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Escambia County, Ala. students make CACC president’s, dean’s lists

Coastal Alabama Community College announced the fall 2020 president’s and dean’s lists. The requirements for the president’s list is a semester grade point average (GPA) ... Read more

1 week ago by Staff Reports.

ADPH: Escambia County COVID-19 risk is high

Escambia County is listed as high risk based on the COVID-19 problem in the county, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health. The department ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Andrew Garner.

Her ‘heart was in tune’

Well-known healthcare advocate passes away Ruth Harrell’s heart was tuned to helping people, friends in the healthcare industry said. Harrell, 81, passed away on Fri., Dec. ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Andrew Garner.

ECDPH releases October health ratings

The Escambia County Department of Public Health released its weekly food and lodging establishment ratings for October 2020. The ratings are the following from low ... Read more

2 months ago by Staff Reports.

UBCD announces funding for peanut plant in Flomaton

UB Community Development LLC announced Oct. 29 $11.6 million in New Market Tax Credits (NMTC) funds to Escambia Peanut Co. LLC, in Flomaton. According to ... Read more

3 months ago by Staff Reports.

COVID positive cases reported at FES, FHS

Escambia County Schools Superintendent John Knott said Tuesday that there are multiple students and staff members at Flomaton High and Elementary School who recently tested ... Read more

3 months ago by Andrew Garner.

Water levels receding in water ways

Water levels have crested and are receding in some county water ways, Escambia County EMA officials said. Director David Adams said the water ways impacted ... Read more

4 months ago by Andrew Garner.

Campbell indicted on theft charges

Man indicted was former W.S. Neal assistant principal, coach A Florida man turned himself into authorities after being indicted by an Escambia County grand jury ... Read more

6 months ago by Andrew Garner.

Longtime circuit judge retiring

Longtime Escambia County Circuit Judge David Jordan is retiring from a position he was called to serve after more than 17 years. Jordan’s retirement is ... Read more

8 months ago by Andrew Garner.

Troopers urging safe driving, boating this holiday weekend

Alabama Law Enforcement Agency officials are urging motorists and boaters to be safe this upcoming Memorial Day weekend. ALEA Secretary Hal Taylor said the holiday ... Read more

8 months ago by Staff Reports.

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