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GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Most people have never had a truly good cup of coffee. more
ORANGE PARK – Twenty-two weeks ago, Tiffany Colón had no intentions of graduating from high school. Rather than paying attention to what the teacher was saying, Colón was using class time to … more
ORANGE PARK – Speed humps and other devices aimed at slowing traffic could be coming to an Orange Park street near you. Town Council reviewed a proposal from a citizens’ ad-hoc committee last … more
Green Cove Springs, FL – Clay County Board of County Commissioners is pleased to announce that the County Road 218 bridge will reopen Friday, December 8, at close of business. The bridge was closed … more
ORANGE PARK – Orange Park artist Jeanne Pellegrino never thought she would be an abstract painter. Like most artists, she started out doing realistic drawing, won some awards in her youth, and … more
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – After four months of searching, the Keystone Heights City Council voted unanimously to elect Karen Lake as its Mayor. The Dec. 4 action came after former mayor Tony Brown … more
ORANGE PARK – Now that December is here, many Clay County families are preparing for Christmas by donning their house with dancing lights or decorating a Christmas tree. A growing number of Clay … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – In its first meeting in a month, the Green Cove Springs City Council closed out its last meeting of 2017 with a four-hour marathon to tackle as much as possible before the … more
OAKLEAF – Sunday morning, Mary Pat Callihan stood in a parking lot filled with about 800 students from Clay County schools. Callihan, the Orange Park Elementary School Media Specialist, was in … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The Clay County School District has named its selections for the “Clay All-County Coaches Golf Teams. During the year, coaches for each sport will select the 1st Team, 2nd … more
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – After a 4-0 vote, the Keystone Heights City Council will again start taking applications for the Mayor’s seat after two unsuccessful attempts. Former mayor Tony Brown … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The winds and rains of Hurricane Irma may be long gone, but what’s left behind – including tons of debris, a huge financial price tag and even illegal dumping … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Hidden by fences reaching 10 feet high, with zero publicity, just as its owner intended, sitting in between Palatka and Green Cove Springs is a sanctuary and safe haven for … more
CAMP BLANDING – Veteran’s Day is a solemn event. It is not a holiday for celebration, it is a time to remember. Audience members clap with reservation, focus hard on the colors of the flag … more
DOCTORS INLET – After Hurricane Irma hit in mid-September, the sign outside Safe Animal Shelter read “closed.” Shelter Director Sherry Mansfield received numerous calls, emails and text … more
MIDDLEBURG – Secluded from the busier parts of Middleburg, the residential area of Calendula and Petunia avenues is best described as quiet and peaceful. As Sheriff Darryl Daniels and his … more
ORANGE PARK – Brian McElyea got a little teary-eyed as he spoke to county commissioners, Special Olympics volunteers and a host of area first responders Tuesday night at a ribbon cutting ceremony … more
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