Posted in Escambia County

And now this: Sheriff Morgan refuses to release homicide details to PNJ because of cartoon

Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan is upset over a PNJ editorial cartoon. He has instructed his public relations unit to no longer give direct comment…

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Posted in Business

Podcast: Studer announces best bosses

On “Pensacola Speaks,” Quint Studer announced the winners of his best boss contest. His column will run Sunday in the PNJ.

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Studer: Depth, not breadth [podcast]

Yesterday, Quint Studer discussed his upcoming PNJ column on “Pensacola Speaks.” He talked about a common mistake many start-ups make when they try to do…

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Posted in Politics

Pensacola Speaks: Andy Marlette @ 5:30

PNJ Andy Marlette will be my guest today on News Talk 1370 WCOA’s “Pensacola Speaks.” We’ll talk about his Sunday cartoon and his column: “The…

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As reported, PNJ raises subscription rate

When I reported on the Pensacola News Journal’s implementation of a paywall—meaning their websites would no longer be free, I wrote that their print subscriptions…

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Posted in BP Disaster

Move EOC to Beach, Key or Downtown

BTW: I am boycotting the EOC – a facility set up miles away from our beaches, a facility that was built to be a bomb…

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Posted in Escambia County News Politics

Did Valentino solicit campaign contributions from his office?

The Florida Statutes state it is illegal for an elected official to solicit campaign contributions from his government office. PNJ reporter Jamie Page reports on…

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Road, Inc. still gets special treatment

Cody Rawson and his road construction company, Road’s Inc., is still getting preferential treatment from the Escambia Board of County Commission. Jamie Page reports on…

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Posted in Escambia County Pensacola

Valentino to back new arts group

According to today’s PNJ, Commissioner Gene Valentino will introduce a resolution at the BOCC’s Jan. 7 meeting to cease funding the Arts Council of Northwest…

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