The Buzz 8/1/19

LEGION Act The U.S. House passed the bipartisan LEGION Act on Tuesday, July 23, extending the recognized wartime era back to Dec. 7, 1941. The LEGION Act—Let Everyone Get Involved in Opportunities for National…

City Enters Budget Season

By Jeremy Morrison The Pensacola City Council began its wade into Mayor Grover Robinson’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2020 over the course of a pair of workshops in late July. The $245 million…

Justice for Tymar 


Family and Supporters Rally for Tymar Crawford By C. Scott Satterwhite On Friday, July 5, Pensacola police officers pulled a 28-year-old African American driver to the side of the road for a somewhat routine…

Inweekly Turns 20: Part 4

2015-2019 Inweekly celebrates its 20th anniversary this month. Rather than attempting to cram two decades of articles into one issue, we’ve decided to break it up and cover over our four July issues the…

AR Skateboarding

By Jeremy Morrison Skateboarders in Pensacola will soon have a public skatepark near downtown, as the city intends to construct one beneath I-110 as part of the larger Hollice T. Williams Greenway project. Before…

The Buzz 7/25/19

Cervantes Safety FDOT is looking for public feedback on its plans for West Cervantes. The department wants to know how people who use the street feel about the improvements aimed at making the route…

The Buzz 7/18/19

Broxson Files Chappie Bill State Sen. Doug Broxson (R-Gulf Breeze) has submitted legislation to name the new Pensacola Bay Bridge, the “General Daniel ‘Chappie’ James Jr. Bridge.” Senator Broxson stated, “General James is an…

Lorax Fever

By Jeremy Morrison Local regulations aimed at protecting trees can be a contentious issue—environmentalists forever rallying for greater protections and the development community always bristling at the notion of increased logistical or financial hurdles…

Inweekly Turns 20: Part 3

2009-2014 Inweekly celebrates its 20th anniversary this month. Rather than attempting to cram two decades of articles into one issue, we’ve decided to break it up and cover over our four July issues the…

The Buzz 7/11/19

The Tale of Two School Districts At the end of June, the Florida Department of Education released the state assessment grades for the school districts. Santa Rosa County sent out a letter touting its…

Inweekly Turns 20: Part 2

2004-2009 Inweekly is celebrating our 20th anniversary this month. Rather than attempting to cram two decades of highlights into one week, we’ve decided to break it up and use all four July issues to…



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