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More on LuTimothy May

The nominee packet issue for the CMPA Board of Trustees did not have the full bio on Rev. LuTimothy May. Here it is: A native Pensacolian, LuTimothy May is a natural and trained leader. He has been called one of the most promising and influential young leaders of Northwest Florida. His [...]

Portofino Medical Spa closed

The Gulf Breeze News reports today that Portofino Medical Spa was forced to close due to a state requirement mandating that all medical spas must have a full-time, on-site medical director, according to a notice on the front door of the building. Read more

Do not eat Escambia Bay fish

"In this case, (people) might think twice about eating fish and seafood out of Escambia Bay. It really is a matter of risk-a personal health risk," Dick Snyder says. Snyder is director of the Center for Environmental Diagnostics and Bioremediation and a biology professor at the University of West [...]

PJC players will sign with Hawaii

From Honolulu Advertiser: Petras Balocka and Lasha Parghalava are committed to playing for the Rainbow Warriors next season, according to their junior college coach. Both players will sign national letters of intent next week to play for Hawai'i in the 2008-09 season. Balocka is a 6-foot-8, [...]

Radio: BBQ Joints

Radio: BBQ Joints

IN Your Head Radio tackles the national - and times, local - news stories that listeners might miss or get brief sound bites on. We've had a few big names - like Rudy Guilliani - but mainly we have reporters and experts on the news stories like the Obama/Clinton battle, Save Tibet, Recession and [...]

Markes back in court

Both the News Journal (Mom back in court ) and the Daily News ( Erin Markes headed to court ) have stories on Erin Markes, the Pace mother charged with criminal neglect. I also have an article in today's IN (Beyond the Media Frenzy) that goes into more detail about the boy's condition. PNJ [...]

Radio: DCF safety net

Radio: DCF safety net

On April 9, I interviewed Janice Thomas, Circuit Administrator for the Department of Children and Families (DCF) about the safety net for single mothers like Erin Markes. The conversation moved quickly into how many abused children and adults that DCF has to take care of in this area. Listen: [...]

CMPA Board nominees

Here are the nominees to replace Hugh King on the Community Maritime Park Associates Board of Trustees. The vote should be Friday - by the CMPA - for the replacement. Nominees: Bentina Terry Darnell Sims Sam Horton Grace Resendez McCaffery Lester Smith LuTimothy May Michael [...]

What Dave Murzin is doing

When I wrote about the lack of substantive bills being proposed by our local legislative delegation, state Rep. David Murzin sent me this note: On Tuesday, March 4 the 2008 Legislative Session began, and like my colleagues in the House I have filed six bills for consideration this Session. [...]

City commission cuts salaries

City commission cuts salaries

In recognition of the budget-slashing era in which local governments and their constituents find themselves, Hillsboro Beach's commissioners voted to halve their salaries. Previously, four commissioners earned $3,600 a year; Mayor Carmen R. McGarry was paid $7,800. Commissioners Alan J. Polin, [...]

Meadows new PJC president

Pensacola Junior College’s District Board of Trustees extended an invitation to Dr. Charles E. Meadows to become the college’s sixth president during a special session Tuesday, April 8. The trustees elected him unanimously. PJC Board of Trustees Chair Vincent Andry called Meadows to [...]

West FL RPC gets $1mil from EPA

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is awarding four communities in Florida with $2.2 million in brownfields grants to help revitalize former industrial and commercial sites, turning them from problem properties to productive community use. The communities in Florida receiving [...]

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