Posted in Escambia County State & National News

Become a delegate to Democratic National Convention

On Saturday, April 4, Escambia County Democrats will have the opportunity to vote on the Florida delegates to the Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin this…

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Dosh defended, Gilley danced

During the Gary Sansing Public Forum before the regular county commission meeting yesterday, Bob West, retired public safety director for the Santa Rosa Island Authority,…

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Posted in Business Escambia County

Pensacola Bay Fishing Bridge to be closed for 45 days

We received an email from Escambia County Community and Media Relations at 7:35 p.m Thursday, March 5: The Pensacola Bay Fishing Bridge will be closed…

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Posted in Caring Escambia County

Third Annual Driver’s License Clinic tomorrow

Escambia County Judge Jennifer “J.J.” Frydrychowicz passed that tomorrow the First Judicial Circuit is hosting its third annual driver’s license clinic for those have had their…

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Posted in Escambia County Health

Escambia County issues coronavirus flyer UPDATE

Escambia County posted the information below on its website yesterday. A flyer was posted on county’s Facebook page around 11 p.m. Wednesday, March 4. Strangely,…

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Posted in Escambia County Health

Coronavirus: Gilley’s next frog

Escambia County has been eerily silent about the coronavirus, other than a lame joke by County Administrator Janice Gilley about Commissioner Robert Bender’s trip to…

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Curbing Gun Violence: ‘No magic pill’

At yesterday’s presser, Chief Deputy Chip Simmons, who handles the operational side of the sheriff’s office, talked about his agency is addressing the problem. “We’ve…

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Eddins: ‘America is washed in drugs’

At Tuesday’s press conference, State Attorney Bill Eddins said the rise in gun violence, particularly among young people, is not isolated to Escambia County and…

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Leaders unite to fight gun violence

Yesterday, Sheriff David Morgan, State Attorney Bill Eddins and County Commissioner Lumon May announced a concerted joint effort to curb gun violence that has claimed…

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