Posted in Caring Escambia County

Escambia: The race to help homeowners, renters

“There’s a pandemic. We were going to be required to do more, and staff’s going to be required to do more as well as citizens.”…

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Lumon May and Hoxengs named to JA HOF

Press Release: Junior Achievement (JA) of Northwest Florida today announced its 2020 Hall of Fame Laureates are Dave & Mary Hoxeng and Lumon May. Jr….

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The COVID-19 Tale of Two Commissioners

Yesterday, Ascension Sacred Heart deployed its mobile testing unit to Southern Oaks to collect specimens from all its residents – about 200 people. We have…

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Lumon May: Test Results, Re-opening Beach, Employee Safety

Commissioner Lumon May attended Mayor Grover Robinson’s press conference. Inweekly took advantage of the opportunity to ask the commissioner about communications on testing, re-opening the…

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Posted in Escambia County Health Pensacola

Presser notes: Officials Field COVID-19 Questions

‘Begin To Transition To Where We Go’ by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Local community officials gathered Wednesday to field questions pertaining to the COVID-19 coronavirus and…

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Drive-thru testing center coming to Brownsville, March 23

Escambia County, the City of Pensacola, Ascension Sacred Heart and Community Health Northwest Florida have partnered to open a drive-through COVID-19 testing site at Brownsville…

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Posted in Business Escambia County Health

COVID-19: test results, masks, ventilators and more

Tuesday morning Escambia County officials met with hospital executives and other medical professionals as part of the activation of the Emergency Operations Center. The meeting…

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Lumon May discusses testing and food of school kids

Inweekly caught up County Commissioner Lumon May to discuss the latest updates on the county’s response to the novel Coronavirus . Testing: Commissioner May said…

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Operation Clean Sweep starts next month in Montclair area

Escambia County and the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office hold its first Clean Sweep in the Montclair area in April, according to Clara Long, the county’s…

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