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GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The Clay County Sheriff’s Office receives “hundreds” of tips about sexually abused and trafficked children. More alarming is the fact those represent a small portion of … more
OAKLEAF – Saint Leo University President Ed Dadez, Ph.D., announced several operational changes for the 134-year-old nonprofit Catholic institution on Feb., including the closure of its Oakleaf … more
PENNEY FARMS – Clamour Theatre Company’s Fifth Annual Playwright’s Retreat, “Clay & Water 2023,” will be live this year after having virtual retreats for the past two years. Partnering … more
ORANGE PARK – Since 2019, the Clay County Clerk of the Court and Comptroller’s Operation Green Light event has helped hundreds of customers become eligible for driver’s license … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Spring Park was busy last Saturday with the Augusta Savage Arts Festival. Thousands of residents, art lovers and a community who embraced Savage’s artistic and civil rights … more
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – A new retail shop called the Artisan Shoppe will open its doors on March 1. It will be open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and have various affordable high-end … more
ORANGE PARK – Clay County Commerce Ambassadors celebrated the opening of Ortho One Jacksonville’s Orange Park office at 794 Blanding Blvd. with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Providing comprehensive … more
Fleming Island’s Whitney Hall graduates from TampaTAMPA – Fleming Island alumnus Whitney Hall graduated from The University of Tampa. She earned a Physician Assistant Medicine degree. … more
ORANGE PARK – With June weddings quickly approaching, prospective brides had an opportunity last Saturday to shop for dresses, entertainment, catering and honeymoon ideas at the Thrasher-Horne … more
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – Misty Dawn is a woman on a mission. Dawn works full-time as a job training facilitator at Agency For Life Transformations, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to empowering people … more
FLEMING ISLAND – Robert Boozer had a heart attack six months into his ownership of his motorcycle repair shop, Boozer’s Bike Shop. But that wouldn’t end up coming close to the challenge that … more
DOCTORS INLET – Everyone knows that picky eaters can make family meals difficult, if downright impossible, some weeks. After navigating football practice, band recitals, homework requirements, … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Kindred Hospital North Florida is a long-term acute hospital that treats patients requiring care and rehabilitation. “We are a long-term acute hospital with an acute rehab … more
PONTE VEDRA BEACH – The Players Championship The Players Championship, held each year at TPC Sawgrass’ Stadium Course, has been won by some of the most recognized names in the golf world – Jack … more
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – A new retail shop called the Artisan Shoppe will open its doors on March 1. It will be open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and have various affordable high-end … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Emory, a self-proclaimed “backyard mechanic,” was holding a chipboard instead of a wrench during an instructional class on Saturday at the Clay County Sheriff’s … 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 Probation; BAL-blood … more
Five years ago, 2018• A historical marker was installed at Orange Park Junior High where Orange Park Normal and Industrial School taught Black and white students despite the state prohibitions … more
Fleming Island’s Whitney Hall graduates from Tampa TAMPA – Fleming Island alumnus Whitney Hall graduated from The University of Tampa. She earned a Physician Assistant Medicine degree. … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Just steps away – or a short drive – from most of our offices is our Black History Month Display, currently set up in our courthouse’s main lobby, which is easily … more
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