Posted in Pensacola

Pensacola divided over Confederate monument

Divisions by race, age, party and neighborhood  The city of Pensacola voters are divided on whether to remove the Confederate monument in Lee Square. If…

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Posted in Pensacola Protests

Attorney responds to arrest of protestor

Pensacola, Florida – July 2, 2020 – Attorney Chris Klotz issued the following statement on behalf of Jason Uphaus, the protestor arrested after falling onto a…

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Breaking news: PPD arrests protestor

Inweekly has learned that the Pensacola Police Department has arrested Jason Uphaus for a misdemeanor. Uphaus was under investigation for hopping on a vehicle that…

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Exclusive interview on anniversary of the shooting of Tymar Crawford

The July 2 issue of Inweekly:   Other articles on Tymar Crawford: Justice for Tymar Community Reacts to Grand Jury Report

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Posted in Health Pensacola

Presser Notes: Masks, Please

“If we can work together, we can really beat back this COVID thing.” – Mayor Robinson by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson is…

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Posted in Escambia County Pensacola

Poll: Voters like new monuments

In a recent poll by The Political Matrix of 848 Escambia County residents, we found that 55.7% would like a monument commission implemented to look…

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Posted in Escambia County News Pensacola

Peek at Inweekly June 25 issue

We will start delivering this issue to news stands late this afternoon:

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Poll: City voters split on monument removal, County voters want it to stay

According to a recent poll conducted by The Political Matrix, city of Pensacola voters are divided on whether the Confederate monument in the city’s Lee…

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Presser Notes: Masks, Citizens Committee, and the Monument

by Jeremy Morrison With Florida’s cases of COVID-19 spiking upward as the state pushes forward in its reopening, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson urged people to…

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