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In the late 1800s, Christmas always meant a major celebration at the Fleming family’s Hibernia Plantation and guest house. Things were busy all year round with the never ending duties required … more
If you have ever seen a fish kill, the smell and sight is something you will never forget. Many of us have grown accustom to seeing fish kills in the summer, but during the winter months there … more
Abandoned, injured cats need homes for ChristmasORANGE PARK – A cat and a kitten who were found on Jacksonville-area roads abandoned and injured are looking for a good home as their Christmas … more
Tuesday, December 11Isaac Quintin Wagon, 22, Orange Park, Resisting an Officer, Loitering, DWLSRMichael Willis Brooks, 31, Middleburg, Simple Domestic BatterySeth Antonio Vonae Daughtry, 21, Green … more
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – There’s a new place for electric car owners to charge their cars in Clay County and it’s in Keystone Heights. About a year and a half ago, the North Florida … more
FLEMING ISLAND – In a unanimous move, the Clay County School Board voted to give Superintendent Addison Davis a $19,520 salary supplement as he approaches his third year on the job. The move … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – After about three years of work involving letters, meetings and negotiations, the Town of Orange Park is one step closer to securing a Certificate of Need to operate its … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The Jacksonville Transportation Authority will take over as transportation coordinator for disadvantaged residents who currently use the Clay County Council on Aging’s Clay … more
ORANGE PARK – ElderSource, a Jacksonville-based agency that provides funding to the Clay Council on Aging, announced Monday it was switching providers to Jacksonville-based Aging True to contract … more
FLEMING ISLAND – Baptist Health’s new $11.7 million ambulatory surgery center opened Tuesday with a celebratory ribbon-cutting. A crowd of about 50 toured the facility and the equipment and … more
When someone mentions the county fair, what is the first thing you think of? Is it the smell of the fair food, the crafts and vendors, or maybe it is the different animals, or riding all the … more
Phosphorous removal project funding approved PALATKA – The Jacksonville office of Seattle-based SWIG LLC was recently awarded a $1.5 million contract to remove phosphorous from Doctors Lake in … more
Tuesday, December 4John Wesley Krausie, 18, Lake Asbury, Possession of More Than 20 g. Cannabis, Drug Equipment PossessionTyler Lee Sylvester, 41, Fleming Island, DUIDarry Darnell Jackson, 18, … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Discussion around a proposal to revamp the Clay County Fairgrounds and other local amenities continues to be a balancing act for the Tourist Development Council. The plan … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The world is not a scary place or at least it’s not as scary as many people try to portray it as, if the Semi-Annual Uniform Crime Report from the Florida Department of Law … more
ORANGE PARK – Officials with the Town of Orange Park are prepared for the worst yet hoping for the best after sitting in a County Commission Finance and Audit Committee meeting this week … more
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