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Weekly Roundup

By Ana Ceballos Recap and analysis of the week in state government and politics TALLAHASSEE — On Valentine’s Day two years ago, tragedy struck Parkland,…

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Cyberattack on city was predictable

After experiencing a cyberattack on Dec. 7, 2019 that impacted the City of Pensacola’s network, the city engaged Deloitte & Touche LLP to assess the…

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Mardi Gras krewes seek make-up safety meeting from SRIA

This letter was shared with Inweekly: Director Ghio, SRIA Board Members, County Commissioners and ECSO staff, I am writing to express my extreme disappointment and…

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Salzman passes Hill in fundraising

GOP challenger Michelle Salzman raised more in January than District 1 State Representative Mike Hill (R) has collected since he announced his re-election bid in…

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City/Haas survey results

The City of Pensacola has received results from the 2019 Resident Satisfaction Survey, which it said in a press release showed an overall satisfaction with…

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Presser notes: 5G, scooters and awards

By Jeremy Morrison With Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson away in Singapore, City Administrator Keith Wilkins fielded the weekly press conference duties Monday morning, sticking to…

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How to spend $18 million

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Pensacola officials are currently mulling over how best to spend $18 million in the downtown core. A suite of four potential…

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My TEDxPensacola video: Seek truth not likes

Words and truth still matter. Southern newspaper publishers are a rare breed that give readers not only what they may want to read but also…

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Presser notes: On the Road to Singapore

Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson’s Monday morning press conference primarily focused on developments at the Pensacola International Airport, where the city has partnered with ST Aerospace…

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