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Charges dropped re: bridge protestor

Attorneys for Jason Uphaus, the Black Lives Matter protester who was nearly run over by an angry driver at the foot of the Chappie James…

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Posted in Pensacola

City posts backup materials for workshop set for next week

City of Pensacola posts today documentation related to the city council’s workshop scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 26. From: City Clerk’s Office RE: AGENDA – Pensacola…

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Posted in Escambia County Politics

Eddins recommends new medical examiner

State Attorney Bill Eddins has recommended Dr. Deanne Oleske to the new chief medical examiner for the First District of Florida. She will meet with…

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Posted in Escambia County Health

Florida has over 10K COVID deaths

Florida has passed the 10K death total, according to the Florida Department of Health as the positivity rate dropped to its lowest level in the…

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Some Escambia principals, teachers ignoring CDC guidelines

Escambia County teachers have begun to contact Inweekly with their concerns about the lackadaisical attitudes of some principals and teachers and the weak district oversight…

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Posted in Escambia County Health

CARES Act hidden from public again.

Today, the Escambia Board of County Commissioners meets at 9 a.m. County Administrator Janice Gilley has placed on the agenda: Recommendation Concerning the Escambia CARES…

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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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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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