Posted in Politics

Hill qualifies by petition

Incumbent Florida House Representative Mike Hill (R-D1) has gathered enough petitions to qualify for the 2020 election, according to campaign sources.

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Posted in Business Florida

This could hurt dailies’ bottom-line

The Florida House Judiciary Committee has advanced legislation that would allow local governments to post legal notices on city websites rather than taking out ads…

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Posted in Politics

FavorHouse: Love at First Bite

Almost 40 years ago, FavorHouse of Northwest Florida was created to protect the most vulnerable in our community, women and children living in homes with…

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Posted in Crime Escambia County

Breaking news: Eddins asks court to reinstate death penalty for Gonzalez

We received this notice from State Attorney Bill Eddins minutes ago: State Attorney Bill Eddins announced today that his office has filed a Motion for…

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Posted in Caring

2020 Souper Bowl of Caring on Sunday

Manna will host the 2020 Souper Bowl of Caring – a national event set to use the energy surrounding The Super Bowl to engage communities…

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Posted in Caring

ECSO deputies to receive Purple Hearts tomorrow

The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office will hold special ceremony 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 31 to honor the law enforcement officers involved in the shooting Dec….

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Posted in Escambia County

Job posting for Escambia County Public Safety Director

Department Director – Public Safety Escambia County, FL, USA Salary: $91,062.40 – $150,051.20 Annually This position reports to the County Administrator on public safety activities…

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Posted in Education

Buzz: Results of Complete Florida Plus audit won’t be out until late March

Peter Schorsch reports in his daily newsletter, Sunburn, that the audit of the University of West Florida’s alleged mismanagement of Complete Florida Plus is expected…

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Posted in Escambia County Pensacola

CivicCon notes: Grover and Janice road show

As part of the first CivicCon event of the year, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson and Escambia County Administrator Janice Gilley each provided updates and projections…

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