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ATU prez: ‘Pam Childers literally lied’

ATU Local 1395 president Mike Lowery is stunned how County Clerk Pam Childers attacked ATU International Vice President Curtis Howard during the public forum of…

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Buzz: Budget director jumps to Clerk

Over the weekend, Inweekly received news that County Budget Director Amber McClure will go to work Clerk Pam Childers after she leaves the county on…

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Posted in Caring Entertainment Pensacola

Movement on city skate park

At his Monday presser, Mayor Grover Robinson said he has been in discussion with Interim County Administrator Wes Moreno and county staff about the long-awaited…

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Former WCOA host hospitalized with COVID

The New York Times reports radio host Phil Valentine is in critical condition in a Nashville hospital after contracting COVID-19. Valentine aired on WCOA 1370…

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Breaking: Mayor promotes Fiddler to city administrator

At his weekly presser, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson announced that he will promote Kerrith Fiddler to city administrator, replacing Keith Wilkins who will step aside…

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Don’t tell Pam: ECAT workers-County agree on wage package

After three and a half years of negotiations, ECAT workers worked out pay raises with county administration on Friday, July 23. Upon ratification by ATU…

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Posted in Escambia County Health News

Escambia COVID cases nearly doubling week to week

The Florida Department of Health reported Escambia County had 757 new COVID-19 cases over the past week, almost double the previous week. The positivity rate…

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County Budget Director resigns

NorthEscambia.com has reported that Amber McClure, who was hired by former County Administrator Janice Gilley a year ago to be her budget director, has submitted…

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Check out July 22 Inweekly

By You A special feature showcasing words and images by Inweekly readers When we started accepting submissions in June for our second By You issue,…

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