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Five years ago, 2019 • A 4-1 vote from the Clay County School Board hired  Kenneth Wagner to be the first Chief of Police for the school district's new police department. Currently, Clay … more
Five years ago, 2019 • Managing Editor at the Clay Today Eric Cravey announces his decision to step down. "Despite all of the yelling, threats and intimidation I’ve endured from the public … more
Five years ago, 2019 • One year after the Marjory Stoneman Douglass shooting, the Clay County School Board voted to create and staff its own police department. This was a move that was initially … more
Five years ago, 2019 • Hundreds of residents were able to see the plans and renderings of a segment of the First Coast Expressway for the first time. The massive $230 million project is still … more
After the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, it was mandated across Florida that every school must have at least one officer present on campus. Clay County … more
Five years ago, 2019 • Don Fann, Executive Director of The Way Free Medical Clinic, worked to develop a plan to expand the clinic from its then location at Green Cove Springs, a building which it … more
   Five years ago, 2019 • The Clay Soil and Water Conservation District held its first-ever swearing-in ceremony for its four newly elected members. Today, the Clay Soil and … more
    Five years ago, 2019 • Keystone Heights joined the passport program of the Florida Trail Association. Hikers passing through could show their passport booklet at the … more
    Five years ago, 2018 • Clay County District Schools achieved a graduation rate greater than 90% for the first time in the county’s history, according to the … more
Five years ago, 2018 • “Tad’s Toys” made its inaugural premiere at Orange Park Elementary School. Kathy Lawrence, project manager of Network for Students with Emotional/ … more
Five years ago, 2018 • The Jacksonville Transportation Authority took over as the transportation coordinator for disadvantaged residents who relied on the Clay County Council on … more
Five years ago, 2018 • The county was engrossed in months of deliberations regarding funding for the Clay Council on Aging (CCA) and its ability to provide senior citizens transportation, … more
Word of the Week is a feature that aims to help readers boost their vocabulary in a meaningful way that has practical application. Each week, our editorial staff presents a word, its definition and … more
Five years ago, 2018 • Bridge Eight Press’ anthology “15 Views of Jacksonville” features a short story from author Tiffany Melanson, who shares her experiences growing up … more
Five years ago, 2018 • A total of 93,997 of Clay County’s 153,119 voters cast ballots in the 2018 election. Clay County voters said “no” to three proposed county charter … more
Five years ago, 2018 • The Jacksonville Transportation Authority’s St. Johns River Ferry was reopened after repairs and maintenance. • The Streetscape project in Keystone … more
Five years ago, 2018 • More than 730 pounds of salad were recalled in Green Cove Springs due to fears of salmonella contamination, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. … more
Five years ago, 2018 • As the Council on Aging of Clay County searched for ways to reduce financial losses, the board announced the firing of Executor Director Al Rizer. • Mayor … more
Five years ago, 2018 • A new medical marijuana center opened in Orange Park on Blanding Boulevard. … more
Five years ago, 2018 • Mary Bolla pulled a $28,900 pay supplement request for Superintendent Addison Davis from the agenda after Davis helped advance the school district’s state grade … more
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