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Buzz: Morgan gets petitions signed

Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan has met the petition requirement for qualification to be on the 2012 ballot for Sheriff. There were 1,996 validated petitions…

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Buzz: Council workshop agenda grows

Buzz: Pensacola Councilwoman Sherri Myers (District 2) has requested that following items be added to the Council workshop that has been called by the council…

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Buzz: MPDP loses another day in court

Maritime Park Development Partners, the former developer of the Community Maritime Park that was headed by Scott Davison, had its motions in federal denied yesterday…

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Woodland Heights proposals rejected

Mayor Ashton Hayward sent out on June 30 a letter to the architectural and engineering firms that bid on the Community Resource Center to be…

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Buzz: Jeremiah Wright coming to Pensacola

Jeremiah Wright, Pastor Emeritus of Trinity United Church of Christ, may be coming to preach. And the Republicans and Tea Party folks are going nuts…

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Buzz:Merrill wants Feinberg to make us whole

Collier Merrill, fresh from a special event at the James Beard House in NYC, told the IN yesterday that he’s tired of hearing excuses from…

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Buzz: Police unveil undercover operation

We got this press release: A press conference is scheduled for 10 a.m. today (Monday, June 27) at the Pensacola Police Department, 711 N. Hayne…

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Buzz: Fear of Jane’s Addiction

Some Pensacola Beach businesses are spreading rumors that Jane’s Addiction will bring a negative element to the beach. They fear riots and uncontrolled lawlessness. After…

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Buzz: Mark O’Brien laid off

The buzz is longtime PNJ columnist Mark O’Brien has been laid off. On his Facebook page, O’Brien has posted: Don’t weep for me, Pensacola. I…

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