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Gilley jumps the shark

What should have been a routine public record request of the county has revealed the dysfunction of the Gilley administration. To get an accurate breakdown…

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County public Information office loses new hire

Danica Phillips, who was only hired by Escambia County in January, has notified her bosses that she, too, is leaving her job. She is a…

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Boatwright leaving county

Cassie Boatwright, Escambia County’s director of facilities management, has announced that she is leaving the Gilley administration. Boatwright was hired in January 2020. She came…

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Judge Dannheisser receives Fairest of Them All Equal Justice award

The Fairest of Them All Equal Justice Awards named Judge Tom Dannheisser the “Fairest of  Them All” in Circuit 1 The awards provide a scientific…

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Homeless, Shipyards & Libraries

Pensacola, Escambia Ponder Shared Interests by Jeremy Morrison Escambia County and the city of Pensacola leaders held a joint meeting this week to discuss a…

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Reduced speed on West Cervantes

The speed limit on West Cervantes Street (U.S. 90) between Dominguez Street and A Street will be permanently reduced from 35 mph to 30 mph…

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County round-up: 9-1-1 and Ferry Service

Escambia County wants to remind you that 9-1-1 is for emergencies, not general information, such as where to find gas or what’s on HBO tonight….

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Escambia County gets another fire chief

Escambia County has hired Jason Catrambone as its new fire chief starting June 14. He joins Escambia County with more than 25 years of experience…

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Help plan future of ECAT

In October 2020, representatives from Escambia County Area Transit  (ECAT) launched ‘Your Service, Your Say,’ a project focused on improving the future of public transportation…

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