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 Florida Health

Santa Rosa man with Coronavirus

Santa Rosa County now has a coronavirus case. Good thing, Escambia County posted its flyer before midnight. Still no email from Escambia County Communications and…

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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 Politics State & National News

#FloridaMan: Gaetz wears gas mask on House floor

CNN reports that our Congressman Matt Gaetz donned a gas mask yesterday while he voted on a bill that provides $7.8 billion in appropriations to…

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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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Posted in Politics

EMS debacle just got weirder; Time for Gilley to eat a frog

Escambia County’s Emergency Medical Services has been in disarray for over a year. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has an open investigation into the…

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Posted in Pensacola

Presser Notes: 5G, City Championship, Guns Guy

By Jeremy Morrison Looking ahead to the Bayou Hills Run later this month, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson shared his weekly press conference with Pensacola Sports,…

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Posted in Pensacola

Andrade responds to Hill’s attacks

State Rep. Mike Hill has been upset that he didn’t get credit for the Florida House State Affairs Committee approving the naming of the new…

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Posted in Pensacola

PPD gets bias training

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly While the Pensacola Police Department’s implicit bias training may result in a more enlightened municipal force, Cedric Alexander said this week…

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