Posted in Politics

YMCA Deal Get the Green Light

By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Changes are afoot across northeast Pensacola’s recreational landscape. The city of Pensacola is moving ahead with a proposed soccer complex off…

Continue Reading
Posted in Pensacola

Town Hall: Y swap questioned

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly One topic dominated the city of Pensacola’s District 1 town hall Wednesday evening at the Vickery Community Center: the potential land-and-services…

Continue Reading
Posted in Pensacola

Poll: City split on YMCA/Soccer deal

For the past two months, residents in Scenic Heights, soccer families and Mayor Grover Robinson have fought over a proposal left over from the Hayward…

Continue Reading
Posted in Caring

Y opens doors to media tour

By Duwayne Escobedo Less than five days until it opens at 5 a.m. Monday to its members for the first time, the Pensacola Y gave…

Continue Reading
Posted in Business

Downtown renaissance becoming reality

The Institute for Human and Machine Cognition opened its new Pensacola headquarters, Levin Center for IHMC Research, on the edge of Aragon. The three-story, 30,000-square-foot…

Continue Reading
Posted in Business

Downtown Pensacola expands beyond Palafox

Downtown Pensacola is experiencing a rebirth right before our eyes. In the next 18 months or so, downtown Pensacola will expand beyond its main drag,…

Continue Reading
Posted in Caring News

Interview with Steve Williams on new YMCA location

Yesterday, I interviewed Steve Williams, board president of Northwest Florida YMCA, on IN Your Head Radio. He talks about his board’s decision to build its…

Continue Reading
Posted in Caring

YMCA is a winner

The Y is more than a building and its impact on the community is more than an exercise room. Every year, the YMCA brings together…

Continue Reading
Posted in Jeremy's Notebook

Wrestling with the CMPA & Selling the City

Toward the tail end of Monday’s two-plus hours of discussion regarding the leasing process for properties at the Community Maritime Park, City Attorney Jim Messer…

Continue Reading