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Scams possible post-storm

As Tropical Storm Ida buffets Alabama’s coastal and western counties, Attorney General Steve Marshall warns Alabamians in storm-affected areas to be wary of price gouging, ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Lisa Tindell.

Deadline nears for SBA loans related to Tropical Storm Claudette damages

Brewton and East Brewton residents and business owners may have some hope for covering damage expenses related to Tropical Storm Claudette. The storm brought to ... Read more

1 month ago by Lisa Tindell.

CACC to offer incentives for vaccine to students, staff

Coastal Alabama Community College Offers Incentives to Get Students and Staff Vaccinated Coastal Alabama Community College students and employees who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 ... Read more

1 month ago by Lisa Tindell.

County ICU beds at or near capacity

Reports are floating around the state that most, if not all, ICU beds at hospitals in Alabama are full. According to Jason Daniel, director of ... Read more

1 month ago by Lisa Tindell.

COVID cases continue to rise

The Alabama Department of Public Health released updated data Tuesday indicating a continuing rise in COVID-19 cases in Escambia County. Over the most recent seven ... Read more

1 month ago by Lisa Tindell.

McClung contract accepted as superintendent for Escambia County Schools

The Escambia County Board of Education accepted the signed contract from Michele McClung to take the position as the System’s next superintendent of education for ... Read more

2 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

CCarl cosponsors Bipartisan Legislation to Increase Access to Affordable Health Care for Seniors

Today, Congressman Jerry Carl (R-Mobile) issued the following statement regarding two pieces of bipartisan legislation he has cosponsored. The CONNECT for Health Act of 2021, led ... Read more

2 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

Alabama 41st in employment recovery

New unemployment claims decreased week-over-week on August 2, and were 94 percent below the peak during the COVID-19 pandemic. In that recovery, Alabama ranked 41st ... Read more

2 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

ECHCA not mandating employee vaccines

The Escambia County Health Care Authority (ECHCA) has announced that, at this time, they will not require employees to get vaccinated as a condition of ... Read more

2 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

ECSS: COVID to be monitor ahead of any policy changes

As Escambia County students return to school on a staggered-start this week, special attention is being given to keeping students safe and healthy. John Knott, ... Read more

2 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

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