Posted in Pensacola

Presser notes: Possible Paddle Battle

Pensacola is currently seeking to establish a regional paddle trail in local waterways, complete with a designation from the Florida Paddling Trails Association as a…

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Posted in Pensacola

Presser notes: $17 million question

Last summer, the Pensacola City Council decided to refinance $40 million of debt associated with the Community Maritime Park and then borrow $17.7 million to…

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Posted in Crime State & National News

AG Barr reports on DOJ investigation into NAS shooting

Yesterday Attorney General William Barr had a press conference to reported on the Department of Justice investigation into the shooting at NAS Pensacola in early…

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Posted in Guns Pensacola

Presser notes: Mayor discusses Cervantes shootout

Advice to shooters: “This is going to end badly for you, one way of the other.” Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson said Monday that he was…

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Posted in Escambia County Pensacola

Robinson, Gilley next speakers for CivicCon

The 2020 CivicCon Speaker Series will feature topics like water quality, housing strategies, creating a plan for trees and green scape in a community and…

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Posted in Caring

Chappie James Museum fundraiser

The Chappie James Museum is hosting its annual General Daniel “Chappie” James Fundraiser event in February. This year’s event marks the celebration of what would…

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Posted in Escambia County Politics State & National News

Andrade raises $16,500, Hill $9,630, Salzman $1,232

State lawmakers rake in contributions the weeks leading into the legislative session. They aren’t allowed to accept campaign contributions while the session is convened. December…

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Posted in State & National News

Gaetz explains his War Powers vote

In his weekly newsletter. Rep. Matt Gaetz explained his controversial vote in favor of a War Powers resolution. The resolution stated if the White House…

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Posted in Education

Escambia County’s Class of 2019 lost 20 percent its freshman-year class.

The Escambia County School District lost 680 students from its 2015-16 freshman class when it came time to calculate the Class of 2019 graduation cohort…

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