Posted in Caring

Ft. Pickens get underwater clean-up

The beach at Fort Pickens State Park will be getting spruced up this weekend. Dive Pros’ scuba club, 3rd Coast Divers, will be cleaning the…

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Posted in Business Environment Escambia County

Should FDEP cut IP a break?

PENSACOLA–Following the explosion at the International Paper mill in Cantonment in 2017, Jackie Lane began to notice something different in Perdido Bay. “It just immediately…

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Posted in Business Pensacola

Pensacola nears Pitt Slip deal

PENSACOLA–After nearly an hour of discussion during its agenda conference Monday, the Pensacola City Council appears ready to move on the leasing of the piece…

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Posted in Pensacola

Presser:Cervantes wall, 5G and art for youth

PENSACOLA–After breaking the ice with some warm-up announcements concerning UWF football, the seafood festival and a sailing league, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson got into the…

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Posted in Environment Business Escambia County

Concerns raised over International Paper bond hearing omission

PENSACOLA–The exchange, hidden within the confines of a TEFRA bond hearing, was so surreally weird as to be absurd. It involved a back-and-forth with Escambia…

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Posted in Pensacola

Presser notes: New bench @City Hall

With Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson away from city hall Monday, and Pensacola City Council President Andy Terhaar busy with a dental appointment, City Administrator Chris…

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Posted in Escambia County Politics

Haas deep dives on Hispanic population

The Hispanic population in the Escambia County area is not huge. It accounts for just over 5 percent of the population. But that’s projected to…

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Posted in Pensacola

Presser Notes: Barriers, Body Cams and Town Halls

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly When Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson takes a break from his weekly press conference, as he did last week on Labor Day,…

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Posted in Escambia County

Beach protections passed

By Jeremy Morrison BCC CHAMBERS—After months of hammering out the details with local beach advocates, Escambia County officials have passed an ordinance offering protections for…

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