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CAMP BLANDING – The arrival of a red-cockaded woodpecker from Osceola National Forest last month was met with aplomb from forest and conservation officials. The woodpecker, listed as … more
FLEMING ISLAND – The Clay County School Board said it may sue for a special election to get a half-cent sales tax in front of voters this year. The school board wanted the referendum on the … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS - Donned in their Gis, children were sparring, yelling and running around on the mats before a karate class started. For black belt and teacher Timothy Campbell, it’s a … more
Clay Clerk, KidsFirst accepting back-to-school supplies at county administration buildingGREEN COVE SPRINGS – The Clay County Clerk of Court’s office has joined with KidsFirst of Florida … more
Students can register now for fall semester classes at SJR StateRegistration is underway for the fall semester at St. Johns River State College.The last day to apply for the full and A term is Aug. … more
By the time The Town of Orange Park was officially incorporated in February of 1879, Washington Gano Benedict and his associates in The Florida Winter Home and Improvement Co. had been moving and … more
CLAY COUNTY – It’s that time of year when children across the state are gleefully singing Alice Copper’s hit song, “School’s Out,” and enjoying days full of sun and fun. Although, unlike … more
Five years ago, 2014Clay County voters can determine whether the school district should appoint or elect its school superintendent after the ballot issue for it was approved. “Fishing … more
In July 1919, a postage stamp cost two cents. Jack Dempsey had just won the heavyweight boxing championship with a third-round TKO of Jess Willard. And Beth was born. It now costs 55 cents to … more
ORANGE PARK – Although Shirley Eady’s Signature’s Hair Design Academy is open seven days a week, she reserves Mondays for a special clientele – veterans. Eady, along with other … more
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – Ken Brock left Amvets Post 86 on Feb. 1 on a cross-country walk to promote post-traumatic stress disorder programs at Wounded Warrior Project. With his walk completed, the … more
Over the years, you’ll experience many personal and professional milestones. Each of these can be satisfying, but they may also bring challenges – especially financial ones. That’s … more
MIDDLEBURG – Toll collection will begin Saturday, July 13 on the first phase of the First Coast Expressway, which connects Blanding Boulevard to Interstate 10 in Duval County.The tolled portion … more
(Name, age, location of arrest, charges). Key: FTA-Failure to Appear; DWLSR-Driving Without a License-Suspended or Revoked; DUI-Driving Under the Influence; VOP-Violation of Parole. There are no … more
Students can register now for fall semester classes at SJR StateRegistration is underway for the fall semester at St. Johns River State College.The last day to apply for the full and A term is Aug. … more
County preparing to give back unclaimed money Residents urged to check in Clay Today, online to see if you’re owed a check GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The Clay County Clerk’s Office may have … more
Fleming Island man dies in Orange Park crashORANGE PARK – A 54-year-old Fleming Island man died Monday morning in a two-car accident that shut down traffic on U.S. 17 for nearly three … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The Board of County Commissioners denied approval the school board’s half-cent sales tax resolution, saying it was concerned about the timing of the request and a lack of … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – City leaders voted 3-0 to end its contract with Hooper Corporation for electric distribution capital improvement projects. Staffing was an issue with Hooper, according to … more
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – City council members voted 4-1 Monday to approve a 3% pay raise for City Manager Scott Kornegay, and they learned that nearly 58% of the residents approve of the work being done … more
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