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Backing Out of Backing In

The Downtown Improvement Board decided this morning to back out of downtown’s back-in parking space system. “It was pretty much the result of a fairly broad-based community discussion,” [...]

Southwest Airlines will replace AirTran Airways at PNS

Southwest Airlines will replace AirTran Airways at PNS

Press Release: Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward announced today that Southwest Airlines would begin service at Pensacola International Airport (PNS) later this year. Pensacola International is [...]

Why Local Matters

Why Local Matters

This "stay local" thing isn't just a trend or a catch phrase. It's a real movement based on culture, quality of life and macroeconomics. There's undeniable positive economic impact that comes when [...]

Hottest Greater Pensacola Area Jobs for 2013

Hottest Greater Pensacola Area Jobs for 2013

By Walker Holmes As summer 2013 approaches, some jobs and career choices are hot in the greater Pensacola area while others are not. Although the mantra, “do what you love, the money will [...]

Pensacola, Totally Trashed: A Super Abridged Environmental History

Pensacola, Totally Trashed: A Super Abridged Environmental History

By Jesscia Forbes Imagine a hangover you (or your one friend) have experienced, or perhaps one you are anticipating on March 18. The actions that lead to such a condition are typically not marked [...]

Asking Y

Asking Y

Questions on the Waterfront by Jeremy Morrison For nearly three hours the question hung over the heads of the Pensacola City Council: ‘What is the Y?’ Projected onto a screen, it was the [...]

Outtakes: Destruction of Trust

Outtakes: Destruction of Trust

By Rick Outzen, IN Publisher The Pensacola City Charter is based on truth. The public and the city council have to rely on the veracity of the executive branch of its municipal government. When [...]

Humpback Revision

Humpback Revision

Last Call at the Bridge Bar? By Jeremy Morrison The Three-Mile Bridge has spanned the watery expanse of Pensacola Bay for decades. Rising from the depths with an arched back, it is part of the [...]

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