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GREEN COVE SPRINGS – In only its third meeting, Board of County Commissioners’ Infrastructure and Development Committee is considering establishing a Municipal Service Business Unit to fund … more
MIDDLEBURG – The Florida Forest Service added a new trail to its repertoire at Jennings State Forest where some of Clay County’s early settlers once lived. Volunteers cut swaths of trees for … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – After a nine-year hiatus, the Ham Jam is close to making a return to Clay County this fall and it’s bringing not only rides and barbecue, but potentially alcohol as well. … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The Friends of Augusta Savage are hosting two events to celebrate Black History Month. One event will pay homage to Savage, a pivotal figure in the Harlem Renaissance and … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Clay County residents upset with local transportation services are being handled since being taken over Jan. 2 by the Jacksonville Transportation Authority, spoke out at the … more
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – A tide of red shirted-residents dropped by city council’s meeting Monday and it wasn’t a flash mob. They praised the effects of the Black Creek Restoration project, which … more
FLEMING ISLAND – What began as an idea to recognize 10 Clay County teens who reached Scouting’s highest honor during the prior year recently honored its 1,000th Eagle Scout. The 37th Eagle … more
FLEMING ISLAND – A mega-church building left vacant since 2011 will soon have new life as it becomes the sixth campus for a growing Jacksonville church. In May 2019, current Clay County … more
ORANGE PARK – A discussion about growth and how to handle it took center stage at the recent State of the County address. Moderator Kent Justice began the event by asking panelists how Clay … more
ORANGE PARK – With the town having declared it had reached its previous years’ goals, Orange Park Town Council met last week to set a new vision for the coming year. Town Manager Sarah … more
JACKSONVILLE – When Naval Air Station Cecil Field was decommissioned in 1999, its base housing was turned into apartment homes and its former administration buildings became bank … more
DOCTORS INLET – A 20-year-old man faces charges of second-degree attempted murder for allegedly shooting his roommate following an investigation by the Clay County Sheriff’s Office. Police … more
ORANGE PARK – When Wendy Keeling joined Pinewood Presbyterian Church four years ago, she set out to become part of a ministry that made a difference in the world. Wanted to get involved, she … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The crowd of 30 who attended the recent Arbor Day celebration at the Green Cove Springs Public Library didn’t show up for just for the trees. Government officials, … more
DOCTORS INLET – Construction of the planned Clay County Veterans Affairs clinic is expected to begin construction this summer, U.S. Rep. Ted Yoho said. A 10-year lease for the clinic, at the … more
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