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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
FLEMING ISLAND – The Lights On Afterschool program is to after school programs as Christmas is to children. It’s the one day of the year where educators can shine a spotlight on the need for … more
ORANGE PARK – Jay Adair has been watching Orange Park High School baseball for a few years now. His son Jordan is currently a junior at the school, and his son Jared recently graduated from … more
ORANGE PARK – The first punch came while Jane stood in the doorway to her home. Prior to the first assault, Jane, whose name is hidden to protect her identity, was skeptical that her … more
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