Here’s Where To Get Free Hot Meals, Free Water On Saturday

September 19, 2020

Free hot meals and a free case of hot water are available on Saturday as listed below:


Escambia Equestrian Center – The American Red Cross will open a feeding kitchen at the Escambia Equestrian Center, 7750 Mobile Hwy., on Saturday at noon. There will also be mobile feeding units in the area.

My Father’s Vineyard, 8130 Pensacola Boulevard — 200 hot plate lunches available beginning at 12:30 p.m.

St. Anne Catholic Church, 5200 Saufley Field Road — 5,000 hot meals beginning at 11 a.m.


Pinewoods Presbyterian Church,  2195 Highway 297A (just south of Kingsfield Road) — free case of bottled water, provided by Michelle Salzman, Pinewoods Presbyterian and the Lewis Bear Company.

Verizon Wireless Providing Free Calling, Texting And Data Following Hurricane Sally

September 19, 2020

Verizon is providing unlimited calling, texting and data through Monday for areas impacted by Hurricane Sally.

Customers do not have to take any action to take advantage of the offer in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties in Florida or Escambia County, Alabama, the company said. Customers can verify eligibility for the offer by entering their zip code here:

Verizon customers can help the American Red Cross in their disaster relief efforts by texting the word HURRICANES to 90999 and $10 will be added to their Verizon Wireless bill upon confirmation of the billing zip code.

Pictured: This Verizon tower on West Highway 4 near Northview High School was one of dozens left without service due to Hurricane Sally. Verizon service from this tower was restored on Thursday. photo, click to enlarge.

No Serious Injuries In Highway 29, Molino Road Wreck

September 19, 2020

There were no serious injuries in a two vehicle crash Friday afternoon on Highway 29 at Molino.

The vehicles collided about 4:51 p.m. Everyone refused transport to the hospital by Escambia County EMS.

The Molino and Cantonment stations of Escambia Fire Rescue responded. The crash is under investigation by the Florida Highway Patrol.

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