Posted in Health

Another COVID-19 death

Escambia County has nine more COVID-19 cases – 69 over the past seven days, year-to-date total 853.  The county also had one more death –…

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Our June 4, 2020 issue

Here is a peek at our June 4 issue. The articles will go live at 1 p.m. on inweekly.net. The print edition will be delivered…

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Posted in Business Health

Bars anxious to reopen

By Jim Turner, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Ron DeSantis is under increasing pressure to let bar owners again pour spirits and…

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DOH Escambia says COVID-19 infections may have started 14 days ago

Inweekly has tried to find out why Escambia County has seen 63 new COVID-19 cases since Friday, May 29. We received this response this morning:…

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No clear answer why our COVID cases spiked

Yesterday, Inweekly reported that Escambia County has seen a spike in COVID-19 cases since Friday, May 29– a total of 63 new cases. The newspaper…

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Posted in Education

UWF police chief on ‘responsibility to intervene’

UWF Police Chief Marc Cossich sent a memo to his employees today regarding the tragic murder of George Floyd. “In the video, you can hear…

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Posted in Caring

Sunday’s Child announces grant finalists

Sunday’s Child, a Pensacola Bay area nonprofit that promotes LGBTQ+ inclusion and equality, has announced the selection of eight finalists vying for four grants of $25,000…

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Presser Notes: Protests, a Port Deal and the Skatepark

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson said Monday that he was glad to see protesting in the city remain peaceful, even as other…

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Yikes, Escambia has 16 new COVID-19 cases, 53 over last four days

The Florida Department of Health reported this morning that Escambia County has 16 new COVID-19 cases– 53 news cases since Friday, May 29,  year-to-date total…

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