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Summer classes begin May 11 at Pensacola State College

Pensacola State College will continue to hold online and live online broadcast classes during the summer semester. Session A begins Monday, May 11, however it…

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See who will help select new school superintendent

On Tuesday, the Escambia County School Board will vote to appoint the Superintendent Citizen Advisory Committee, which will help the board narrow down the applicants…

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COVID-19: Last Tuesday report

Escambia County had its fourth death today – one of 47 people who died since 11 a.m.  in Broward, Dade, Duval, Hillsborough, Lee, Manatee, Orange, Palm…

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UWF provides 3D-printed face shields

By Jeremy Morrison In an effort to address the shortage of frontline supplies for healthcare workers as they tend to the current coronavirus pandemic, the…

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COVID-19: Only one Escambia case is travel-related and more info

BY THE NUMBERS: CORONAVIRUS — MONDAY AFTERNOON EDITION March 23, 2020 NSF Staff TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Department of Health released updated numbers Monday about…

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WSRE launches ‘At Home’ learning next week

Starting next week, WSRE will begin airing a new daytime schedule of “At-Home Learning” PBS programs suited for students from Pre-K through 12th grade from…

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COVID-19: UWF president talks employees and students

Dr. Martha Saunders, president of the University of West Florida, sat down yesterday with Inweekly to discuss her plans for her employees. “When all of…

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Escambia County added to food program, starts next March 23

School Superintendent Malcolm Thomas, Commissioner Lumon May and Mayor Grover Robinson deserve kudos for getting Escambia County added to this program. Tallahassee, Fla. – Today,…

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COVID-19 updates

Navy Federal Credit Union has a Coronavirus case. School districts will not have testing, and students will not return for at least 45 days. Many…

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