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Wu trails in Council D1 race

  According to the latest Inweekly/Political Matrix study, challenger Jennifer Brahier (46.4%) has a slight lead versus longtime incumbent P.C. Wu (42.1%) for the Pensacola…

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CPAC Digs Into Mental Health

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly About an hour deep into this week’s meeting of Pensacola’s Citizen Police Advisory Committee, Chairman Joseph Marshall paused to stress the…

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Space Command: A good fit for Pensacola

The competition to be home for the U.S. Space Command moved to a new level this week as communities seeking the headquarters submitted their proposals….

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Presser Notes: When’s It Safe to Take Off the Masks?

Plus: Affordable Housing, Re-openings and Restrooms (Both Pricey and Cheap) by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly On the other side of the Labor Day holiday, decisions will…

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Pensacola Affordable Housing Task Force wraps up work

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly The city of Pensacola lacks adequate affordable housing, but it may soon have a plan for how best to address the…

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City posts backup materials for workshop set for next week

City of Pensacola posts today documentation related to the city council’s workshop scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 26. From: City Clerk’s Office RE: AGENDA – Pensacola…

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CPAC tackles the elephant: Racism

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly As the Pensacola Citizens Police Advisory Committee hammered out its priorities and mission Tuesday, discussion fell to what several members referred…

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Three-mile bridge walkway to open

Presser Notes: Benches, Poll Volunteers and the Golden Spike by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Pointing to downward trending stats on the coronavirus front, Pensacola Mayor Grover…

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City and County graded

The Florida House rolled out a new website that grades and lets people compare cities and counties based on spending, crime and education. House Speaker…

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