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Middleburg man pleads guilty to child porn productionJACKSONVILLE – Acting United States Attorney W. Stephen Muldrow announced Oct. 10 that Andrew Ryan Leslie, 22, of Middleburg pleaded guilty … more
ORANGE PARK — The North Florida Transportation Planning Organization is giving every Northeast Florida resident the chance to shape future transportation projects simply by journaling. The TPO … more
ORANGE PARK – On April 19, 2013, a Dodge Charger stopped Alicia and David Gladden’s life. The charger, driven by a U.S. Navy officer under the influence of alcohol, flew into oncoming traffic … more
You are dedicated to living a fit life, but your work-family life schedule permits you to workout at 9:30 p.m, or let’s say at 1 a.m. Would you go that late if you had a place that was open? If you … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – In Florida, we have a huge range of animals and plants that pack a bite. Who hasn’t felt the burn of the fire ant or the sting of a nettle? However, many people never … more
MELROSE – Clyde the Wonder Dog has coloring much like a German Shepherd, has been mistaken for a giant bear and brings smiles to the faces of people of all ages. One Saturday a month, Kathy … more
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – Beginning Monday, Oct. 23, residents who want to enter public service can apply to become the next mayor of Keystone Heights. Between Oct. 23 and 4 p.m. on Nov. 3, residents … more
5 years ago, 2012Green Cove Springs City Council approved a three percent cost-of-living pay raise for city employees.After not gaining a majority of votes for a County Commission she pursued, Marge … more
‘Low Bono’ program reaches out to Clay County residentsGREEN COVE SPRINGS – Clay County Clerk of the Circuit Court Tara S. Green is continuing her office’s Low Bono … 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
Tuesday, October 17 Mark Angelo, 41, Middleburg, CCSO, Engaging in Contractor Business Without a License Khadrede Brown, 23, Jacksonville, CCSO, VOP - Grand Theft $300-4,999 Tyler Davis, 20, … more
MIDDLEBURG – As the Halloween season approaches, the Ghostbusters of Middleburg are gearing up for their favorite month of the year. While they actually don’t fight any ghosts or evil spirits … more
JACKSONVILLE – Hundreds gathered Thursday at a 1940s-era hangar on the Naval Air Station Jacksonville runway to welcome home about 200 members of the VP-26 Tridents from a six-month deployment to … more
ORANGE PARK – Music has a way of bringing people together and that’s exactly what a few musicians who call Clay County home hope to do next month. Brothers Donnie and Johnny Van Zant are … more
The theater sat on the west side of two-lane U.S. Highway 17. Just north of the Clay County line, the back of the screen loomed into the sky. The flickering marquee sat close to the road … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – An annual report shows the health of the St. Johns River and its tributaries has improved while other aspects continue to worsen. The 10th annual State of the River Report … more
5 years ago, 2012Clay County Sheriff Rick Beseler launched the Clay Connection program to keep in contact with shut-in elderly residents in the event of an emergency. St. Vincent’s Medical … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Shahen Musinian and Izabelle Kardian believe the best way to share the history of their motherland Armenia is through their food. The couple, having been married 28 years, … more
Clay students inducted into honor societyBATON ROUGE, La. – Eight college students from Clay County are now members of the prestigious collegiate honor society Phi Kappa Phi.Described as the … more
Scout program provides mealsMIDDLEBURG – Troops from the scout program American Heritage Girls helped provide a respite for linemen who were working in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma last … more
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