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Pensacola dropped from House cruise ship bill

A legislative effort to overturn a 2020 vote by Key West residents to limit cruise-ship operations continues to be narrowed to the Monroe County tourism…

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Pensacola police chief finalists

The selection committee for the next Chief of Police for the Pensacola Police Department has recommended three finalists to move forward in the selection process…

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The move to make county government white-only

In March 1977, a class action was filed on behalf of Escambia County’s Black voters that challenged the at-large system for electing county commissioners (McMillan…

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Wind, Rain and Walkability

Public Gets a Look at Hashtag, Phase I by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Weathering the wind and rain, overlooking the chop in Pensacola Bay as it…

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Presser Notes: Homeless Plan, the Exodus Club & Dottie

by Jeremy Morrison Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson was a few minutes late Monday morning to his weekly press conference, but it was for a pretty…

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Robinson not the only burned out mayor

The New York Times reports that mayors around the country are announcing plans to retire from politics. Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson – who is mentioned…

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Country Club set victims of insurance fraud

John Thomas, owner of Thomas Insurance on Garden Street in Pensacola, has been arrested by federal agents in Arizona for wire fraud. Sources have shared…

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Presser Notes: Dreams, Gaetz & a Delayed Roundabout

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Now that Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson has decided not to run for re-election, he’s already dreaming of who might lead the…

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May for Mayor, maybe

Campaign contributors and several potential candidates are waiting for District 3 County Commissioner Lumon May to decide whether he will run to be Pensacola’s next…

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