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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 [...]

Not So Candid Cameras

Not So Candid Cameras

Running Red Lights Gets Expensive By Jennie McKeon Running a red light isn’t always a victimless crime. Car crashes occur. Sometimes people die. The death of a South Florida husband [...]

Guinness World Record Holder visits Pensacola tomorrow

Guinness World Record Holder visits Pensacola tomorrow

On June 19, 1997, Benka Pulko departed from her hometown of Ptuj, Slovenia on a BMW F650 motorcycle. She returned to Ptuj on December 10, 2002, having established the Guinness World Records for the [...]

Bethel AME hands out over 5K books at MLK parade

Bethel AME hands out over 5K books at MLK parade

At the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade today, over 5,000 new books and 10,000 bookmarks will be provided free to children and youth. This day of service project, called the MLK Parade of Books [...]

Outtakes 1/17/13

Outtakes 1/17/13

THE GOOD FIGHT In 1957, the same year that Ernie Lee Magaha was first sworn in as clerk, Dr. Nathaniel Smith was installed as the pastor of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church. Five days after Magaha [...]

Color Run coming to Pensacola

Color Run coming to Pensacola

Press Release: Jubilee By The Bay Inc. in partnership with Pensacola Mardi Gras, Inc. Announces Pensacola’s first Run with COLOR-- Local non-profit organization Jubilee By The Bay, Inc. in [...]

A Mother’s Pain

A Mother’s Pain

Ending the Violence & Bloodshed By Rick Outzen On a sunny Monday afternoon, Labar Brown stepped out of his home to get ice cream for his family. The kids, Miracle, age 6, and Cardarylo, age [...]

2012 Year In Review

2012 Year In Review

Our Top Cover Stories of the Year by In Staff By IN Staff The Independent News earned its reputation once again for no-holds-barred reporting, with no “sacred cows.” Our reporting earned us [...]

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