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FLEMING ISLAND – The Florida Department of Health in Clay has issued a Health Alert for the presence of harmful blue-green algal toxins in Swimming Pen Creek at Whitey’s Fish … more
OAKLEAF – About 100 hundred people met at a pavilion on June 17 on Eagle Landing Parkway, with Black-owned businesses and food trucks, religious organizations and attendees gathered to honor … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Cool Zoo, an interactive and educational wildlife travel exhibit, which features hands-on encounters with exotic animals, will be featured at the Watermelon Festival this … more
PENNEY FARMS – Dean Veltman, who served in the U.S. Army briefly during World War II and later as a 20-year chaplain in the Navy during conflicts in Korea and Vietnam, has been around the world … more
CLAY COUNTY – Southeastern Grocers Inc., parent company and home of Winn-Dixie grocery stores, together with the SEG Gives Foundation, is doubling down with a Military Monday matching commitment. … more
ORANGE PARK – St. Johns River State College student Rebekah Wilson was recently selected as a winner of the 2022 Scott Wright Student Essay Contest. Contestants were asked to describe how a member … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The state announced Tuesday that Green Cove Springs would receive nearly $1.4 million in Community Development Block Grant money, and it’s been earmarked to address a variety … more
FLEMING ISLAND – The Board of Directors of the Clay County Economic Development Corporation selected Crawford Powell as the new president of the organization.In this role, Crawford will oversee … more
ORANGE PARK – HCA Florida Orange Park Hospital has welcomed 17 high school juniors and seniors into their summer teen volunteer program, the only program of its kind in the area. The program, … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Chief John Guzman said Thelma Hiles and Chief Derek Asdot will be the first inductees to the police department’s Wall of Honor. Guzman made the announcement during the City … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The Magnolia Point Women’s Club lost one of its founding members, Gisela Ferrell, to breast cancer. She was an avid advocate of educating girls and her wish was that … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – A Michigan-based concrete manufacturer and supplier is setting up shop at a portion of the former Gustafson’s Dairy Farm. Truemont Materials is based in Charlevoix, … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Clay County Animal Services is partnering with Petco Love for National Foster A Pet Month by encouraging pet fostering with a “Focus on Fun.” Pet fostering saves lives … more
PENSACOLA – Petty Officer 3rd Class Radja Williams, a native of Oakleaf, serves the U.S. Navy assigned to Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Pensacola operating out of Naval Air Station … more
MIDDLEBURG – Mark Nye surveyed his collection of handmade kayaks on Saturday morning and picked one out to compete in the 2022 Sunshine State Games, presented by Amazon, Canoe Kayak Sprint Races on … more
ORANGE PARK – This year is one of celebration for the Morocco Shrine. The year marks three significant anniversaries. Shriners International celebrates 150 years since its incorporation in … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – A book taking place in Clay County will showcase the bond of three Native American women in 1950s Florida seeking to break free of societal roles of that time. Kathy Gilbert … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – A group of pilots spoke against an approved rezoning from last summer and a proposed development near Haller Airpark at Tuesday night’s Board of County Commissioners … more
ORANGE PARK – The resignation of Orange Park Vice-Mayor Eddie Henley means that the remaining four council members have a seat to fill. At the town’s June 7 meeting, Henley announced his … more
CLAY COUNTY – County leaders want to hear from residents on the proposed Annual Action Plan for federal funds designated to improve the quality of life in local communities.  Two public … more
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