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Presser Notes: Soccer Success, Campout Transition & COVID

by Jeremy Morrison Prior to getting into the meat of his weekly presser Monday morning, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson turned things over to Brian Wyer,…

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I-110 Homeless Camp stays for now

City Will Work to Transition Away From Site by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly The homeless encampment underneath a downtown stretch of Interstate-110 overpass can remain in…

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Posted in Environment

Green Money

Estuary Program Awards Second-Year Funding by Jeremy Morrison The Pensacola and Perdido Bays Estuary Program rolled out its second year of grant funding Thursday evening,…

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Footprint in the Sand

Pensacola’s Energy Assessment Measures Municipal Energy Usage by Jeremy Morrison Pensacola’s long-awaited environmental assessment has arrived. This week, the city unveiled its baseline greenhouse gas…

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Posted in Education

Science vs. Freedom?

ECSD’s mask debate rages on (as does Covid) by Jeremy Morrison The on-campus mask debate continued Tuesday evening during the Escambia County School District School…

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Homeless Task Force presents plan

By Jeremy Morrison The Homeless Reduction Task Force of Northwest Florida presented a report to the Pensacola City Council Monday on how best to spend…

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Posted in Politics

You Have the Right to an Attorney — Maybe

Escambia Examines Concerns Over Attorney Access at Jail by Jeremy Morrison Do inmates incarcerated in Escambia Country get full — and private — access to…

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Hurricane Sally offers lessons for the future

Report Outlines Storms’ Impacts, Opportunities for Improvements by Jeremy Morrison A year ago, Hurricane Sally hammered the local region with wind and rain, causing massive…

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Pensacola to seek path forward for food trucks [podcast]

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly About a week or so ago, the city of Pensacola began enforcing a parking ordinance that effectively prohibits food trucks from…

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