Pensacola City Attorney Jim Messer seemed unclear on exactly what City Councilman Brian Spencer was wanting of him during last night’s Committee of the Whole meeting. “They’re are certain grounds to remove trustees,” Messer told the councilman. “In order to establish a process or [...]
The Catholic Crusaders baseball playoff game Tuesday evening will be broadcast on the Catholic Crusaders Sports Network. The Regional Semifinal at Madison County High School is a 6pm game Pensacola time, and live play-by-play for all remaining games this year will be broadcast on the website [...]
As the Pensacola City Council considered blessing a collection of ordinances that are “not directed toward any particular group,” a young woman relayed to them her experience years ago of being homeless. “I had to sleep in my car,” she told the council. “That was very scary in and of [...]
Don't tell C.C. Elebash, but there is new evidence that baseball stadiums help local economies. In the June 2013 issue of the Journal of Sports Economics, Nola Agha, Assistant Professor of the Sport Management Program at the University of San Francisco, has published a study that shows that [...]
Stars and Stripes reports that the chief of the Air Force’s sexual assault prevention and response branch--Lt. Col. Jeffrey Krusinski-- was arrested by Arlington, Va. police this weekend and charged with sexual battery. Krusinski, 41, is accused of approaching a woman in a parking lot and [...]
Escambia County Supervisor of Elections David Stafford has told the IN that 1,600 votes have been cast the GOP primary for House District 2 in Escambia County as 3 p.m. Only 271 are Early Voting, balance are returned Absentee Ballots.
The Tennessean, Nashville's daily newspaper, has announced that Nashville International Airport will begin offering in November two daily nonstop Southwest flights to Pensacola. Read more.
Playing on President Barack Obama’s recent comments concerning California Attorney General Kamala Harris, a conservative website has encouraged readers to vote for the country’s “most attractive female attorney general.” Now in the third and final round of the contest, the website is [...]
The Escambia County RESTORE Act Advisory Committee will hold its first meeting in the county’s downtown administrative building this afternoon. The relocation allows for the meetings to be videoed and broadcast. Today’s RESTORE meeting includes two economic development presentations. The [...]
Last time Mayor Ashton Hayward lobbed such a proposed ordinance onto the table, citizens referred to the effort as “sick,” “bonkers” and “immoral and very, very sad.” Pensacola City Council members called it “too broad,” “unconstitutional” and “absolutely, quite frankly, [...]
A number of Northwest Florida projects received funds today as part of the Natural Resource Damage Assessment process associated with the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Here is a press release from the governor’s office, with a list of the restoration projects. press release: Today, [...]
U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Shaun Donovan today awarded $4,242,304 in a second round of grants to support18 local homeless housing and service programs in Florida. Provided through HUD’s Continuum of Care programs, funding announced today will ensure these HUD-assisted [...]