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Food trucks are great for the community, but opponents have city council scared to act on ordinance

 

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Tristan Lawson

Staff Writer

Pensacola’s City Council has been debating and postponing the proposed food truck ordinance for about three years now. The most recent council meeting,

Wedgewood: Human life worth more than money made from human garbage

Josh Hart

Staff Writer

The citizens of Wedgewood pulled off an upset victory against corporate greed early this month, successfully persuading the county to shut down the Rolling Hills C&D (Construction and Demolition) Landfill. You see, the citizens of Wedgewood

Seeking a second wind: How to make it to the end of the semester without having a breakdown

Emily Doyle

Staff Writer

With the end of the semester in sight, University of West Florida’s students are relying more and more on caffeine and hope to make it till the end of finals.

UWF Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) …