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Weekly Roundup

By Ana Ceballos Recap and analysis of the week in state government and politics TALLAHASSEE — On Valentine’s Day two years ago, tragedy struck Parkland,…

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Cyberattack on city was predictable

After experiencing a cyberattack on Dec. 7, 2019 that impacted the City of Pensacola’s network, the city engaged Deloitte & Touche LLP to assess the…

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Andrade gets General ‘Chappie’ James Memorial Bridge added to House bill

State Rep. Alex Andrade was successful in getting the new Pensacola Bay Bridge to be named after Pensacola hero General “Chappie” James. He got the…

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Mardi Gras krewes seek make-up safety meeting from SRIA

This letter was shared with Inweekly: Director Ghio, SRIA Board Members, County Commissioners and ECSO staff, I am writing to express my extreme disappointment and…

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ECUA picks new director

The Emerald Coast Utilities Authority finally has selected its next executive director, J. Bruce Woody. For the past nine years, Woody has been the city…

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Spanish speakers needed for primary

The Escambia County Supervisor of Elections is looking for Spanish speakers willing to assist in their office with the Presidential Preference Primary. This volunteer opportunity…

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Who are you voting for?

Who are you voting for? Seriously, we want to know. Florida’s Presidential Preference Primary is less than a month away, and we are looking for…

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Salzman passes Hill in fundraising

GOP challenger Michelle Salzman raised more in January than District 1 State Representative Mike Hill (R) has collected since he announced his re-election bid in…

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City/Haas survey results

The City of Pensacola has received results from the 2019 Resident Satisfaction Survey, which it said in a press release showed an overall satisfaction with…

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