Posted in Education

Cash incentives for teachers in struggling schools

Following Governor Ron DeSantis’ directive to recruit and maintain high quality teachers in areas of critical concern to our students, Commissioner of Education Richard Corcoran…

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Posted in Politics

Cervantes safety improvements unveiled

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Laid out along a long table is a bird’s-eye satellite image of West Cervantes Street depicting potential safety improvements planned for…

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Posted in Education Politics

Escambia 8th graders may have trouble competing for jobs

Around 90 million American workers will require some degree of new training to hold onto their jobs in the near future, according to Andy Van…

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Posted in Environment

Time Machine: BP, The Beast and Olbermann

In our July 18 issue, I write about how our newspaper garnered national attention when we became affiliated with The Daily Beast. When BP’s Deepwater…

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State shrinks teacher bonuses, lawsuit alleges

By Ana Ceballos, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Lawyers representing teachers are accusing the Florida Department of Education of improperly allowing school districts…

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Posted in Business

Levin Papantonio wins $1.1 million award

Arbitrators with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, FINRA, awarded over $1.1 million to Levin Papantonio clients in the Mobile, Ala. area who lost investments and…

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City, County look at tree ordinances

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly The Pensacola City Council this week is looking at potential revisions to the city’s tree ordinance. Emerald Coastkeeper Laurie Murphy — who…

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Thomas celebrates C’s

The Florida Department of Education issued 2018-19 school and district grades last Thursday. The state focused on “A”’s and “B”’s as the measure for success….

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Presser Notes: Performance Pay and Ranch-House Historic

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly The city of Pensacola’s recently released proposed budget for the next fiscal year took center stage during Mayor Grover Robinson’s weekly…

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