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Presser Notes: When’s It Safe to Take Off the Masks?

Plus: Affordable Housing, Re-openings and Restrooms (Both Pricey and Cheap) by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly On the other side of the Labor Day holiday, decisions will…

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Pensacola Affordable Housing Task Force wraps up work

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly The city of Pensacola lacks adequate affordable housing, but it may soon have a plan for how best to address the…

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Presser Notes: Two Storms and COVID make three

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson said Monday he’d been keeping an eye on the storms in the gulf — tropical storms Marco…

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Three-mile bridge walkway to open

Presser Notes: Benches, Poll Volunteers and the Golden Spike by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Pointing to downward trending stats on the coronavirus front, Pensacola Mayor Grover…

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Presser Notes: City Hall and Church

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Although Escambia County officials have declined to mandate the wearing of masks in public spaces — as the Pensacola City Council…

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Countdown for the Count

2020 Census Wrapping Up by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Every ten years, the United States government takes an official count of the country’s population. Currently, census…

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Escambia’s pregnant inmates face increased COVID risks

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly The prospects of COVID can be frightening. All the more so if you’re pregnant. And perhaps even more so if you’re…

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Local healthcare leaders discuss ‘marathon’ COVID fight

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly As the coronavirus season has stretched on and the pandemic has only intensified in states such as Florida, local health care…

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Bender shrugs off city mask resolution

By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Escambia County Commission Vice Chairman Robert Bender isn’t itching to institute a mask mandate. “I would say the county supports wearing…

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