Posted in Escambia County Recovery

BCC to discuss CARES today…again without documentation provided to the public

Escambia County Administrator Janice Gilley will discuss the “Escambia CARES Act Plan update” with the Board of County Commissioners. The following topics will be include….

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Posted in Escambia County Hurricane Recovery

Buzz: FEMA bullied county staff to downplay damage

Inweekly has heard from two independent sources that when FEMA inspectors traveled with Escambia and Santa Rosa staff to assess the damage caused by Hurricane…

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Posted in Caring Escambia County Recovery State & National News

DeSantis lets eviction moratorium expire

Pointing to a move by the federal government to halt evictions, Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday let expire an executive order aimed at limiting evictions…

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Posted in Politics

A Conversation with Sean Linezo

by Jeremy Morrison Over the next few months, Pensacola artist Sean Linezo has a number of projects planned that explore Native American history and culture,…

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Posted in News Politics

Preview: Oct. 1 issue

The Inweekly voter registration guide:

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Posted in Escambia County Pensacola Protests State & National News

Local organizers discuss state legislative proposals

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly In this week’s print issue of Inweekly, two local organizers discussed efforts being made in the region to empower Black voters….

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Posted in Caring

Flu shots for veterans

The Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System’s (GCVHCS) Joint Ambulatory Care Center (JACC), located at 790 Veterans Way, is hosting a free ongoing Drive-Thru Flu…

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Posted in Business Health Hurricane Politics Recovery

Gulf Power wants to disconnect customers

A week after the utility restored power to its 285,000 customers in Northwest Florida, Gulf Power has  joined other Florida utilities to fight a proposal before…

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Posted in Escambia County Health

Does Escambia need to spend money on rapid testing?

Maybe the Escambia County Commission needs to rethink using $1.25 million of CARES Act funding for rapid testing. At his daily press conference,  Gov. Ron…

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