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Past articles by Brittany:


Watch Fort Pickens history come to life with the return of the Pensacola Bay City Ferry

Pensacola Bay City Ferry Manager Joe Asebedo said reopening the route is only the start of an exciting season. → Read More


Escambia school grades improving under appointed superintendent. Pushback is 'smoke and mirrors.'

Community leaders say criticism of appointed superintendent system is political. → Read More


Milton is getting its own community market, based on Pace model

Taking notes from surrounding cities, Milton is getting a weekly community market of its own. → Read More


This East Hill pharmacist is playing Santa as she collects, replies to Christmas letters

East Hill Pharmacy Owner McClellan Grimm has taken it upon herself to be her neighborhood's Santa this year. She is collecting letters until Dec. 23. → Read More


Two Pensacola restaurants temporarily close after failed inspections. How did your favorite fare?

November was not easy for restaurants in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties. Two eateries temporarily closed, while a dozen others got many complaints. → Read More


Milton woman arrested in weekend stabbing in Pace that hospitalized one woman

Monique Garner, 32, of Milton, was arrested Saturday night in regards to a Pace stabbing that sent one woman to the hospital earlier that afternoon. → Read More


Blue Angels Homecoming Air Show draws thousands to NAS Pensacola in a true homecoming

Food, fun and flights dominated the day Friday in Pensacola as thousands gathered at the Naval Air Base for the Blue Angels Homecoming Air Show. → Read More


Milton Mayor Heather Lindsay is reelected to second term, beating two challengers

Heather Lindsay has been reelected as Milton's mayor over competitors Dan Stillings and Mary Johnson in Tuesday's election. → Read More


Incumbent Paul Fetsko wins District 2 seat on Escambia County School Board

Incumbent Paul Fetsko wins the District 2 seat on the Escambia County school board, beating challenger Ray Guillory. → Read More


Suspect in Pensacola's Wells Fargo bank robbery arrested in Key West

The bank robbery took place in Pensacola on Oct. 21. → Read More


Escambia School Board proposes new policy to keep challenged books in library

The Escambia County School Board has been under fire for making a Restricted Access section for challenged books, but they may have found a solution. → Read More


Enlist in an eating competition with some of Pensacola's top food trucks at 'Hunger Games'

The third-annual Food Truck Throwdown Hunger Games, started by 3-D Eats & Tea owner Sean DeSmet, will use food truck funds to support Bagdad teachers. → Read More


All-you-can-eat upscale Korean steakhouse, Chow Won, to replace former Egg Witts in Brent

The Chow Won Korean Steakhouse will offer built-in grills at the tables where guests can cook five different meats per round, plus Korean sides. → Read More


September restaurant inspections: Three Escambia, Santa Rosa restaurants temporarily close

The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation made monthly inspections. Here's what they found. → Read More


Flour-ish Comfort Food Truck brings homemade pizza, sweets to Pensacola's streets

Pensacola chef Chase Gilroy started making pizza for his wife, Jess McAtee, during her health struggles. Now he's cooking comfort food for the masses. → Read More


Chicken 'N the Egg permanently closes its doors on Pensacola Boulevard this week

A sign was posted on Chicken 'N the Egg's doors informing the public of its permanent closure. → Read More


Texan B's BBQ food truck setting up stationary location on Woodbine Road in Pace

Starting Sept. 1, Pensacola's Texan B's BBQ will have a regular home on Woodbine Road in Pace, replacing former food truck, Smoke Shak on Wheelz. → Read More


With every riff, scat and improvised melody, Jazz Pensacola is passing the torch

“Jazz only survives because of the community that supports it,” said Jazz Pensacola President Derrick Fishback. → Read More

Pensacola community leader died from Vibrio infection. What you should know about the bacteria

The Pensacola community has been mourning the death of SCI business director Rodney Jackson from Vibrio. Here's what to know about the bacteria. → Read More


Red velvet cake egg rolls? P'Cola Rolla thinks your favorite foods are better deep fried.

The days of eggrolls being limited to overlooked sides are long over, as two Pensacola food truck owners are giving them the spotlight they deserve. → Read More