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PS podcasts: Lumon May on new county jail and SYSA

On Pensacola Speaks on News Talk 1370 WCOA, Escambia County Commissioner Lumon May talked Friday afternoon about the new county jail and his work in with Southern Youth Sports Association. Pensacola Speaks airs on News Talk 1370 WCOA Monday-Friday from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. You can call in and join the [...]

PS today: Charlotte’s Web, City Council and New Jail

PS today: Charlotte’s Web, City Council and New Jail

The slate of interviews on today's Pensacola Speaks includes Tallahassee insider Ryan Wiggins on Charlotte's Web, Pensacola City Councilman Charles Bare on the surprises at last night's council meeting, and Commissioner Lumon May on the progress on the new jail. Pensacola Speaks airs weekdays [...]

Pensacola Speaks: Hovind guilty, find out how it went down

Pensacola Speaks:  Hovind guilty, find out how it went down

On Pensacola Speaks today, I will interview Chris Klotz, who represented Dr. Kent Hovind's co-defendent Paul John Hansen. This morning, the jury in the federal trial found Hovind guilty on one of four counts he was facing, and his co-defendant Hansen on two of five. Hovind was found guilty of [...]

By 3-2 vote, Spanish, British, French and Confederate flags brought back to Pensacola Bay Center

By 3-2 vote, Spanish, British, French and Confederate flags brought back to Pensacola Bay Center

The Escambia Board of County Commissioners voted, 3-2, to allow the five historical flags approved by the Pensacola City Council to be flown over all county buildings. Commission Grover Robinson, who sponsored the resolution, was joined by Wilson Robertson, who made the motion in 2000 to fly [...]

NAACP offers ‘compromise’ on Confederate flag issue

NAACP offers ‘compromise’ on Confederate flag issue

The Pensacola branch of the NAACP has sent a letter to the Escambia Board of County Commissioners titled: "Economic Development Committee Flag Response and Proposed Compromise Solution." While citing how divisive the Confederate flag is in the community, it appears that George Hawthorne, [...]

Aero Sekur expanding to Pensacola, bringing more jobs to area

Aero Sekur expanding to Pensacola, bringing more jobs to area

Aero Sekur, specialist in helicopter lift-raft and flotation systems, announces a relocation and expansion of its US subsidiary from Parsippany, New Jersey to larger premises in Pensacola, Florida. The announcement will be publicized during the 2015 Heli-Expo in Orlando, Florida, March 2 to [...]

What did I learn yesterday on WCOA

What did I learn yesterday on WCOA

We launched Pensacola Speaks yesterday. The one-hour format will take some adjusting on my part, but the guests were solid. What did I learn? 1. Escambia County Commissioner Lumon May said the gambling vs. pot issue is a discussion being held at the state level between Gov. Rick Scott and [...]

Pensacola Speaks returns at 5 pm today: Pot farms, casinos, D.C. political intrigue and Pensacon up for discussion

Pensacola Speaks returns at 5 pm today: Pot farms, casinos, D.C. political intrigue and Pensacon up for discussion

Pensacola Speaks returns to WCOA 1370 AM after a six-year hiatus. The original popular talk show on WCOA began in 1960, and featured many well known personalities through its history including Don Priest, Dave Pavlock, Russ Minshew, Don Parker and Luke McCoy. The show will run from 5-6 p.m. [...]

Another May seeks political office

Another May seeks political office

LaRuby May, sister of Escambia County Commissioner Lumon May, is set to announce her candidacy for Washington, D.C Ward 8, the city council seat held by the late Marion Berry. May organized the ground game in Ashton Hayward's first race in 2010 and for her brother's 2012 commission race. She [...]

Westside Branch Library at Legion Field Ribbon Cutting Ceremony tomorrow

Westside Branch Library at Legion Field Ribbon Cutting Ceremony tomorrow

A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held for the Westside Branch Library at Legion Field tomorrow, Tuesday, September 30, 11 a.m., 1301 W. Gregory St., Pensacola. The Westside Branch Library is part of the West Florida Public Library System and is now located inside the Theophalis May Neighborhood [...]

County report: Wedgewood Pit Tour Video

On July 18, Escambia County Commissioner Lumon May and State Representative Mike Hill toured the Wedgewood neighborhood to get a firsthand look at the various pit and landfill projects currently in operation in the neighborhood. The tour took place after Commissioner May and the entire Escambia [...]

Tour de Force for Hill, May and Wedgewood

Tour de Force for Hill, May and Wedgewood

The tour of the Wedgewood area landfills and pits yesterday was a perfect example of what can happen when state and county officials work together on an issue. For the first in nearly half a century, the residents of the Wedgewood area neighborhoods felt their elected officials were listening. I [...]

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