Posted in Education Politics

Struggling district cuts millage

Parents have contacted Inweekly about the Escambia County School Board’s vote yesterday to cut the millage from 6.325 in 2018-2019, to 6.043 in 2019-2020. In…

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Posted in Health News Politics

Opioid Crisis: Who sold most opioids in our area?

The Drug Enforcement Administration has a database that tracks every single pain pill sold in the United States — by manufacturers and distributors to pharmacies…

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Posted in News Pensacola Politics

Timeline: Satterwhite’s contribution

Inweekly has been blessed with many gifted writers. Christopher Scott Satterwhite has provided a scholarly approach to his work. It comes naturally to Satterwhite, since…

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Posted in Education Escambia County Politics

Newpoint scandal: District ‘asleep’ while millions stolen

Last year, Marcus May, the founder of Newpoint Education Partners, was convicted of stealing over $5.2 million through a complicated scheme involving Newpoint-managed charter schools…

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Posted in Pensacola

Council hunkers down with the budget

By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly The Pensacola City Council this week is settling in for two days of workshops to review Mayor Grover Robinson’s proposed budget…

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Posted in Pensacola Politics

Mayor calls for internal investigation of Crawford shooting

By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Alluding to conversations with citizens in the wake of a fatal police shooting, Mayor Grover Robinson said Monday that is committed…

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Posted in Education Politics

Appointed superintendent may be impossible to fire

The Escambia County School Board is reviewing the proposed job description and district policies regarding the district’s appointed superintendent of schools. The proposals passed out…

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Posted in Entertainment Pensacola

Vote for ‘City of Grudges’

Every year Killer Nashville receives hundreds of submissions for its Killer Nashville Silver Falchion Awards for the best books of the previous year. “City of…

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Pensacola Borrows $17 million for SCAPE Projects

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly The city of Pensacola plans to borrow $17 million to be used for unspecified — though, heavily suggested — projects within…

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