Thursday November 27th 2014
ASHTON HAYWARD The novice candidate upset incumbent Mike Wiggins to become Pensacola’s first strong mayor with bright ideas, a big campaign war chest and a wide base of support from all [...]
By Chuck Sheppard
The Cabral Chrysler dealership in Manteca, Calif., was so desperate for a sale in October that one of its employees picked up potential customer Donald Davis, 67, at his nursing [...]
A Guide to Navigating the Grounds of Pensacola
By Hana Frenette
Finding the perfect cup of coffee can be a troublesome task. You’ll encounter the overly bitter, the watered down, and the [...]
PLAY, PENSACOLA’S ONLY BARCADE, ANNOUNCES NEW YEAR’S EVE PLANS
A Unique Experience for New Year’s Eve Celebrants Looking for an Unconventional Carnival Inspired Evening
Step right up. Look [...]
by Jennie McKeon
About a month ago, I was at a Christmas craft fair in Navarre when I entered a drawing for a free massage. I didn’t think anything of it when I received a call from an unknown [...]
McDonald Fleming Moorehead UWF Christmas Classic
December 30 (bold)
Valdosta State vs. Wilmington - 4 p.m.
Mercy vs. West Florida - 6 p.m.
December 31 (bold)
Mercy vs. [...]
You want an early Christmas present? How about this:
The Leisure Club is hosting a special acoustic show with the members of Timberhawk Saturday night.
Aubrey Nichols will be featured on guitar [...]
Since 2004, Independent News’ tradition is to give holiday gifts to our elected officials, leaders and newsmakers. We work long, hard hours to find unique, quirky gifts that will have special [...]
HOODWINKED? Maritime Park Development Partners (MPDP) was fired recently as the project manager for the Community Maritime Park. As our investigation revealed, there are definite issues about the bid [...]
University of West Florida, LeaP Class of 2011
What is your chief characteristic?
Perseverance, because through all of the struggles I’ve been through in this life – most [...]