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More statements on the death of George Floyd

Florida Sheriffs Association Statement on Death of George Floyd and Arrest of Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin “As President of the Florida Sheriffs Association and…

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Posted in Health

I-10 checkpoint closed

Motorists traveling from Alabama into Florida on Interstate 10 will no longer face being stopped for COVID-19 checks. The Florida Department of Transportation announced Friday…

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Posted in Escambia County Health

Escambia has third COVID-19 death in past four days

Escambia County has another COVID-19 death – third in four days, 36 year-to-date.  The death was a male, 90, who had been first diagnosed on…

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Posted in Caring Escambia County Politics

Escambia County: One out of every five children lives in poverty

The Florida Chamber Foundation’s Prosperity Initiative has taken on the goal of reducing the number of children in poverty to less than 10% by 2030….

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Posted in Business Escambia County Pensacola

Small business loans handed out

Yesterday morning, Kelly Massey of the UWF Small Business Development Center presented to the Escambia County Commission the list of 50 businesses were awarded Escambia…

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Posted in Business Escambia County

Ca c’est bon: Louisiana tourists can now vacation on Pensacola Beach

Escambia County  has updated its short-term vacation rental plan.  Now Louisianna  residents are allowed to vacation.   Good thing, since we’ve seen plenty of Louisiana tags…

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DOH: Escambia spike due to increased testing

DOH Escambia PIO Christine Freer told Inweekly that the agency appreciates our desire to better understand and analyze the data, but… “The increase in number…

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Posted in Caring Escambia County Pensacola Protests

Powerful video from local ministers: ‘The time is now’

A Reflection on MLK’s Letter from Birmingham Jail Clergy from seven historic downtown religious communities in Pensacola, FL reflect on Martin Luther King Jr’s “Letter…

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Posted in Education Entertainment

Pensacola MESS Hall reopens

After temporarily closing its doors in March to protect the health and safety of visitors, staff, and volunteers, the Pensacola MESS Hall has officially reopened…

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