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No school closings ahead of TS Fred

The Escambia County School System released a statement Sunday afternoon concerning the impending weather expected from Tropical Storm Fred. As of release time just before ... Read more

1 month ago by Lisa Tindell.

After-school snacks can be easy, simple

Preparing snacks for during and after school plays a significant role in ensuring that students get all the nutrients they need. In many areas, school ... 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.

Nurses pinned in ceremony at Brewton CACC

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.

More than 100 COVID-19 cases seen in county

The Escambia County Healthcare Authority have recorded 102 positive cases of COVID-19 in the last week. At D.W. McMillan Memorial Hospital in Brewton 72 positive ... Read more

2 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

FCA: BOMC event cancelled

Brewton Area Fellowship of Christian Athletes Director Russell Clausell Jr., made a difficult decision Tuesday morning concerning an event planned by the organization this weekend. ... Read more

2 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

Interviews complete; ECSS Superintendent to be named today

Six candidates held interviews for the Escambia County School System superintendent’s position at Flomaton High School July 26-27 and 29. Each day, the candidates toured ... Read more

2 months ago by Andrew Garner.

Health department offering vaccines with no appointment

The Escambia County Health Department is offering vaccines against COVID-19 with no appointments needed. The Pfizer vaccine is available for anyone 12 years or older ... Read more

2 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

Cottrell: Vaccine still best defense against virus

In a matter of just three weeks, Alabama’s number of positive cases of COVID-19 jumped to 12 times the number of cases reported as of ... Read more

2 months ago by Lisa Tindell.

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