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White House task force has Pensacola Metro Area in red zone

The Orlando Sentinel obtained a copy of last week’s White House COVID-19 Task Force report. The Pensacola-Ferry Pass-Brent metro area is in the red zone (#2…

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FDOH COVID Dashboard shows COVID cases increased faster outside city limits

The Florida Department of Health dashboard breaks down cases by zip code. Since June 30 when the city of Pensacola issued a mask order the…

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Triumph continues to fund high-paying jobs and workforce training

The Triumph Gulf Coast Board announced its latest round of grants – that “bring either or both new high-paying jobs and certified workforce training.”  None…

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Escambia sets new COVID record

The Florida Department of Health reports Escambia County had 268 new COVID cases on Thursday, Dec. 17 and three deaths. The positivity rate was 13.41%….

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Andrade and Salzman get committee assignments

State Rep. Alex Andrade has been maned the GOP Whip for the Education & Employment Committee and will be focusing on these area – post-secondary,…

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Williamson gets key chairmanship

Florida Speaker of the House Chris Sprowls has appointed Rep. Jayer Williamson (District 3) as chairman of the Infrastructure & Tourism Appropriations Subcommittee to help…

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Pensacola eviction makes national news. Thank Judge Kinsey

The CDC issued a federal eviction moratorium in late September. Thanks to Judge Pat Kinsey, the moratorium has become meaningless in Pensacola. The CARES Act…

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Escambia COVID hits nearly 17 percent positivity

The Florida Department of Health reported yesterday that Escambia County recorded 240 positive cases for Tuesday, Dec. 15 – the most cases for a single…

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NorthEscambia confirms our report

This morning, NorthEscambia.com confirmed Inweekly’s report that Pensacola Police Chief Tommi Lyter will be newly-elected Sheriff Chip Simmons chief deputy, effective Jan. 5. “We continue…

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