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ORANGE PARK – An hour-long discussion about Orange Park’s ongoing problem with an all-but-abandoned building that used to be a RaceWay gas station ends around round of … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The city and the county have an 85-foot, $170,000 problem on the bank of the St. Johns River with a derelict vessel, the “Gambit.” According to city documents, Clay … more
CLAY COUNTY – This year’s Super Tuesday election will feature nine charter amendments for two municipalities and seven officials with uncontested elections automatically taking city council … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The only sounds coming from the Clay County Fairgrounds Wednesday morning were the occasion clangs of wrenches tightening bolts and delivery trucks dropping off an assortment … more
ORANGE PARK – The town council sat through a Community Redevelopment Area 101 class during a March 20 special meeting and got updates and discussions on the fiscal year 2018-19 Capital Improvement … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The Clay County Board of County Commissioners addressed maintenance needs during their March 25 workshop were surprised to learn the public works department needs more than $16 … more
ORANGE PARK – Students at St. Johns Country Day School raised awareness and funds for local charities in two pageant-style events this month. First, the Mr. St. Johns competition recruited high … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Clay County’s furry friends became the focal point of the Board of County Commissioners last Tuesday, with both the future of the county’s animal services facility and a … more
MOUNTAIN GROVE, Mo. – A police car was waiting at the city line Tuesday when Ken Brock reached town. Police Chief Danny Bledsoe was waiting. “When he found out who I was, he said he was there … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Rianna White emerged from the thicket under the bridge at U.S. 17 at Black Creek with a white 13-gallon bag filled with garbage Saturday morning. Moments later, the 16-year-old … more
ORANGE PARK – Brandye Mackey waited for 11 long months. With true Cajun food being so hard to come by in Clay County, her wait is finally ended on March 5. After operating Mackey’s … more
CLAY COUNTY – If you’re looking for a quick get-a-way for spring break but don’t want to break the bank, then lands owned by the St. Johns River Water Management District offer the perfect … more
IMBODEN, Ark. – Despite some interruptions, Ken Brock’s journey picked up speed last week. The Army veteran put another 110 miles behind him, making it from Memphis, Tenn. to tiny Imboden on a … more
CLAY COUNTY – Despite a few slip, Clay County still performed well in the Top 20 in almost every category in the newly-released County Health Rankings and below state averages. Clay fell from … more
MEMPHIS, Tenn. – There’s a sense of urgency in every one of Ken Brock’s steps as he continues his incredible 2,664-mile walk to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. He’s been slowed by a head cold and … more
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – Keystone Heights High has earned the first College Board Advanced Placement Computer Science Female Diversity Award for achieving high female representation in AP Computer … more
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