Posted in Health

Vaccinations significantly down in Escambia County

Escambia County and the City of Pensacola need to change their messaging and spend more money promoting COVID-19 vaccinations after the Florida Department of Health’s…

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Posted in Pensacola

Presser Notes: Green-ish, Teen-ish & Vaccine-ish

Presser Notes: Green-ish, Teen-ish & Vaccine-ish by Jeremy Morrison Reflecting on Pensacola City Council’s decision last week to commit to producing at least 30 percent…

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Posted in Politics

Florida gains Congressional seat

With continuing population growth, Florida will gain one congressional seat next year, bringing its total to 28, the U.S. Census Bureau announced Monday. Florida is…

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County curbs COVID coverage

While others see Escambia County residents as having very high risk for exposure to COVID-19, their county government wants to cutback on its updates on…

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Fort Barrancas area recognized as Underground Railroad site

GULF BREEZE, Fla.—Fort Barrancas Area was accepted into the National Park Service’s National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom on April 23, 2021. Located on Naval…

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Escambia County seen as very high risk for COVID exposure

The city of Pensacola dropped its mask mandate last week, and some are celebrating victory over the COVID-19 pandemic. The New York Times isn’t as…

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Posted in Business Pensacola

Fishing with ‘Inspired’ bait at Maritime

by Jeremy Morrison Two prime parcels of real estate at Maritime Park in downtown Pensacola are back up for grabs following the Pensacola City Council’s…

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Posted in Environment

Pensacola goes green & the overpass campout

by Jeremy Morrison With a nod towards Earth Day, the Pensacola City Council went all-in on its unanimous approval of a renewable energy goal for…

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Posted in Education

Wait-and-see for Warrington Middle

Teachers to be Shuffled by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Florida’s students, teachers and schools were cut a break when Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran recently issued an…

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