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GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Coming up in next week’s issue, two Clay County deputies receive commendations for saving a federal agent who was shot five times last fall in Oakleaf. U.S. Customs and … more
County Officials, Businesses, Community Leaders all made the journey to the Florida State Capital this past Thursday, January 11th to showcase Clay County with top State Legislators and build … more
Traffic stop ends in meth charge, moreORANGE PARK – An Orange Park man has been arrested after being found in possession of a stolen vehicle and a number of illegal drugs.The Clay County … more
ORANGE PARK – The Town of Orange Park recently received federal funds for reimbursement of hurricane cleanup, however, it was for 2016’s Hurricane Matthew. During the Jan. 16 Orange Park … more
GOT CATS? TOO MANY CATS?: Learn about how trap, neuter, return works, Jan. 20 from 2-4 p.m., Fleming Island Public Library, 1895 Town Center Blvd. Presented by Community Critter Care of Clay County … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The Florida Legislature may be one step closer to prohibiting red light camera programs statewide, something that could affect local revenue significantly. The Florida House … more
Clay County was still wet behind the ears when the Civil War commenced. The area had only been lopped off from southern Duval County a year or so before on the last day of 1858. Memories of being … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Chicken soup is good for a cold, a spoon full of honey helps a sore throat and hundreds more home remedies and treatments have been passed down through our culture.While … more
Foundation to host “A Drug Free Day in Clay”ORANGE PARK – A nonprofit foundation that educates the public about drug addiction has teamed up with City Streets to Student Athletes to … more
Tuesday, January 16Jeffrey Charles Roney, 24, Orange Park, Possession of Not More Than 20 g. Cannabis, Drug Equipment PossessionKenneth Shane Smith, 41, Orange Park, DWLSRMarcos Damian Medina, 22, … more
5 years ago, 2013A headcount of students in the Clay County School District showed 682 fewer students than projected, which put the district at risk of having a $6.47 million budget shortfall.The … more
JACKSONVILLE – One of Clay County’s largest development companies is helping preserve sensitive areas along Black Creek and Doctors Lake with help from a Jacksonville-based nonprofit. South … more
ORANGE PARK – For many Clay County residents, quality grocery products at low prices are just around the corner after the county’s second Aldi store opened its doors on Blanding Boulevard near … more
ORANGE PARK – A group of concerned citizens gathered Jan. 11 to project a Bat Signal onto Orange Park Town Hall in hopes that a hero would come to their aid. The group did not expect the dark … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Ellen Siler has returned to Quigley House as chief executive officer, but the move is not permanent. Siler is only stepping in as an interim chief until the board can hire … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – For almost a month, Paul Curtis’ trash can has been returned to its proper resting place after being emptied by Advanced Disposal, however, that has not always been the … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – With an eye toward the future, Clay County is taking a look at technology that would allow library patrons to check in and out their own books, freeing up librarians to do work … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Although given a reluctant green light, medical marijuana treatment centers may be closer to a reality in Clay County. The Clay County Board of Commissioners discussed … more
Yeoman to retire from Air ForceGOLDSBORO, N.C. – Master Sgt. Angela C. Padgett Yeoman will retire from the U.S. Air Force on Jan. 19 at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base.During her career, Yeoman, … more
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