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Fred Levin Tales

In the Jan. 21 issue, I shared a few of my favorite tales told by the late Fred Levin and his friends. Some on my…

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CPAC prepares for ‘lively’ town halls

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly For months now, Pensacola’s Citizens Police Advisory Committee has discussed and debated the dynamics between law enforcement and the local community,…

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West Cervantes work to begin

The Florida Department of Transportation will begin a $7 million construction project this month to improve pedestrian safety along a 2.2-mile section of West Cervantes…

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PPD Chief Search: ‘The World Is Becoming More Complicated’

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly The city of Pensacola is entering into a search for a new chief of police. The city has hired a consultant,…

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Presser Notes: Trudging through the thick of COVID season

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly During his weekly press conference Monday, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson reiterated sentiments he’d shared last week, following the Jan. 6 incident…

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Police chief search outlined to CPAC

Police union’s request not getting much traction by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly With the city of Pensacola entering into a search for a new chief of…

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PPD union letter requesting cancelation of national search

Dear Mayor Grover Robinson, I, Pat Burns, Lodge President, Fraternal Order of Police, Jim “Billy” Barnes Memorial Lodge #71, am sending this letter on behalf…

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Presser Notes: Christmas COVID, PPD Union pushback

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson had a pretty eventful holiday season: he wrestled with a bout of COVID and grew out a…

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Presser Notes: A Cold Shoulder and Confederate Stepping Stones

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly City of Pensacola officials have yet to hear back from Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis concerning a request that the state defer…

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