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Local first responders, health care workers can get free child care for 90 days

Published: 4/14/2020

The state of Florida is offering a lifeline to critical first responders and health care workers serving on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic by offering free child care for up to three months for parents serving in those capacities. 

The program, sponsored by Florida's Office of Early Learning, began April 1 and is open to a broad range of health care workers and first responders living in the state of Florida. The Early Learning Coalition of Escambia County and the Early Learning Coalition of Santa Rosa County are organizing their respective county's efforts. 

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The Coronavirus Could Cause a Child Abuse Epidemic

Published: 4/7/2020

Entire families are sheltering at home, often in close quarters. Anxiety about health, education and finances is high. Children aren’t seeing the teachers, counselors and other adults who would normally raise concerns about their well-being. The Covid-19 pandemic has created the conditions for a rise in child abuse that could go unchecked.

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Pensacola woman allegedly strangles, spanks and threatens to slit child's throat

Published: 5/31/2019

A Pensacola woman has been arrested after she allegedly strangled and spanked a child with a spatula.

According to the arrest report issued by the Pensacola Police Department, on Wednesday officers responded to the Gulf Coast Kids House to investigate a case of alleged child abuse.

When officers arrived on scene they made contact with a DCF investigator who said a child mentioned possibly being abused, the report states.

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Establishment 1898 social club opening soon in Pensacola, hosting Friday charity event

Published: 5/22/2019

An exclusive, membership-based social club opening soon in downtown Pensacola will warm up to the community first by hosting a wine tasting event for charity this Friday. 

The opulent Establishment 1898 is preparing for an early to mid-June opening at 201 S. Baylen St. The club is accepting applications for black card members, who will pay $175 a month. Non-members pay a $100 cover charge for each entry. 

Once inside, members and non-members alike have access to the 2,100-square-foot club and courtyard and competitive per-glass prices on rare and high-end wines and spirits.

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Local first responders, health care workers can get free child care for 90 days


The Coronavirus Could Cause a Child Abuse Epidemic


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