Posted in Environment Pensacola

Tree ordinance sparks

By Jeremy Morrison The Pensacola City Council will be discussing revisions to the city’s tree ordinance this week. Councilwoman Sherri Myers has long pushed for…

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Posted in Health

Covid: Good and bad news for Escambia

The positivity rate for Covid dropped to 9.62% last week. January’s rate was 14%. However, the deaths have increased by 35 since Jan. 31 –…

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Posted in Caring

New Homeless Task Force formed

A community partnership in Northwest Florida is being formed to better streamline services to homeless individuals and families with the ultimate goal of offering essential resources in helping them achieve a life God intended for all…

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Posted in Health Pensacola

City extends COVID restrictions for events

The City of Pensacola is extending the previously implemented COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines for city-permitted events through Thursday, March 11. The restrictions were initially set…

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Posted in Business Escambia County

Promoting CyberCoast

Networks of Florida, a regionally recognized Information Technology and Cybersecurity Managed Services Provider (MSP), recently announced its complete rebranding to NOF Technologies. The rebrand includes…

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Posted in Education Escambia County Protests

Breaking News: State commission approves name change for Wentworth museum

Florida Historical Commission approved changing the name of the T.T. Wentworth Museum to the Pensacola Museum of History at the University of West Florida.  The change…

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CPAC’s Lonely Night Out

By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly CPAC went to the people. But the people did not show up. In its first of a pair of public town…

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Posted in Environment

SR BCC cancels hearing on borrow pits

Santa Rosa County Commission has canceled its Feb. 25 adoption hearing to expand borrow pits and resource extraction in the vulnerable Wellfield Protection Area serving…

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Posted in Pensacola

Police advisory town hall tonight

The Citizens Police Advisory Committee is seeking community input on various topics involving relationships between the community and the Pensacola Police Department. The CPAC members will…

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