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Presser leftovers: Bayou Hills evolves, City saves tree

While much of this week’s mayoral press conference was dominated by discussion about issues related to a fatal police shooting in July, there were also…

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Escambia firefighter loses life

Press Release: Escambia County is mourning the loss of Dwain S. Bradshaw, age 41, a Volunteer District Chief at Escambia County Fire Rescue Station #1…

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Exclusive: Conversation with Rodney Mullen

Freestyle Philosophy Rodney Mullen is sort of like Yoda. If Yoda wore a puffy and a beanie and invented a good number of the tricks…

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Buzz: DeSantis holds out for a Republican to fill ECUA seat

Sources have shared that Gov. Ron DeSantis is insisting the replacement to fill the District 3 seat on the Emerald Coast Utility Board must be…

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Mayor invests in city leadership

Mayor Grover Robinson and the City of Pensacola management team participated in a leadership retreat Friday, Nov. 1, part of the city’s long-term strategic plan…

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City has online permitting

Today, the City of Pensacola launched MyGovernmentOnline permitting and inspections software, which will enhance the application submittal, plan review and inspection experience for contractors and…

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Presser notes: The Great Pensacola Dilution

On Monday, the city appeared to be considering circumventing the spirit of a commitment made in the wake of a police shooting over the summer….

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Poll: Floridians favor recreational pot, gun reform and higher minimum wage

In an InWeekly/Political Matrix poll of 914 likely Florida voters; 56.1% support the legalizing of recreational marijuana for use as well as purchase. We also…

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Mayor, Moore hold court in District 4

With a drizzly evening raining down outside, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson and District 4 City Councilman Jared Moore hunkered down inside the Vickery Community Center…

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