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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – A small take-one, leave-one library in a local park has been turned into a makeshift food pantry by a 7-year-old resident. Olivia Doherty, 7, is a resident of the Keystone … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Food pantries are always an important part of their surrounding community but amidst the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, their importance for families in the area have risen to … more
FLEMING ISLAND – The Paul E. and Klare N. Reinhold Foundation, Inc. is postponing the April 21, 2020 Celebrate Clay awards breakfast. The Foundation is following the CDC recommendations to cancel … more
ORANGE PARK – As everyone in Clay County tries to combat the spread of the coronavirus, it’s important residents know how to properly clean and sanitize the things they touch the most. Orange … more
ORANGE PARK – Stress or anxiety is likely to affect each of us during this new time. Here are some helpful hints:1. Try deep breathing, relaxation, or mindfulness exercises.● Make it a … more
U.S. Representatives, 3rd DistrictAdam Christensen (Dem)Philip Dodds (Dem)Richard Allen Rowe (Dem)Tom Wells (Dem)Kat Cammack (Rep)Kent Guinn (Rep)Joe Dallas Millado (Rep)Amy Pope Wells (Rep)Gavin … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – This spring, seniors throughout the First Coast will graduate high school and move onto the different paths leading to their futures. But that graduation, along with many … more
JACKSONVILLE – As many schools and districts across Florida shift to online and at-home learning in an effort to lessen the spread of COVID-19, WJCT Public Media, in partnership with public media … more
CLAY COUNTY – Several testing facilities for the coronavirus now are open throughout Northeast Florida. Florida has three federal facilities currently testing people for the coronavirus every … more
 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – A local resident got 6,000 signatures on a petition in two days to shut down the State of Florida during the coronavirus pandemic. Keystone Heights resident … more
CLAY COUNTY – While the YMCA’s gym, pool, and other amenities are closed indefinitely during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, its “kid zone” area is open as a temporary daycare for parents … more
ORANGE PARK – With dining rooms closed and eat-in service suspended indefinitely, the restaurant industry is taking a hit and workers in that sector are feeling the pinch. Daniel DeLeon, president … more
CLAY COUNTY – Nursing homes and assisted living centers around the area have been effectively closed to the public amidst the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. There are only a handful of cases in … more
ARGYLE – Meadow Bend residents Denita Dickson and Karolyn Fox aren’t happy with the additional traffic and rubbernecking attention to Randall Piercy’s roadside stand outside their … more
CLAY COUNTY – By any measure, the first day of online classes on March 31 for the Clay County School District exceeded the most-optimistic expectations. More than 49,000 people logged into the … more
When it comes to business in Clay County, the glass still is half-full, despite the restrictions and cancelations created by COVID-19. Clay Today will be providing a list of business who still … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Despite declaring a state of emergency four days earlier, the Green Cove Springs City Council held the last in-person meeting of the foreseeable future on Tuesday to … more
ORANGE PARK – When Jamie Thole went to lunch earlier this week, he was frustrated when his favorite café was closed. His frustration turned to agitation when he had to walk to the door and read … more
CLAY COUNTY — Local businesses that thrive as social gathering hubs are feeling the impact of COVID-19-related regulations and safety measures recently put into place. Gov. Ron DeSantis … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Just like everyone else, the Clay County Jail has been affected by the threat of COVID-19. Balancing in- and out-going traffic while also maintaining the health of those … more
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