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GREEN COVE SPRINGS – School Superintendent Addison Davis is coming to a screen near you along with education specialists, teachers, students and more. Davis’ new initiative “Community … more
ORANGE PARK – A new clinic in Orange Park is offering patients a drug-free treatment for depression that claims to be more than twice as effective as medication. While therapy and … more
NEWPORT, Rhode Island – Ensign John Hurst applied the lessons learned from Fleming Island to help in developing the skills to become a naval supply officer. “My hometown taught me the value of … more
Tuesday, November 6 Jamie Lynn Franks, 29, Green Cove Springs, Two Counts of Possession of Not More Than 20 g. CannabisJacqueline Suzanne Walters, 32, Orange Park, Child Neglect Without Great Bodily … more
OAKLEAF – It’s nearing time to whip out that SunPass. Clay County can expect tolls on the First Coast Expressway starting next year. The first phase of the First Coast Expressway project, 12 … more
MIDDLEBURG – On Nov. 2, 1918, World War I was coming to an end, the sinking of the H.M.S Titanic was six years old and the radio wasn’t widely in use. Middleburg resident Audrey Smith, who … more
ORANGE PARK – After getting the go ahead from Orange Park Town Council, the newly-formed Historic Preservation Task Force of Orange Park is now working on ways to best develop and then implement a … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Roll out the mats. Yoga classes at the Spring Park Pool Pavilion will be held the next two months, with a free session scheduled for Nov. 13. The pavilion will host five … more
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS — For the first time since the Streetscape project inception, the residents of Keystone Heights were able to speak directly with the Florida Department of Transportation about what … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS - A lawsuit filed by a Clay County School Board incumbent against her opponent has been put on hold until after the upcoming Nov. 6 election. Last week, on Oct. 23, incumbent … more
FLEMING ISLAND – Multiple former Florida elected officials are telling people to vote ‘no’ on all of the state’s 13 proposed Constitutional amendments on the ballot. more
It was in the late 1950s, when work crews arrived and cleared a plot on the east side of two- lane Hwy 17 about a mile south of the Doctors Lake Bridge. Even the clearing attracted attention because … more
During the year I have multiple conversations with my colleagues about awarding youth who participate in our 4-H competitions. During these conversations I often find myself asking the same question … more
TAI CHI FOR ARTHRITIS: Thru Nov. 27 from 11 a.m.-Noon, Middleburg Senior Center, 3916 Section St., Middleburg. Participants learn balance skills, good body alignment, and coordinated fluid movements … more
Wednesday, Oct. 24Hathaway, Christina Lynn Hathaway, 33, Middleburg, Criminal Mischief Tiffany Nichole Lowry, 31, Green Cove Springs, Forged Check, Criminal Use of ID, False Report of Crime, Credit … more
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