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Presser Notes: A Plea for Local COVID Controls

By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly As fall winds toward the colder months of winter, Northwest Florida COVID cases are on the rise. More worrisome, hospitalizations also…

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Posted in Escambia County

County confirms FDLE investigation into ‘bug’

After Inweekly reported that an eavesdropping device was found on the fourth floor of the county office complex, the county has confirmed the Florida Department…

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Posted in Escambia County Politics

Who bugged BCC offices?

Since early September, Inweekly has heard that someone may have installed listening devices on the fourth floor of the Escambia County Administration Complex, where the…

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Posted in Health

Hospitalizations continue to climb

When CivicCon held a session with local health care leaders on Monday, Nov. 23, Escambia County’s dashboard reported 90 hospitalizations. Today, the county reports 108–…

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Posted in Recovery

Moody wants CARES extended

Press release: Attorney General Ashley Moody is urging Congress to extend the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act funding until the end of 2021….

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Posted in Recovery

Andrade to host 2nd town hall on bridge

State Rep. Alex Andrade will host a Town Hall Meeting to discuss the details and projected timeline for repairs to the Pensacola Bay Bridge. The…

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Posted in Recovery

SBA Business Recovery Center closes Dec. 1

The SBA Business Recovery Center in Escambia Counties closes permanently at 8 pm tomorrow (Tues., Dec. 1). Dec. 1 is also the deadline to apply…

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Posted in Health

COVID ‘wavelet’ continues

With testing down  38% over the long holiday period, the Florida Department of Health reported only 659 new cases for the week ending Nov. 28…

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Posted in Crime

2019 NAS shooting reports points to self-radicalization, lack of coordination and toxic climate

As we approached the anniversary of the attack by 2nd Lt. Mohammed Alshamrani, a 21-year-old Royal Saudi Air Force member,  that killed three sailors and…

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