If recent polls hold, Mike Hill may win tomorrow's GOP primary for the House District 2 seat. Does it matter that he's not currently a District 2 resident?
Clarence V. "Clay" Ford, who represented Pensacola and Gulf Breeze in the Florida House of Representatives, passed away Monday night after a battle with cancer.
"It has been determined that a formal plat is needed to allow the ability to sell the [Community Maritime Park] lots as oppose to leasing them."
At Monday's Committee of the Whole meeting, the Pensacola City Council voted 6-2 to approve — in concept, at least — a proposal to build a new YMCA facility at...
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...
A Wednesday workshop to discuss proposed changes to the Pensacola City Council's rules and procedures prompted a symbolic "mouth-gagging" protest by citizens who oppose a reduction in public input.
What was included in Zimmerman's $39,500/month retainer fee? Not a lot, apparently.
Attorney Doug Sale will assist the Pensacola City Council and its executive, Dr. Lila Cox, to revise the council's rules and procedures.
Judge Scott Duncan said that he was constrained by the narrow scope of the original lawsuit, so his September 28 order stands as written.
The Pensacola City Council welcomed three new members and one returning member on Tuesday and elected P.C. Wu to serve as council president.
Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward will continue his popular Taking City Hall to the Citizens series of town-hall meetings with a meeting in District 4 on Monday, November 26.