Posted in Escambia County

Jail construction update

By Duwayne Escobedo, Inweekly So far, the most expensive public building project in Escambia County history remains on target for completion by May 28, 2020….

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Escambia County to Conduct Employee Survey

by Duwayne Escobedo, Inweekly –Escambia County plans to join major corporations and small businesses by conducting annual employee engagement surveys to gage its performance. Quint…

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Posted in Business Escambia County

Updating PEDC

By Duwayne Escobedo, Inweekly The Pensacola-Escambia Promotion and Development Commission  (PEDC) would allow people to serve on its nine-member board who live outside Escambia County…

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Posted in Education

‘Alarming’ kick allegedly spurred by ‘N’ Word

By Duwayne Escobedo, Inweekly WEAR and WKRG last weekend reported “alarming” violence at Workman Middle School between two eighth grade boys. Both TV stations said…

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Bay Bridge Update:Traffic Flow a Priority Across Bay [see phases]

By Duwayne Escobedo Inweekly Susan Woolf is already in the process of moving from Gulf Breeze to Pensacola to avoid future traffic snarls during the…

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Posted in Business Politics

Locals concerned about war on media

By Duwayne Escobedo President Donald Trump and his administration have declared war on the media. This war includes banning major news organizations critical of his…

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Posted in Environment Pensacola

Save Carpenters Creek Town Hall: Commissioner shows, Pensacola mayor MIA

By Duwayne Escobedo Inweekly George Sanders recalled as a 5-year-old boy learning to swim on Carpenters Creek. The 80-year-old said there were four crystal clear…

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CIE rebrands as Co:Lab

By Duwayne Escobedo FloridaWest revealed a new name and new branding Wednesday for its Gulf Coast Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship or CIE for short….

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First phase of Olive Road work to finish in February 2018

By Duwayne Escobedo Escambia County Commissioner Grover Robinson remembers seeing students trudging through the ditches along Olive Road to get to Ferry Pass Middle School….

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