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Gun Violence Task Force wraps up Phase I

A collective of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies have been working together for the past three months in an effort to address the…

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Presser Notes: Leading Together and Remnants of the Wall

Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson’s post-Thanksgiving presser highlighted a few news items of local concern — including efforts to curb gun violence and the safety-oriented changes…

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Presser notes: Sanitation and Sexism

Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson used his weekly press conference leading into the Thanksgiving holidays to announce some changes for the city’s sanitation department, and also…

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Cannada-Wynn elected council president by acclamation

The Pensacola City Council voted to unanimously for District 7 Councilwoman Jewel Cannada-Wynn. Both Sherri Myers and Jared Moore withdrew their names. The council wanted…

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Poll: Walker leads Lunsford in ECUA D5 race

In an InWeekly/Political Matrix poll of 533 likely Republican voters living Escambia District 5 voters, we found that Larry Walker has the lead for the…

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EDS first stop for ‘Fill the Mayflower’

Press Release: Episcopal Day School and Christ Church Parish students, families, faculty, and clergy are proud to be the first stop for the Mayflower truck…

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SCAPE plan for Pensacola waterfront on track

Terry Horne, executive director for the Center for Civic Engagement, gave the crowd at the CivicCon event on Monday an update on SCAPE project to…

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Presser Notes: Annexation, Feedback and the Tree Fund Reprise

After knocking out some announcements — the city’s completely replaced all its old cast iron pipes and the fire department’s been installing residential smoke alarms…

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City Council preview: Money Tree

Funds may soon flow once more from the city of Pensacola’s tree trust fund. City Council members will consider Thursday approving a tree planting and…

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