Posted in Caring Pensacola

Fines for Givers

By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson discussed panhandling at his Monday press conference. His comments about fining those who give to panhandlers has…

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Posted in Caring Education

Help BTWHS chorus get to Carnegie Hall

The Booker T. Washington High School choral group, Vocal Harmony, is in the last weeks of its fundraiser to perform at Carnegie Hall in New…

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Posted in Caring Health

Statewide Poll: Huge support for smoking medical pot

The latest Inweekly/Political Matrix found that nearly two out of three Florida voters support legalizing the smoking of medical marijuana. Less than five percent of…

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Posted in Caring

Bodacious Evening with Pablo Cruise

Quint and Rishy Studer are hosting a Bodacious Evening with Pablo Cruise 7- 9 p.m. Sunday, March 17 at the REX Theatre, 18 N. Palafox…

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Posted in Business Entertainment

Ferry service has new operator

The National Park Service and HMS Ferries, Inc. have signed a 10-year concessions contract for the operation of Pensacola Bay Cruises.  HMS Ferries is the…

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Posted in Caring Escambia County Pensacola

State of Black Pensacola

UWF Haas Center study found African American community growing a faster rate than the white sector, but education is “still at the bottom of the…

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Posted in Entertainment Environment

Wedgewood continues to battle pollution

By Duwayne Escobedo, Inweekly reporter LaFanette Soles-Wood demanded the cleanup of contamination from the Rolling Hills C&D Recycling site continue. The Wedgewood native blames the…

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Posted in Entertainment Politics

PensaCon issues statement on bomb scare

Last night, PensaCon released a statement regarding the bomb threat the convention received on Friday, Feb. 15. Contrary to reports made on social media, PensaCon…

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Posted in Caring Florida

Williamson seeks $85 million for hurricane victims

By Jim Turner, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Repairs to the Mexico Beach pier and Florida State University, after damage in Hurricane Michael,…

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