Posted in Escambia County Health

Buzz: DeSantis cuts vaccines for Escambia

Sources have told Inweekly that Gov. Ron DeSantis has cut the next week’s vaccine shipment for Escambia County from 8,000 to 800.

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Posted in Politics

County seeks to get CARES check to 2500 households

The Escambia County Board of County Commissioners yesterday advised staff to reach out again to approximately 2,500 Family CARES Grant applicants who do not have…

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Posted in Health

County hospitalizations hit record high

The Escambia County COVID-19 Dashboard reports the county has 291 hospitalizations – a new daily record. The dashboard reports the most recent weekly positivity rate…

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Posted in Escambia County

Grover’s Midweek Q&A: COVID, the bridge & the homeless

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson addressed a collection of items Wednesday during his Facebook Live Q&A session, among them the ongoing repairs…

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Posted in Florida State & National News

Huntsville lands Space Force HQ

By Jim Turner, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — U.S. Space Force’s permanent command headquarters will touch down in Alabama’s Huntsville Redstone Arsenal area…

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Posted in Escambia County Pensacola

West Cervantes work to begin

The Florida Department of Transportation will begin a $7 million construction project this month to improve pedestrian safety along a 2.2-mile section of West Cervantes…

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Posted in Politics

Fred Levin: Legal Lion passes

Fred Levin passed yesterday. I didn’t rush to post something about his death because I had to deal with my emotions of a Pensacola without…

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Posted in Health

12 more Escambia residents did not recover from COVID

According to the latest report from the Florida Department of Health, Escambia County has 12 more deaths due to COVID–54 for January, 426 since early…

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Posted in Education

Escambia County School Superintendent and School Board to hold a VIRTUAL Community Brief

Escambia County School District’s Superintendent Dr. Timothy A. Smith and the members of the Escambia County School Board kick off a community-wide strategic planning initiative…

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