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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
DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE: Meets Dec. 7, Dec. 14, Dec. 21 and Dec. 28 at 10 a.m. each date in the Zoning Department Conference Room, 3rd Floor of the Administration Building, 477 Houston St., … more
5 years ago, 2012Political newcomer Johnna McKinnon defeated one-term incumbent Frank Farrell in the District 4 race for the Clay County School Board with 52 percent of the vote compared to … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Everyone’s heard of rescue dogs and cats, but a rescue zebra? It, and other exotic animals in need of help, could be in the future for Clay County as officials begin looking … more
By the 1920s, the population and economic health of Orange Park were in a severe decline. The fickle tourist trade had dwindled and died. The burgeoning orange industry crashed when the freezes of … more
FLEMING ISLAND – A little over two years ago, Claire McCool stepped into the classroom with a demeanor that was quieter than usual... more
Pantry angels hold food drive GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Kathy Coletti, a Realtor with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices on Fleming Island, has been holding food drives for the Food Pantry of Green Cove … 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
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
J.A. Long Design Builders annual Clay County food driveORANGE PARK – Custom Home Builder J.A. Long Inc. is teaming up with some of its long-time partners in the building industry for its annual … 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
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
5 years ago, 2012The Fraternal Order of Police and Sheriff Rick Beseler unveiled the county’s first-ever memorial honoring fallen police officers to be built at sheriff’s office … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – As temperatures hopefully being to fall and our landscapes get less green, it is time to consider your fall garden. With the luxury afforded by our mild winters, we can … more
ORANGE PARK – For one evening, Bryan Benda and Russell Payne got to go back to elementary school. The S. Bryan Jennings alumni returned to their old stomping grounds Friday evening for the … more
Hurricane Irma recently impacted the First Coast and I hope this column finds you and your family well. My family emerged virtually unscathed besides some traveling expenses. Some of our friends … more
FLEMING ISLAND – It not only came with a unanimous vote from the school board, but a letter of support from Florida’s premier space agency. The Clay County School Board voted Nov. 2 to named … more
Food Pantry gets a boostGREEN COVE SPRINGS – On Sept. 23, Latter Day Saint Emergency Services trucks delivered 2,900 pounds of emergency food supplies to The Pantry of Green Cove Springs. … more
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