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Presser Notes: Mask Order Defanged and Barge Lemonade

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly In the wake of Hurricane Sally, various city of Pensacola departments, like Parks and Rec or Sanitation, have been kept busy…

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Ferries in our future

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly While he said local officials are still awaiting word from the Florida Department of Transportation on whether the state will be…

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Concerns raised over dropping mask mandate

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly There’s gonna be some pushback when Mayor Grover Robinson asks the Pensacola City Council to drop the city’s mask mandate. “Too…

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Presser Notes: COVID and … a Confederate reef?

“I’ve been shocked at how many people have asked us to place it in the Gulf as a reef.” by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly The city…

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Grover on Confederate monument, PNJ editorial and Matt Gaetz

I will admit there are times I miss having a radio show. My three years hosting “Pensacola Speaks” on WCOA and 18 months helping to…

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Momentum for face masks in Escambia County

“And we stand united in our support of all wearing mask or cloth face coverings for the protection of our community.” – heads of Ascension…

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Mayor says new advisory to focus on law enforcement

Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson told Inweekly in a phone interview this morning that the proposed committee to oversee the Pensacola Police Department will indeed by…

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Mayor to change Lee Square to Florida Square

Confederate Monument’s Fate Hangs with City Council by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Pensacola’s Confederate monument in Lee Square on Palafox may be coming down. Or maybe…

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Grover and the Confederacy, Southern heritage

Past debates over Pensacola’s Confederate flag displays offer some insight into Mayor Grover Robinson’s reluctance to deal with the city’s Confederate monuments. He saw the…

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