” to provide $50,000 for the best proposals to improve Escambia County’s kindergarten readiness [...]

Outtakes—Missed Chance

Outtakes—Missed Chance

The Florida Senate isn’t interested in fighting public corruption. Bribery and bid-tampering aren’t as big a problem for the members of the Senate Ethics and Governmental Oversight Committee as [...]

Winners & Losers 1/14/16

Winners & Losers 1/14/16

Winners Malcolm Thomas The school superintendent got a re-election boost when the Florida Department of Education released the 2015 high school graduation rates. His district’s results improved [...]

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