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CLAY COUNTY – Local law enforcement agencies applauded the recent passage of a bill that makes texting and driving a primary offense, and they promised to start pulling people over as soon as the … more
Noted space scientist brings stories, moon rocks, meteorites to Oakleaf HighOAKLEAF – Thomas Webber’s AP and Honors Physics students at Oakleaf High were treated to a unique opportunity … more
Cortney Alstatt returned to work last weekend, less than a month following a double-mastectomy to fight Stage 3 breast cancer. The Clay County Sheriff’s Office deputy worked in the control room at … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – More than 2,000 people braved sweltering heat on Memorial Day to honor the nation’s soldiers during the 34th Riverfest at Spring Park. With temperatures reaching 101 … more
A Florida Historical Marker was placed at the River Park Inn (formerly Cottage A at the renowned Clarendon Hotel) at 103 S. Magnolia Ave. in Green Cove Springs last Saturday, May 18, to honor the … more
MELROSE – Music has taken Polish singer and instrumentalist Maya Majka everywhere, from reality television, to performing in front of hundreds or a group of small friends in her hometown. Majka … more
Cargill comes out of retirement to be a counselor at Seven BridgesORANGE PARK – Kathleen M. Cargill, M.Ed., has joined the volunteer staff of Seven Bridges School as School Counselor, according … more
ORANGE PARK – Brenda Glover spent nearly 10 years looking for her lost her wedding ring in the filing room at Orange Park Medical Center, only to find it shortly before she begrudgingly agreed to … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Clay County must provide election materials, advertising, hotline, web site and ballots in Spanish, as well as hiring Spanish-speaking employees and poll workers, a federal … more
Five years ago, 2014Outside study reveals Green Cove City employees earn 8.7 percent less than other workers from similar-sized cities in Northeast Florida.A stretch of Blanding Boulevard from County … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The Florida Department of Transportation has started its pile-driving operations on the second phase of the First Coast Expressway. Crews will be working near future County … more
ORANGE PARK – Four senior citizens were honored Wednesday by the Shepherd’s Center for their volunteer work in Clay County. Linda Grabowski (Lifetime Achievement Award), Mike Jorgensen … more
Ernie Cohen, left, the community liaison for Kids First of Florida and Clay Behavioral Health Center, accepts a “generous” donation from Charlie Eddins of The Heritage Singers of Jacksonville … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – As Clay County eighth-grade students continue to embrace a curriculum that features local history, culminating with the History Festival on Saturday, the Board of County … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Many of the mossy oaks are gone, replaced by three-car garages, screened-in porches and swimming pools. The loud, ear-splitting shrieks of wild animals have turned into a … more
Yellow fever and Asian tiger mosquitoes found in Florida – and infected with the Zika virus – are good at transmitting the virus, new University of Florida research shows. Zika can make people … more
Five years ago, 2014Green Cove Springs votes against a plan that would allow electric companies to engage in “peak shaving,” a plan that would allow cities to generate some of its own … more
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