Posted in Education

School board wades into reopening schools

“You’re kind of flying by the seat of you pants.” by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly With the start of the school year just weeks away, local…

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Posted in Escambia County Jail Politics

County Jail: Sewage, dry cereal, Sam’s Club ponchos

During the Friday, July 10 presser, Corrections Chief Powell praised his jail protocols for discovering the infections among inmates. Powell said, “The biggest thing is…

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Posted in Politics

BCC meetings tomorrow, encourages social distancing but not masks

The Escambia County Board of Commissioners will hold several meetings Thursday, July, 16. Public Forum will begin at 8:30 a.m., followed by the BCC Regular Meeting…

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Posted in News

Peek at Inweekly COVID-19 Ballsy Plan

This will go live at inweekly.net at noon.

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Posted in Health Politics

Pensacola MSA in top 20 metro hot spots for COVID

Axios reports of the 20 U.S. metro areas with the highest daily case growth, nine are in Florida, according to Nephron Research. Pensacola is among…

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Posted in Pensacola

Confederate Monument Dead

By Jeremy Morrison and Sydney Robinson After more than a century, Pensacola’s Confederate monument is coming down. In a five-hour marathon of a meeting Tuesday…

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Teachers: ‘Afraid of dying’

“They’re afraid they’ll possibly die.”- Darzell Warren, president of the Escambia Education Association. By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly In August, students in the Escambia County School…

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Posted in Health Politics

Poll: Voters want CARES funds to go to households, small businesses

This week Inweekly will publish its COVID-19 Ballsy plan. Escambia County is sitting on $14.32 million and trying to figure out to spend it. The…

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Posted in Pensacola

Wentworth covered up his KKK history

Historian, community activist and Pensacola City Council candidate Teniade Broughton has posted on her Facebook page a newspaper article from July 10, 1977 about the…

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