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Hungry Games

Hungry Games

Feeding Escambia County Kids This Summer By Jessica Forbes The Dixon School of the Arts cafeteria is quiet at 8:30 in the morning on the second to last day of the school year. The breakfast [...]

News of the Weird 6/6/13

News of the Weird 6/6/13

by Chuck Shepherd THE MITES ATE THE CHEESE The Food and Drug Administration proposed recently to limit the quantity of tiny "mites" that could occupy imported cheese, even though living, crawling [...]

The Buzz 6/6/13

The Buzz 6/6/13

BEGGING FOR A MATCH Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward announced on May 28 that the Florida Department of Transportation has formally offered Pensacola International Airport an $11,090,000 matching [...]

Happenings 6/6/13

Happenings 6/6/13

THURSDAY 6.6 GENEALOGY RESEARCH ASSISTANCE 9 a.m.-noon Thursdays in June. Library volunteers are available to give general genealogy research guidance; one-on-one assistance in using online and [...]

Cafés, Art and Recovery

Cafés, Art and Recovery

By Jessica Forbes Small, vividly painted canvases are becoming emblematic of the art of Café PERC, an art therapy program at Baptist Hospital’s Lakeview Center. The program, in its first [...]

Feeding A Growing Appetite

Feeding A Growing Appetite

By Sarah McCartan Food is Appetite 4 Life’s game. It’s what they know. It’s what they do. It’s who they are. Appetite 4 Life is a non-profit organization focused on providing meals and [...]

Talking Trash

Talking Trash

Escambia and ECUA Fight It Out Over Garbage by Jeremy Morrison For months, Escambia County and the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority have engaged in negotiations that Interim County Administrator [...]

Outtakes 5/30/13

Outtakes 5/30/13

VOICE FOR THE VOICELESS by Rick Outzen Leroy Boyd gave voice to the voiceless members of this community that felt no one cared. His Movement for Change fought for years to end the excessive force [...]

Winners & Losers 5/30/13

Winners & Losers 5/30/13

WINNERS Caprice Blizzard The social worker described as an “advocate, surrogate parent and mentor” for youth in foster care is the recipient of the Florida Department of Children and [...]

We Told You So

We Told You So

Feds Find Long Standing Abuse in County Jail By Rick Outzen The Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has concluded its five-year investigation of the Escambia County Jail [...]

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