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Rapid testing have 10 percent positives

Through 14 days of rapid test administration, a total of 662 rapid tests have been performed, with 71 resulting in the test being positive for…

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Presser Notes: Reconsidering mask mandate again

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson said Monday that he feels like it’s time to pull back the city’s mask mandate, a move…

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FEMA relocates intake centers

Effective Monday, Oct. 19, the FEMA Mobile Registration Intake Centers will now be located daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at: Lexington Terrace Community Center…

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Posted in Escambia County

Will FDOT extend toll suspension?

The suspension of $5 tolls of the Garcon Point Bridge ends 6 a.m. Friday, Oct. 23, unless Gov. Ron DeSantis and his Florida Department of…

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Escambia County Commission modifies CARES Act, will start sending out checks

The Escambia County Board of Commissioners last night officially approved its Committee of the Whole decisions to increase the award amount from $2,000 to $3,000…

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Groundhog Day to be celebrated by county tomorrow

Escambia Board of County Commissioners will discuss the CARES ACT again tomorrow. For the eighth time, County Administrator Janice Gilley has put the item on…

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Buzz: Westside faces transportation vs. lives decision

The talk yesterday was the TPO is considering moving over the next two decades $6 million from mass transit to fund long-awaited improvements to West…

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Presser Notes: Happy Indigenous Peoples’ Day

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Pensacola City Hall looks a bit different Monday as the city celebrates its first official Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Instead of flying…

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Posted in Business Escambia County

Breaking: DMO disbands

On Tuesday, the members of the Escambia County Destination Marketing Organization (DMO voted to “wind down,” effective Oct. 31. The vote came a week after…

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