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Buzz: Catholic High out two more weeks

Sources have shared that Pensacola Catholic will teach virtually for two more weeks. Principal Sister Kierstan has tested positive, according to our source.

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Environmentalists discuss post-election game plan

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly With the 2020 election cycle in the rearview, local environmental advocates conducted a climate roundtable online Nov. 9. The forum served…

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Hurricane to cost Gulf Power customers, snuff out coal

By Jim Saunders TALLAHASSEE — First there was Michael. Then came Sally. And that means hundreds of thousands of Northwest Florida residents will continue in…

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PYP Networking Night – Nov. 19

The Pensacola Young Professionals (PYP) is hosting it’s first in-person Networking Night since the initial COVID-19 Lockdown. “We are excited to invite you to our…

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Presser Notes: Waiting it out

For the past two days, we have transferred the blog, 14 years of posts and images, to a new server – one that is faster…

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Posted in Health

COVID-19 second wave is here

The period of Nov. 1-10 was Escambia County’s third worse 10-period for new COVID-19 cases (767) and positivity (7.54%) since August 1, ending a three-month…

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Seeking 2021 Rising Star nominations

It’s time to select the next Rising Stars class. We are looking for nominations for the 2021 Rising Stars class, which will be published in late…

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COVID outbreak in Escambia

Over the first week of November, the Florida Department of Health reported 604 new COVID-19 cases for Escambia County – 513 local and 91 out-of-state….

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COVID: Escambia has third consecutive 100+ case day

For the third consecutive day, the Florida Department of Health reports over 100 new COVID-19 cases for Escambia County.  The positivity rate for Thursday,  Nov….

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