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Five Clay County students made waves this past weekend at a regional marine biology competition, and while they didn’t bring home the gold, they held their own against two of the toughest schools … more
Beef ‘O’ Brady’s designated Orange Park for one of its future restaurants as it plans to roll out 14 new stores statewide. Jamie Cecil, Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Vice President of Franchise … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – In only its third meeting, Board of County Commissioners’ Infrastructure and Development Committee is considering establishing a Municipal Service Business Unit to fund … more
MIDDLEBURG – The Florida Forest Service added a new trail to its repertoire at Jennings State Forest where some of Clay County’s early settlers once lived. Volunteers cut swaths of trees for … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – After a nine-year hiatus, the Ham Jam is close to making a return to Clay County this fall and it’s bringing not only rides and barbecue, but potentially alcohol as well. … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The Friends of Augusta Savage are hosting two events to celebrate Black History Month. One event will pay homage to Savage, a pivotal figure in the Harlem Renaissance and … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Clay County residents upset with local transportation services are being handled since being taken over Jan. 2 by the Jacksonville Transportation Authority, spoke out at the … more
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – A tide of red shirted-residents dropped by city council’s meeting Monday and it wasn’t a flash mob. They praised the effects of the Black Creek Restoration project, which … more
FLEMING ISLAND – What began as an idea to recognize 10 Clay County teens who reached Scouting’s highest honor during the prior year recently honored its 1,000th Eagle Scout. The 37th Eagle … more
FLEMING ISLAND – A mega-church building left vacant since 2011 will soon have new life as it becomes the sixth campus for a growing Jacksonville church. In May 2019, current Clay County … more
ORANGE PARK – A discussion about growth and how to handle it took center stage at the recent State of the County address. Moderator Kent Justice began the event by asking panelists how Clay … more
ORANGE PARK – With the town having declared it had reached its previous years’ goals, Orange Park Town Council met last week to set a new vision for the coming year. Town Manager Sarah … more
JACKSONVILLE – When Naval Air Station Cecil Field was decommissioned in 1999, its base housing was turned into apartment homes and its former administration buildings became bank … more
DOCTORS INLET – A 20-year-old man faces charges of second-degree attempted murder for allegedly shooting his roommate following an investigation by the Clay County Sheriff’s Office. Police … more
ORANGE PARK – When Wendy Keeling joined Pinewood Presbyterian Church four years ago, she set out to become part of a ministry that made a difference in the world. Wanted to get involved, she … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The crowd of 30 who attended the recent Arbor Day celebration at the Green Cove Springs Public Library didn’t show up for just for the trees. Government officials, … more
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