Posted in Escambia County Pensacola

Poll: Voters like new monuments

In a recent poll by The Political Matrix of 848 Escambia County residents, we found that 55.7% would like a monument commission implemented to look…

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Posted in Business Florida Health

Florida travelers to be quarantined by NY – update

New York, New Jersey and Connecticut issued a travel advisory that requires people arriving from states with high coronavirus rates, such as Florida, to quarantine…

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Posted in Business Health

Bar owner says he’s a ‘scapegoat’

The owner of the Knight’s Pub in Orlando contends that his bar is being used as a “scapegoat” after the state suspended its alcoholic beverage…

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Posted in Escambia County News Pensacola

Peek at Inweekly June 25 issue

We will start delivering this issue to news stands late this afternoon:

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Posted in Business Caring

One out of three kids inside the city of Pensacola lives in poverty

NorthEscambia.com yesterday published an article that showed the zip codes north of I-10 have a wide range of poverty levels, from the lowest in the…

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Posted in Education

Masks to be required when UWF reopens

The Florida Board of Governors approved the University of West Florida’s Fall 2020 Reopening Plan during its meeting on Tuesday, June 23. The plan was…

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Posted in Florida

Don Gaetz appointed to Florida Ethics Commission

Florida Senate President Bill Galvano (R-Bradenton) today announced the appointment of former Senate President (2012-2014) Don Gaetz to the Florida Commission on Ethics. President Gaetz…

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Posted in Pensacola

Poll: City voters split on monument removal, County voters want it to stay

According to a recent poll conducted by The Political Matrix, city of Pensacola voters are divided on whether the Confederate monument in the city’s Lee…

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Posted in Caring

Meals on Wheels volunteers needed

In the past two weeks, Council on Aging of West Florida has enrolled more than 300 people in its pandemic-related Meals on Wheels expanded program….

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