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Charter will go to referendum

Two months after it was presented to the Pensacola City Council, the council voted unanimously to allow a referendum on the proposed new city charter. Two months...which is about as fast as this council can do anything. There are still two more public hearings on the exact wording of the [...]

Aronberg: Elect someone who wants to be AG

Aronberg: Elect someone who wants to be AG

State Sen. Dave Aronberg (D) was in town yesterday to meet and greet locals as he campaigns for Florida Attorney General. Dee Dee Ritchie, Corbet Davis, Ray & Valerie Russenberger and Brian & Crystal Spencer hosted the event held at Jewelers Trade Shop. Aronberg, age 38, represents a district [...]

Listen to Pelicans, eat BBQ

Press Release The Pensacola Pelicans will take on the Lincoln Saltdogs in a best of five series to determine the American Association Champion. The Pelicans are hosting a listening party for game two at Pelican Park on Wednesday, September 9 on the 3rd Base Party Deck beginning at 7:05 p.m. [...]

PNJ needs help

PNJ needs help

PNJ reporter Sean Dugas needs help. He is looking for people who have purchased The Beatles: Rock Band today.Email him at sdugas@pnj.com. Tell him that Rick Outzen sent you.

Century public record problem

It's now officially an epidemic. The Florida Sunshine Law problems have spread even to Century. NorthEscambia.com reports that Councilman Henry Hawkins requested town records related to the now defunct Helicopter Technology and other town financial business last December. Hawkins has yet to [...]

You make your own future

Here is the speech that some parents were so frightened that their children might hear: Obama Speech

Buzz: Benson will run for AG

Buzz: Benson will run for AG

Get your checkbooks out. Holly Benson is set to run for the Florida Attorney General post or,at least, that was the buzz over the Labor Day Weekend. The former state representative and current secretary of the Agency for Health Care Administration will enter the Republican primary for this post [...]

Thomas podcast on Obama speech

Superintendent Malcolm Thomas has created a podcast explaining why Escambia County students won't see President Obama's speech today. For the record, Ronald Reagan, George Bush and George W. Bush each made direct addresses to the students during their administrations. View [...]

WCI is out of bankruptcy

The Miami Herald is reporting that WCI Communities has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and has eliminated more than $2 billion in debt and liabilities. WCI purchased Lost Key on Perdido Key and once was seen as the savior of the Key. Former Pensacola Councilman Marty Donovan tired [...]

Morris vs. Manley

Former Okaloosa County Sheriff Charlie Morris was arrested in February for stealing tax payer's money in an elaborate kick-back scheme and was charged with theft, fraud and money laundering. He was arrested in Las Vegas with $5,000 with in his pocket and $30,000 in his hotel room. Morris was [...]

Locals get national press

Sheriff David Morgan is featured in USA Today article on how well his agency handled the media during the Billings investigation (Police try to uphold 'need to know' rule ). Quint Studer is on the Midday news of WGN today. Here is a link to information on the show and Quint’s appearance [...]

Wayne-Dalton sold

Wayne-Dalton sold

From Wall Street Journal: Sanwa Holdings Corp. has reached an accord with Wayne Dalton Corp. to expand its global presence by buying the U.S. company's mainline door business. Japan's largest maker of doors and window shutters by sales said it will begin the process of acquiring the [...]

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