Posted in Environment Escambia County Pensacola

Pensacola Climate Strike releases list of speakers and performers

PENSACOLA—Join 350 Pensacola and millions around the world for a global climate strike. On September 20, people will walk out of school, work, and home…

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Posted in Business Escambia County

Escambia trails other Panhandle counties in annual earnings per resident

Escambia County ranked 29th among counties in Florida by annual earnings per resident, according to data obtained from the U.S. Census Bureau in August, according…

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Posted in News Politics

Inweekly: Sept 19 issue online

Check out the Sept. 19 issue: Winners & Losers, Outtakes, Quality of Life Survey and much more.

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Posted in Politics State & National News

Next Florida House Speakers ready to tackle spending, climate change

TALLAHASSEE — Moments after he was formally elected Tuesday to serve as Florida’s next House speaker, Palm Harbor Republican Chris Sprowls waded into issues such…

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Posted in Escambia County Politics

Buzz: Hope Lunsford to file for ECUA District 5

Sources have told Inweekly that Hope Lunsford, wife of Escambia County Tax Collector Scott Lunsford, plans to file to run for the District 5 seat…

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Posted in Politics State & National News

Florida poll: Warren gains on Biden; both in dead heat with Trump

Sen. Elizabeth Warren has doubled her support in Florida in the last four months to pull within 10 points of former U.S. Vice President Joe…

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Posted in Business Pensacola Politics

Andrade ask Verizon to meet with city officials

State Rep. Alex Andrade shared this letter with Inweekly: 9/12/2019 Courtney Barnard, Verizon Wireless State Government Affairs 899 Heathrow Park Ln Lake Mary, FL 32746…

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Posted in Business Escambia County

District 4 town hall: Olive Road, traffic signals and brewery

On Monday, District 4 County Commissioner Robert Bender discussed construction on Olive Road, funding for traffic light enhancements and residents’ concerns at a town hall…

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Posted in Education Escambia County

‘It’s No Joke’ combats rise in school threats

The number of Florida children charged with making school-related threats has steadily increased during the past three years, the state Department of Juvenile Justice said…

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