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For second time, judge rules against school district’s unfair bid practices

For the second time, a judge has declared the bid practices of the Superintendent Malcolm Thomas and the Escambia County School District unfair and ordered…

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Over 33,000 absentee ballots have been mailed to Escambia voters

Absentee ballots are available upon request, Supervisor of Elections David Stafford told Inweekly yesterday. Over 33,000 absentee ballots have been sent out as of Tuesday,…

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July 25 blog posts over the past 12 years

2017: Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward announced, in a press release, that he has reached a tentative agreement on a new three-year collective bargaining agreement with…

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Transit Union endorses three candidates for Commission D4 race

Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1395, AFL_CIO has co-endorsed Boyce White. Greg Litton and Robert Bender for Escambia County Commission District 4 GOP primary. Boyce, Greg…

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Poll: Adams, Hetherington and Williams lead school board races

The latest Inweekly/Political Matrix poll shows the Escambia County school board candidates have begun to separate themselves, but more than a third of the likely…

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Gloves come off in D2 debate

By Duwayne Escobedo…. The District 2 Escambia County Commissioner “Meet the Candidates” forum gave off a warm and fuzzy feeling until the closing statements. That’s…

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Grand jury report on ECUA sealed

The Office of the State Attorney announced today that an Escambia County Grand Jury has completed its review into complaints and allegations involving the Emerald…

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Commission D2 candidates answers questions about business climate

From the Greater Pensacola Chamber candidate survey: Alan McMillan Q1 Rate the regulatory climate for business in Escambia County. Is it Good/Fair/Bad? Explain your answer….

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Commission D4 candidates asked about economic development

From the Greater Pensacola Chamber candidate surveys: Q10: What role should county government take in attracting new businesses to the area? What types of jobs…

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