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NorthEscambia confirms our report

This morning, NorthEscambia.com confirmed Inweekly’s report that Pensacola Police Chief Tommi Lyter will be newly-elected Sheriff Chip Simmons chief deputy, effective Jan. 5. “We continue…

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Lyter leaving to be ECSO chief deputy

Press release: Pensacola Police Chief Tommi Lyter has announced his retirement from the Pensacola Police Department after 30 years of dedicated service to the community….

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One more point about residential on OLF-8

One building in the Heritage Oaks Commerce Park takes up about 2 acres, which is the equivalent acreage for six homes in Nature Trail. Which…

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Escambia County government took most of CARES dollars

Escambia County received $57.6 from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. About 60 cents of every dollar will be spent on county…

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Escambia COVID update

Escambia County had 1,006 more Florida resident COVID-19 cases last week – 57% from the previous week. The positivity rate jumped from 8.5% to 10.1%….

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PNJ editorial misfires at BCC

The PNJ’s Sunday editorial, “Escambia commissioners embarrass themselves and insult citizens of Beulah,” was a scathing attack on the Escambia County Commission but also came…

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Mayor Robinson has 64 percent approval

According a recent telephone survey conducted by Listener Group and Political Matrix for Inweekly, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson is finishing the first two years of…

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Public safety director resigns

Escambia County Administrator Janice Gilley has lost a senior leader that she bragged to the commissioners was her best hire in her 18-month tenure –…

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Commissioner May supports Mayor’s home-rule request

At this morning’s Committee of the Whole,Commissioner Lumon May said he supports Mayor Grover Robinson’s initiative that giving local governments control over how they deal…

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