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GREEN COVE SPRINGS—Friends of the Green Cove Springs Library are sponsoring two free writing workshops on Aug. 8. The first workshop, Creative Writing, will be from 1 to 3 p.m., and the second, … more
SOUNDS OF FREEDOM FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION will be on July 4 throughout downtown Keystone Heights...

 FREEDOM 5K 2024 is on July 4 from 8-10 a.m. at Keystone Heights Historic Pavilion...

AMERICAN PRIDE 4TH OF JULY will be celebrated at Moosehaven ... more

FLEMING ISLAND – Blood donations have declined and blood usage at local hospitals has increased, which has led to a summer blood shortage. Without an adequate blood supply, patient care can and … more
FREEDOM 5K 2024 is on July 4 from 8-10 a.m. at Keystone Heights Historic Pavilion at Lake Geneva, 565 S. Lawrence Blvd. To register, visit runsignup.com/Race/FL/KeystoneHeights/4thofJulyFreedom5K. … more
JACKSONVILLE — If you haven't had the chance to see the "Searching for Augusta Savage" documentary on PBS , which explores the life and legacy of the visionary artist, educator and leader, … more
Like artist Augusta Savage and businessman Charles Merrill, Nixon Smiley was a kid from a small town who went on to do great things in life. Nixon was a reporter, columnist, editor , and feature … more
INDIANAPOLIS – Caeleb Dressel won the 100-meter butterfly at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials Saturday night, and the Clay High graduate was cheered on by friends, family and fans at a Watch … more
ORANGE PARK  — BASCA CEO Patrick Kennedy gave Clay Today a house tour of a property located on Old Jennings Road, the  permanent home for seven with disabilities.  The home was … more
MIDDLEBURG — Taxpayers were told that if they helped pay for the Clay County Regional Sports Complex, teams from around the country would come to use the facility, and they’d be repaid when … more
DOCTORS INLET  —  The Florida Department of Health Clay County issued a health alert for harmful blue-green algae toxins in Doctors Lake based on samples taken  on June 11. Water … more
JACKSONVILLE — “Rights of a Father,” a film featuring a fictional court case set in Clay County and  filmed at the historic 1890 Clay County Courthouse , was premiered at the Ritz Theatre … more
ORANGE PARK — The  Florida Small Business Development Center at the University of North Florida (Florida SBDC at UNF) is pleased to announce the promotion of Christian Evangelista to … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. —  To address the aggressive and systematic threats from   foreign adversaries, Chairman of the Early Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Education Subcommittee, U.S. … more
ORANGE PARK —   In partnership with Jax Beach Aviation, St. Johns River State College will launch a fast-track pilot program at the Jacksonville Executive at Craig Airport this fall … more
ORANGE PARK — Chances are that your friends, neighbors and countless local professionals are St. Johns River State College graduates. Many have forged ahead to become pillars of our … more
CLAY COUNTY — Sharon E. Flowers believes education should be a collaboration between a student, teacher and parents. Along with classmates, educators and parents, everyone can create a … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS  — Paul Wane thought there was no greater joy than seeing a smile on a child’s face when he hands them an instrument as part of his Rising Stars: Guitars for Kids program. … more
CLAY COUNTY — After a vicious raid on his home by the Cuban government, Robert Alvero was left with no other options. He took off from a boat and fled the island. He secured political … more
Clay Today will test your knowledge weekly and provide interesting facts on various topics. This week, somebody needs to buy a map. Seeing the car at the stop light with a sticker from Nissan of … more
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