Posted in Pensacola

Pensacola police chief finalists

The selection committee for the next Chief of Police for the Pensacola Police Department has recommended three finalists to move forward in the selection process…

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The move to make county government white-only

In March 1977, a class action was filed on behalf of Escambia County’s Black voters that challenged the at-large system for electing county commissioners (McMillan…

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Wind, Rain and Walkability

Public Gets a Look at Hashtag, Phase I by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Weathering the wind and rain, overlooking the chop in Pensacola Bay as it…

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Posted in Education

How does waiver impact Warrington Middle?

Escambia awaits clarification from DOE by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Last week, Florida Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran issued an emergency order waiving accountability measures tethered to…

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Posted in Politics

Gaetz’s spokesman and his potty month

In today’s New York Times,  Harlan Hill, president of  The Logan Circle Group, is identified as embattled Congressman Matt Gaetz’s spokesman.  Who is Harlan Hill?…

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Posted in Veterans

Groundbreaking for Monument to Women Veterans

Monument to Women Veterans announces a groundbreaking event for a museum and monument to women veterans, and the announcement of a
state-of-the-art national training center in…

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Assessment Tests Reprieve

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Educators and students received some much anticipated news last Friday: Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran issued an emergency order waiving state assessment…

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‘Better Together’ essay winners

Together Pensacola, a nonprofit whose mission is to promote equality and value of all citizens in the Pensacola Bay area, sponsored a essay contest for…

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Presser Notes: Homeless Plan, the Exodus Club & Dottie

by Jeremy Morrison Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson was a few minutes late Monday morning to his weekly press conference, but it was for a pretty…

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