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Five years ago, Malcolm Thomas and the Middle

The Brownsville Fallout By Sean Boone Published Feb. 11, 2010 A Community Must Wait Longer For Saving Grace It’s a Wednesday afternoon in late January;…

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District set to sell Brownsville Middle School to near scrap yard

School Superintendent Malcolm Thomas has found a buyer for Brownsville Middle School, which has been closed since 2007. G.S.I. Brokerage, Inc., a sister corporation of…

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Rejected

SUPERINTENDENT REFUSES FINAL OFFER FOR BROWNSVILLE SCHOOL The pastor of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church had to give it one more try on Friday, Nov. 12….

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Thomas barely holds on to Paul FCAT gains

Superintendent Malcolm Thomas dismisses the one point drop in FCAT reading scores for third graders in the Friday edition of the BP marketing solution, Pensacola…

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Closed school becomes community center

Not in Pensacola or Escambia County. Mobile Press Register reports that for $10 a year in rent, the city of Mobile will have a new…

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#1 Pensacola Drug Dealer Spot

The corner of A and Jackson streets is where drugs are sold daily openly on the street. It’s not secret. Everyone in that community knows…

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Posted in Escambia County News Politics

School has other buyers for Brownsville

From the PNJ article on the canceled sale of Brownsville Middle School: “Norm Ross, deputy superintendent, said the School District has received some other inquiries…

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Brownsville Middle School deal is off

Friendship Missionary Baptist Church has withdrawn its offer for Brownsville Middle School after Superintendent of Schools Malcolm Thomas refused to extend the due diligence period…

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Bid integrity

There are four hot topics being discussed around town: Malcolm Thomas and the Brownsville Middle School fiasco Consolidation – what will happen next? Victor Steen…

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