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Escambia County Wheelchair Ramp Program success stories

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For 80-year-old Hoza Turner and his wife, JoAnn, getting in and out of their home has become a struggle. JoAnn receives dialysis treatment several...

Brownsville Silver Seniors Building Strong Community While Serving Others

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They may call themselves the Brownsville Silver Seniors, but this growing group of strong, supportive and fun women represents much more than just the...

Block-by-Block Youth Construction Symposium

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The Escambia County Workforce Development division invites youth ages 16-24 looking to receive paid work experience in the construction industry to the Block-by-Block Youth...

Escambia County Recognizes Feb. 11 as General Daniel “Chappie” James Day

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At the Board of County Commissioners meeting on Thursday, Feb. 10, the board unanimously voted to proclaim Feb. 11, 2022 as “General Daniel ‘Chappie’...

Back-to-School “Vax and Dash” to Feature $25 Gift Cards

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On Saturday, Aug. 7, Community Health Northwest Florida, in partnership with Escambia County District 3 County Commissioner Lumon May, will host “Back-to-School Vax and...

Clerk alleges Commissioner May referred to her as “b*tch” and was...

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In an email dated June 6 to County Attorney Alison Rogers, with County Administrator Janice Gilley copied on the email as well, Clerk of...

Rep. Salzman to work with Sheriff Simmons, Comm. May after Oakwood...

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Pensacola's Oakwood Terrace Apartment Complex, also known by locals as Truman Arms, has a documented history of shootings and crime. Local elected leaders who...

State and local officials announce lighting upgrades on West Cervantes Street

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State and local officials assembled at the Brownsville Community Center on Tuesday to announce that 72 new streetlights will be installed along a 2.5-mile...

Robinson: Scrap the Bay Center right now

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An Escambia County commissioner said this week he wants to see the Pensacola Bay Center demolished. "I think we need to scrap this building right...

Pensacola’s overincarceration leads to high taxpayer costs, ACLU says

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Escambia County has one of the highest incarceration rates in the state — around 80% higher than the state average — according to a...
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