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Poll: Robinson widens lead over Spencer

Inweekly polled likely city of Pensacola voters at the end of last week.  According to the Political Matrix poll of 457 likely voters, Grover Robinson…

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Bruce Beach ribbon cutting on Saturday

Press Release: Mayor Ashton Hayward would like to invite the community to join him for a ribbon cutting ceremony at Bruce Beach, 601 W Main…

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ST Engineering deal inked

This past weekend, Scott Luth, FloridaWest CEO, and Escambia County Board of County Commission Chairman Jeff Bergosh were among the participants in a historic Memorandum…

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With election two weeks away, Hayward endorse Spencer for mayor

Press Release: Mayor Ashton Hayward Announces Support for Brian Spencer to Succeed Him as Pensacola’s Next Mayor PENSACOLA, Fla. (Oct. 23, 2018) – Mayoral candidate…

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FOP endorses Robinson and Moore

The Jim “Billy” Barnes Memorial Lodge #71, the Pensacola chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police, announced this morning that it is endorsing Grover Robinson…

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Council District 6 race too close to call

According to the most recent Inweekly/Political Matrix poll of likely Pensacola City Council District 6 voters, Ann Hill has a slight lead, 28.7 points, over…

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With 25 days left, Mayor’s race tightens

According to the latest Inweekly/Political Matrix poll of 493 likely Pensacola voters, the race for mayor is getting closer with Brian Spencer now only trailing…

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U.S. Supreme Court rejects fast-tracking Bayview Cross case

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected a request from the city of Pensacola to speed up consideration of a case about the removal of…

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No Port vision plan on council agenda

According to the timetable presented to the citizens in June, the Final Vision Plan and Reinvestment Strategy for the Port of Pensacola was to be…

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