Lots of national ads cost $270,000 or more to make. This ad should not have been one of them.
Watson, a community activist who helped revive the ACLU's Panhandle chapter, has been named the new executive director of the ACLU of Alabama.
Quint Studer has received considerable pushback on his offer to help the YMCA build a new (and revenue-producing) facility at the Maritime Park. Do people in other cities have such...
What was included in Zimmerman's $39,500/month retainer fee? Not a lot, apparently.
Gálvez bust is only the latest example of vandalism. Dear idiots: please stop screwing it up for the rest of us.
The library system may get a dedicated funding source — one that taxes city and county residents equally — but it will leave city control as a result.
Commissioner Gene Valentino made the motion to hire Touart, so we can assume he's forgiven the whole "you tried to bribe me then ran against me" thing.
The city council will challenge Mayor Hayward's veto, but even if certain funds aren't reallocated to marketing, what's to stop them from being spent that way?
WFRPC is hosting several public involvement meetings about reopening East Government Street and "restoring the grid" in historic Seville.
The 360° Pensacola Beach observation wheel officially opened for business Tuesday as an unmissable addition to the island's skyline.