Posted in Escambia County

Poll: Bergosh with early lead, Casey close

Inweekly had Political Matrix poll 404 likely Republican voters in Escambia County Commissioner District 1. First-term incumbent Jeff Bergosh leads the crowded pack, which isn’t…

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Posted in Pensacola

How to spend $18 million

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Pensacola officials are currently mulling over how best to spend $18 million in the downtown core. A suite of four potential…

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Posted in Pensacola

My TEDxPensacola video: Seek truth not likes

Words and truth still matter. Southern newspaper publishers are a rare breed that give readers not only what they may want to read but also…

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Posted in Education

House wants to revamp school funding formula

By the News Service of Florida staff The House Appropriations Committee on Wednesday is slated to consider a bill that would revamp the way the…

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Posted in Environment

Carpenter Creek and Bayou Texar Revitalization Plan

Escambia County will host the first of four public workshops concerning the Carpenter Creek and Bayou Texar Revitalization Plan 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 19, Booker…

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Posted in Caring

United Way seeks ambassadors

United Way of West Florida (UWWF) invites passionate, talented, and altruistic locals to apply for the 2020-21 Ambassador Program. Each year, community-minded employers lend key…

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Posted in Pensacola

Presser notes: On the Road to Singapore

Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson’s Monday morning press conference primarily focused on developments at the Pensacola International Airport, where the city has partnered with ST Aerospace…

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Posted in Business Caring

Central Credit Union offers Shred-a-thon

Central Credit Union of Florida is offering four FREE Shred-a-Thon events in Pensacola this year. Each year, the credit union provides the public with opportunities…

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Posted in Escambia County State & National News

Gov. DeSantis’ message to Purple Heart and Medal of Valor recipients

Gov. Ron DeSantis wasn’t able to attend last Friday’s special ceremony to honor the law enforcement officers who confronted the shooter in the terrorist attack…

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