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Underhill racks up third major endorsement

Underhill racks up third major endorsement

Emerald Coast Utilities Authority member Dale Perkins announced this morning that he is endorsing Doug Underhill in the Republican primary for Escambia County Commission, District 2. “We have many challenges facing Escambia County and we need a commissioner that will work with all [...]

Context Florida: Sanity comes to immigration reform debate

Context Florida: Sanity comes to immigration reform debate

My latest column for Context Florida: A political odd couple recently held a press conference in Tallahassee on what has been a hot button issue for conservatives since Barack Obama was sworn as president — immigration reform. As part of a national day of action, Florida Chamber of [...]

Missing campaign sign mystery solved

Missing campaign sign mystery solved

Last week I reported that someone in a gray pickup track took two large campaign signs for Michele Inere from the corner of Ninth Avenue and Olive Road. This morning, Lamar Brazwell, owner of the shopping center at the corner, called to clear up the mystery. He had the signs taken down and [...]

Wedgewood gets legal representation

Wedgewood gets legal representation

They will not be ignored. Wedgewood residents have complained to the state and county about the construction debris pits that surround their neighborhood. Now they have agreed to legal representation. The residents of Wedgewood, Rolling Hills and Olive Heights meet the Marie Young Community [...]

Studer gets summary judgment and arbitration in Cleveland Clinic case

Studer gets summary judgment and arbitration in Cleveland Clinic case

Two years ago, the prestigious Cleveland Clinic Foundation filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Cleveland, Ohio against Quint Studer and B.G. Porter, CEO of Studer Group. The issue was a patient callback system, called Discharge Call Manager, that the two companies developed and the Studer [...]

Buzz: Council on hot seat, Grover gets his way, City loses charity game

Buzz: Council on hot seat, Grover gets his way, City loses charity game

Pensacola City Council meeting today may have a few interesting twists. 350 Pensacola, with the help of Councilwoman Sherri Myers, wants the council to approve Climate Change Task Force. Christian Wagley of the environmental group told Inweekly, "We believe it is vital for our economy and [...]

Bridge traffic already heavy

From GBPD: GULF BREEZE: Traffic is backed up from Pensacola Beach to the large hump on 3 mile bridge in the south bound lanes due to the air show!

Climate Change debate comes to Pensacola

Climate Change debate comes to Pensacola

Press Release: 350 Pensacola calls for the Pensacola City Council to support proposed Climate Change Task Force resolution. The Pensacola City Council is set to consider a resolution to create a Climate Change Task Force to help our community mitigate the causes and adapt to the impacts of our [...]

CBS Los Angeles names Wahoo stadium one of the best

CBS Los Angeles names Wahoo stadium one of the best

CBS Los Angeles picked the best minor league stadiums to watch a game. Pensacola Bayfront Stadium made the list. This three-year-old, premiere facility is home to the fan favorite Pensacola Blue Wahoos, the double-A affiliates of the Cincinnati Reds. The stadium itself is more modern than most [...]

Judge strikes down Congressional Map

Judge strikes down Congressional Map

By BRANDON LARRABEE THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA In a highly anticipated ruling, a Leon County judge struck down a map of the state's congressional districts drawn by the Legislature in 2012, potentially throwing the political future of the state into turmoil. But the ruling, issued by [...]

Campaign sign shenanigans in judge race

Campaign sign shenanigans in judge race

The race for Circuit County Judge between Michelle Inere and Jenny Kinsey is heating up, and as in most heated races, reports of sign tampering surface. We got a phone call yesterday that gray pick-up truck stole two large Inere campaign signs on Wednesday afternoon at the corner of Ninth Avenue [...]

Offshore Inland may save the Port of Pensacola

Offshore Inland may save the Port of Pensacola

The deal that Mayor Ashton Hayward announced yesterday is what the cash strapped Port of Pensacola needed. Since taking office, the Port has lost several tenants. Offshore Inland is the first major tenant that the mayor has signed up, and it could be a game changer - 200 new jobs with hourly wages [...]

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