Posted in Escambia County

FDLE releases report on eavesdropping of county offices

Inweekly received the investigative report on the  bugging of a conference room adjacent to Escambia County Administrator Janice Gilley’s office in the Ernie Lee Magaha…

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Posted in Guns Pensacola

City may buy back guns

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly The City of Pensacola may be taking a direct approach to getting guns off the street: buying the weapons, no questions…

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Posted in Pensacola

Fred Levin Tales

In the Jan. 21 issue, I shared a few of my favorite tales told by the late Fred Levin and his friends. Some on my…

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Posted in Pensacola

CPAC prepares for ‘lively’ town halls

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly For months now, Pensacola’s Citizens Police Advisory Committee has discussed and debated the dynamics between law enforcement and the local community,…

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Posted in Politics

Milton makes history with Tiny Homes ordinance

A tiny homes ordinance recently adopted by the Milton City Council aims to provide affordable, creative housing options in the City of Milton. The ordinance,…

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Living the Dream Pensacola goes virtual today

Despite a raging pandemic, a difficult hurricane recovery, and simmering political unrest, the Living the Dream Pensacola committee announced this week that the decade-long tradition…

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Posted in Escambia County Health

Buzz: DeSantis cuts vaccines for Escambia – update

Sources have told Inweekly that Gov. Ron DeSantis has cut the next week’s vaccine shipment for Escambia County from 8,000 to 800. Update – Monday,…

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County seeks to get CARES check to 2500 households

The Escambia County Board of County Commissioners yesterday advised staff to reach out again to approximately 2,500 Family CARES Grant applicants who do not have…

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Grover’s Midweek Q&A: COVID, the bridge & the homeless

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson addressed a collection of items Wednesday during his Facebook Live Q&A session, among them the ongoing repairs…

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