Posted in Politics Protests

Catholic bishop issues statement on death of George Floyd

Statement from Bishop William A. Wack, CSC on the Death of George Floyd and Protests PENSACOLA, FL (June 2, 2020)— The death of George Floyd…

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Posted in Escambia County News Pensacola Politics

Our June 4, 2020 issue

Here is a peek at our June 4 issue. The articles will go live at 1 p.m. on inweekly.net. The print edition will be delivered…

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Posted in Pensacola

Presser Notes: Protests, a Port Deal and the Skatepark

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson said Monday that he was glad to see protesting in the city remain peaceful, even as other…

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Posted in Escambia County

The mystery that solved itself, or Doug did it

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly The mystery of who released shade meeting transcripts, if there was much of one, has been solved. It was Doug Underhill….

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Posted in Escambia County

Reading resurrects political career

Former Escambia County Commissioner Johnny Reading has prefiled as a Republican to seek the District 5 seat he held 1992-1996. Reading, who won the seat…

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Posted in Escambia County Federal Florida Politics

State seeks to scuttle absentee-ballot case

By Dara Kam, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Florida officials are pushing back against an attempt to ease the state’s vote-by-mail procedures amid…

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Posted in Business Pensacola

Council notes: Streamline hits some drag

City Officials Ask if Port Deal Smells by Jeremy Morrison City officials look like they’re going to take it slow on a potential boat manufacturing…

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Posted in Business Pensacola

City dissolves DIB parking agreement

by Jeremy Morrison The city of Pensacola will be taking of the management of downtown parking come October, following a decision by the Pensacola City…

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Posted in Caring Escambia County Hurricane State & National News

Friday morning briefing

Sales Tax Holiday Starting today through Thursday, June 4, Florida shoppers can avoid paying sales taxes while putting together disaster-preparation stockpiles for the 2020 hurricane…

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