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JACKSONVILLE – The families of the men and women stationed at Naval Air Station Jacksonville often have questions about their sailors, pilots and officers, especially during new assignments or … more
ORANGE PARK – A new Thrasher Horne Center exhibit brings the Northeast Florida outdoors to Clay County art lovers. Jacksonville artist Kathy Stark began the project a few years ago when she … more
ORANGE PARK – Municipal and county public officials made their cases Tuesday to Gov. Rick Scott on how they would like to see post restoration efforts look like. The meeting at the Town of … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – As Clay County expands and new housing developments come online, the county inevitably has to build new schools to accommodate the influx of new students. But how a school … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – A combination of growth, in-migration and an aging population is projected to inflate Clay County’s population of citizens age 75 and above by about 500 percent by … more
ARGYLE – In about three years, residents in the northern reaches of Clay County should notice a reduction in traffic along Collins Road. Until then, residents should prepare for ongoing … more
MIDDLEBURG – In the wake of last week’s storm, teachers at Wilkinson Junior High School started thinking about their students. A few teachers came together and took to social media to seek … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Officials with Clay County Animal Care and Control are assessing the damage to the local animal community in the wake of Hurricane Irma making its way through the … more
FLEMING ISLAND – After ensuring the safety of their own families, members of local churches joined together to help members of their church family early Monday morning after mass flooding affected … more
MIDDLEBURG – Two weeks of non-stop fame for two Coppergate Elementary sixth graders has begun to taper off. Isaac Davis and Nate Helmuth – who braved a rainstorm to lower and fold the United … more
JACKSONVILLE – Budding therapy animal trainers can often find themselves with more questions than answers. Luckily, as this niche form of volunteerism grows in popularity, nonprofits and … more
OAKLEAF – Jenna Coleman woke up with the stomach flu on New Year’s Day 1999. The ten-year-old went into cardiac arrest three times before being taken to the hospital. Once there, she stayed in … more
FLEMING ISLAND – In her first year as the event’s organizer, Thunderbolt Elementary School Kindergarten teacher Heather Thompson has opened the school’s teacher depot to teachers throughout the … more
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