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Race isn’t the problem with public education either

Some in the Escambia County School District administration offices will privately say that problems with Escambia schools are tied to race – too many minority…

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Morgan responds

Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan called an “all hands” meeting this afternoon to respond to allegations made by woman who is serving a 25-year prison…

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Hill loves Inweekly now

After being called “fake news” for two weeks by the state lawmaker and his supporters, Inweekly has picked up an unlikely new fan–Rep. Mike Hill….

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Magaha passes

Former Escambia County Clerk of the Court Ernie Lee Magaha, Sr. passed away yesterday at the age of  91. Magaha first ran for clerk of…

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Transit union claims agreement, county says negotiations still open

Michael A. Lowery, the president and business agent for the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1395, AFL-CIO, says the union had reached a labor agreement at…

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Poll: Hill has support, but not so much for his issues

In a InWeekly/Political Matrix poll of 450 likely Republican voters in State House District 1, we found that 52.4 percent would re-elect controversial State Rep….

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FB BCC attacks contagious?

Ryan Nicol of Florida Politics reports that GOP Brevard Commissioner Bryan Lober last week went after  Stacey Patel, who serves as the chair of the Brevard Democratic…

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Voters show no support for paying legal fees for commissioners over FB comments

Escambia County Commissioner Doug Underhill is looking for the taxpayers to pay to defend him against a lawsuit concerning comments he made on Facebook. The…

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Bridge Name Game

By Danielle Brown, Inweekly Tensions ran high among Escambia and Santa Rosa County citizens in the final public meeting over renaming the Pensacola Bay Bridge….

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