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(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 Probation; BAL-blood … more
CCSO: Traffic stop leads to fentanyl trafficking arrestORANGE PARK – An Orange Park man was arrested for trafficking fentanyl after he was stopped on Blanding Boulevard for weaving in and out … more
MIDDLEBURG – Christmas will be here quicker than anyone knows it, so that doesn’t give the Salvation Army of Clay County a lot of time to get ready for its holiday programs to support needy … more
CLAY COUNTY – Once considered an important swing state, Florida turned decidedly Republican more
CLAY COUNTY DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE: will meet on Nov. 10 at 10 a.m. in the Zoning Department Conference Room, third floor of the Administration Building, 477 Houston St. in Green Cove … more
ORANGE PARK – Volunteer Day to support Pond to Park Project on College Drive attracted community leaders, residents and volunteers from Lowe’s Home Improvement who spent the day digging in the … more
CLAY COUNTY – Disability impacts all of us. Sixty-one million adults in the United States live with a disability, nearly a quarter of our population. In Florida, the number is even higher. Nearly … more
ORANGE PARK – Jim Dumas has been in the jewelry business for more than years. “So basically I’m a master jeweler,” said Dumas, “(And) I make jewelry from scratch.” Formerly of … more
ORANGE PARK – Providing food to hungry families hasn’t been a problem for Orange Park High’s monthly food distribution. The real challenge, said Community Partnership School Director Lauren … more
ORANGE PARK – HCA Florida Orange Park Hospital hosted a unique event geared toward women to encourage annual mammograms. The Mammos and Mimosas event was held at Orange Park Hospital’s Outpatient … more
CLAY COUNTY – Several buildings across Clay County have been donned in green lights as part of the National Association of County Veteran Service Officers’ “Operation Green Light.” The … more
903 pounds of unwanted drugs destroyed in Northeast FloridaCLAY COUNTY – The Drug Take Back event last week resulted in 15.7 pounds of expired, unused or unwanted medications in Clay … more
ORANGE PARK – There was plenty of optimism the Gateway to Clay Initiative would make a difference along the Wells Road corridor when it was organized a year ago. The results were more than … more
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – The City of Keystone Heights plans to encourage support for small shops. Jennifer Ford, owner of the Learning Wheel, was chosen by City Manager Lynn Rutkowski to head Keystone … more
CLAY COUNTY – The biggest lesson learned from Hurricane Ian in late September is that storms don’t always do what’s expected. That’s why the county didn’t take any chances as Tropical Storm … more
ORANGE PARK – Volunteer Day to support Pond to Park Project on College Drive attracted community leaders, residents and volunteers from Lowe’s Home Improvement who spent the day digging in the … more
Five years ago, 2017• The Clay County School Board decides to rename “Y” school, which is under construction, Discovery Oaks Elementary.• Former students return to S.B. Jennings … more
ORANGE PARK – The hardest parts of hitting the road for a concert tour are the hours traveling, the mindless hours of sitting in a different hotel room every night and counting on Ma Bell to … more
DOCTORS INLET – Keith Madsen was happy, yet skeptical when he read the notice taped to the side of the collection bin at the Doctor’s Inlet Environmental Convenience Center that said curbside … more
You may have heard about “sustainable investing.”  But if you're not familiar with it, you may have some questions: What does it involve? Is it right for me? Can I follow a … more
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