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NEW YORK – A Lake Asbury woman won first prize in a national contest that aims to raise awareness about texting and driving and other distractions behind the wheel. Virginia “Ginny” … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Clay County School Superintendent Addison Davis announced four administrative changes within the school district involving three principal positions at different … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – A Clay County judge seeking re-election on May 29 is suing to keep her opponent’s name off the ballot on the grounds the opponent failed to submit the proper qualifying … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – After reluctantly cancelling the city’s RiverFest celebration on Memorial Day due to the impending threat of severe weather, Green Cove Springs City Manager Danielle Judd … more
FLEMING ISLAND – Next week kids across Clay County will be given the opportunity to participate in a beefed-up version of the Clay County Library System’s annual Summer Reading Program. … more
DARTMOUTH, Mass. – After beating their first-round competition by nearly 40 seconds, a pair of Fleming Island High students took the top prize in the 2018 International Seaperch Challenge held here … more
FLEMING ISLAND – Eleven Clay County residents are headed to Seattle, Wash. in July for the Special Olympics USA. The team, which is made up of two coaches, four partners and five athletes, will … more
ORANGE PARK – As students transition from middle school into high school, they also need to start thinking about enrolling in college. Students can begin taking dual enrollment courses, which … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The 1894-era jail along Idlewild Avenue housed everyone from death row inmates to mental health patients to out-of-town bank robbers. In the present, steps away from that … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Despite how close Jacksonville might be to Clay County, it is not the city responsible for bringing the most people here. That’s the latest finding from a visitor study … more
JACKSONVILLE – As Clay County grows, so will its need for more mass transit services. On May 16, the Jacksonville Transportation Authority held its annual State of the Authority luncheon and … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – It can happen to anyone. Some Clay County residents have fallen on hard times, sometimes caused by a single event, maybe they lost a job, or a spouse, and have now found … more
ORANGE PARK – Orange Park Police Officer Scott Lineberry thumbed through yearbooks on a table in the Orange Park Elementary library stacked with books from the 1980s. Lineberry stood in a room … more
JACKSONVILLE – Naval Air Station Jacksonville was a hub of excitement last week leading into the weekend. Planes packed the skies ranging from personal jets to the elite planes of today’s … more
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