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Century Mayor faces ethics charge

WEAR TV reported last night that Century Mayor Evelyn Hammond is facing ethics charges. The first allegation centers on the mayor’s son, Eddie Hammond, who…

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INweekly.net updates

TuesDaily Dose Whitehead rebuilds image on taxes, Rubio and Murzin. News Herald writes about Girls Gone Wild founder Joe Francis. The rest you can just…

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New Alt Report: Lillie and Leander

I’m producing “The Alt Report” for GoLeft.tv. The segment features stories reported by alt-weekly newspapers across the country and that are overlooked by the mainstream…

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State Farm premiums up… so are profits

From the Insurance Journal: State Farm generated a record $5.32 billion profit last year. In 2005 – due to Hurricane Katrina – the insurance giant…

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Pensacola too small for major events

In the daily newspaper’s article on Jimmy Lee ending his relationship with The Boeing Championship, [formerly Blue Angel Classic, formerly Emerald Coast Classic, formerly Pensacola…

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INweekly newspaper summaries

MonDaily Dose Mobile looks for school superintendent (He’s not elected). Ft. Walton Beach explodes. PNJ covers property taxes.

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May – third deadliest month in Iraq

Pentagon has confirmed 110 fatalities in May with as many as 12 more as yet unconfirmed . The two deadliest months occurred in April and…

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Pink Flamingos are back

From Sun-Sentinel: The original pink flamingo lawn ornament, the symbol of kitsch whose obituary was almost written after its central Massachusetts manufacturer went out of…

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What is in the Sunday papers?

The Pensacola News Journal focuses on property taxes (Tax crisis hits home ) – an issue that no other major daily in the state is…

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