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Visit Pensacola study predicts frustration and division are ahead

Visit Pensacola has shared a report by its marketing partner, Showcase Pensacola, that is based on COVID-19-related industry research. “We want to share this with…

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Posted in Business Escambia County Health

Fired union leader speaks out

From Mike Lowery, president of ATU Local 1395: As you reported on your blog. I was terminated at approximately 12:15 p.m. yesterday by Ed Spainhower,…

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Home Builders challenge Santa Rosa County’s school impact fee

The Home Builders Association of West Florida (HBA) has filed a lawsuit in the First Judicial Circuit Court against the Board of County Commissioners and…

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Think twice before sharing senior photo

From the Better Business Bureau of Northwest Florida: It seems harmless and fun! A bunch of friends on Facebook or other social media are sharing…

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Small Business recovery grants program

Escambia County and the City of Pensacola, in partnership with the UWF Small Business Development Center, FloridaWest EDA and the Greater Pensacola Chamber, have created…

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Help for small business owners – today

The Spring has partnered with gener8tor to offer a free two-week Emergency Response Program for small businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program features…

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Bingo bounced back to DeSantis

At its April 2 regular meeting, the Escambia County Commission had little appetite for issuing an emergency order closing any business—except for bingo parlors and…

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Posted in Business Escambia County Health Pensacola

County may furlough workers, City says jobs are safe

At the EOC press conference, Inweekly asked Mayor Grover Robinson and County Administrator Janice Gilley whether they would layoff any employees in April. The mayor…

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Interested in an April subscription?

We’re working on ways to make sure you can keep getting print issues of Inweekly safely. For starters, we’re putting as many copies as possible…

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