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CLAY COUNTY – Residents living on or near Wells Road are encouraged to complete a survey to share ideas for the Gateway to Clay initiative. The project is a partnership between public … more
CLAY COUNTY – The National Wreaths Across America Day will be held on Saturday, Dec. 16. Join the more than two million volunteers and supporters who will gather to Remember, Honor and Teach at … more
JACKSONVILLE – Due to popular demand, Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience, a one-of-a-kind exhibition developed in partnership with the National Geographic Society and produced by Paquin … more
JACKSONVILLE – The Curt Towne Band will join another legendary Southern Rock band on Jan. 6 for a show at The Florida Theatre. Towne, who is a co-owner of the Guitar Station in Green Cove … more
Due to a reporting error, Clay Today incorrectly identified Ashton Scott Huffman as being charged with second-degree murder. He was charged with attempted second-degree murder, as well as firing a … more
I drove to work one day last week. I drove to get lunch, to let my two dogs out and then I drove back. I drove to my brother’s school to give him a ride home. Then I drove back to work. I drove – … more
ORANGE PARK – Nathan Potratz, General Manager of Gordon Chevrolet, presented Pace Center for Girls Executive Director Genelle Thomas with a $1,000 donation that will go to the organization … more
FLEMING ISLAND – The Island Theater performed Disney’s “Newsies” in several sold-out shows this past month. Performers tap-danced, sang and spared on stage in an engaging and energetic … more
On Oct. 7, Hamas terrorists from Gaza launched a surprise attack against towns in southern Israel, including a music festival. Media reported there were more than 1,200 killed, including 25 from the … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The Tourist Development Council (TDC) unanimously approved a grant of $18,000 for the Inspire National Dance Competition to host its annual competition on April 12-14 at the … more
Alese Piety, a sophomore in the automotive program at Florida State College in Jacksonville, represented North Florida at the American E-Kart Championship in Illinois last weekend. The racer from … more
JACKSONVILLE – The 39th annual Caring Chefs event not only served the favorite samplings and cocktails from 23 local restaurants and bars, but it also attracted 500 to the Glass Factory to raise … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – On Oct. 10, the North Florida Land Trust presented its final report on the Conservation Program, first introduced to officials and the community last fall. Throughout the … more
LAKE ASBURY – Golf cart parades are common near Henley Road, including a Halloween parade last Saturday. Hundreds of participants and residents watched 52 golf carts with spooky decorations ride … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Residents of Clay Hill have been frustrated and confused by the U.S. Post Office for many years. A seemingly slight detail has led to significant inconvenience for the … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Habitat for Humanity hosted its eighth annual Leaders Build on Thursday, Oct. 5, where more than 60 dutiful volunteers worked to raise the now 182nd and 183rd houses attributed … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Just across the street from Spring Park sits a house included in the 1991 National Register of Historic Places for Green Cove Springs. The house dates back to 1887, and it’s … more
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – A couple from Melrose were arrested after lumber was reported missing from a construction site on Oct. 14. more
CLAY COUNTY – The officials recently arrested 20 people, including three from Clay County, in a fraudulent transportation scheme that caused more than $5 million in losses to the Florida Medicaid program. An investigation uncovered the defendants operated a nonemergency medical transportation service that billed Medicaid for thousands of trips never provided. more
JACKSONVILLE – U.S. District Judge Maria M. Howard has sentenced Connor Lee Austin, 31, to 18 months in federal prison for theft of mail. His term of imprisonment will run consecutive to his current sentence of 36 months in Florida State Prison. Austin’s co-defendant, Maranda Ann Stewart, 26, also from Starke, was sentenced to six months in federal prison for theft of mail. The court ordered the pair to pay restitution to the victims in the case. more
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