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Pastor May cited for acts of contempt, claims bribery

On Aug. 11, Judge Tom Dannheisser issued a supplemental order for attorney’s fees and child support in the case of LuTimothy May versus his former…

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Posted in Escambia County

Two biggest primary losers

Janice Gilley The Escambia County administrator has disparaged Commissioner Lumon May behind his back, refused or “slow walked” his requests and, at times, openly defied…

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Posted in Pensacola

CPAC tackles the elephant: Racism

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly As the Pensacola Citizens Police Advisory Committee hammered out its priorities and mission Tuesday, discussion fell to what several members referred…

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Five Biggest Upsets

Escambia County saw a bigger turnout for this primary – 57,397, 32.83% – than it had in the 2020 Presidential Primary (53,717, 31.14%) and 2016…

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Posted in Escambia County Health

Former inmate tests positive after leaving Escambia County Jail

Last night, WEAR TV reporter Renee Beninate interviewed a former Escambia County jail inmate who tested positive for COVID-19 after being released from the Escambia…

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Posted in Pensacola

Three-mile bridge walkway to open

Presser Notes: Benches, Poll Volunteers and the Golden Spike by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Pointing to downward trending stats on the coronavirus front, Pensacola Mayor Grover…

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Posted in Health Politics

FDOH reports fewest test results for Escambia since June 28

The Florida Department of Health reported the results of only 399 COVID-19 tests for Sunday–the lowest daily total since 364 results were reported on Sunday,…

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Posted in Escambia County Pensacola

City and County graded

The Florida House rolled out a new website that grades and lets people compare cities and counties based on spending, crime and education. House Speaker…

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Good and bad COVID news

The good news for the week ended Aug. 15 is Escambia County had three consecutive days with its positivity rate below 9%, which brought its…

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