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GREEN COVE SPRINGS – In the peak of the summer heat, one of the most helpful things to have in your landscape is also one of the worst to be working with. However, mulching can pay dividends … more
A MATTER OF BALANCE: ElderSource presents this free program designed to reduce the fear of falling and increase activity levels for people ages 60 and up. Through May 30 from 9:30-11:30 a.m., … more
CLAY COUNTY – Before the advent of the internet, political candidates’ only means of sharing their positions came from face-to-face interaction with their constituents—Clay County Republican … more
Let’s begin today’s effort not by looking forward, but by looking backward. I invite you to join me in reminiscing about an adventure that began 57 years ago when a young John F. Kennedy … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The Clay County Board of County Commissioners may be doing away with some Clay Transit routes as the Council on Aging continues to lose money on the transportation service. … more
Saturday, May 19 John Calvin Briley, 25, Orange Park, Possession of Not More Than 20 g. Cannabis, Drug Equipment Possession Warren Eugene Miller, 19, Fleming Island, Petit Theft, Obtaining … more
Ruise graduates from the University of Rhode Island KINGSTON, Rhode Island – At the University of Rhode Island’s 132nd Commencement on May 19-20, about 3,300 undergraduate and 750 … more
For Publishing on or After May 25th, 2018 By Wayne Hobbs, Environmental Horticulture Agent, Clay County Growing up in the Northeast, I always helped my grandparents in their extensive garden … more
DRUG TAKE BACK: Securely dispose of unneeded and expired medications, July 19 from 3-7 p.m., Rigel Center, Penney Retirement Community, 4195 Wilbank Ave., Penney Farms. Sponsored by Clay Action … more
Shooting ends in attempted murder charge GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Bond is set at $400,000 for a Green Cove Springs man charged with attempted murder. The Green Cove Springs Police … more
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – Food trucks might soon be routing their GPS systems to the City of Keystone Heights. During the regular Keystone Heights City Council meeting held July 2, City Clerk Lynn … more
5 years ago, 2013The Clay County Sheriff’s Office put up for sale a Palomino horse and three goats left abandoned at a large underground pot grow operation in Middleburg in which old rail cars … more
Tuesday, July 17Jessica Dianne Warren, 31, Green Cove Springs, Possession of a Controlled SubstanceJulius Lee Jones, 54, Orange Park, Possession of a Controlled Substance Without a Valid … more
Clean out your closet, help a neighbor in needORANGE PARK – The Clothes Closet and Food Pantry of Orange Park is getting ready for its Annual Garage Sale, it’s largest fundraising event … more
MIDDLEBURG – As Clay County begins preparations for another hurricane season, there are still hundreds of people wading through the messy waters, destroyed houses and dramatically different lives … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Clay County residents were asked to voice their opinions about local tourism and where that industry should go in the future in five community meetings held in the area this … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The search for the new Green Cove Springs city manager is narrowed down to 12 semi-finalists after a meeting last week. After current City Manager Danielle Judd announced … more
ORANGE PARK – The Orange Park Town Council seems to be fed up with the work of multiple construction teams responsible for the work recently completed on Kingsley East and Plainfield Avenue. … more
ORANGE PARK – Orange Park Police Officer Scott Lineberry thumbed through yearbooks on a table in the Orange Park Elementary library stacked with books from the 1980s. Lineberry stood in a room … more
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