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CLAY COUNTY – Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry recently announced nearly a dozen confederate statues and memorials will be removed from city grounds. There also are plans to rename several military … more
U.S. Representatives, 3rd DistrictKat Cammack (Rep)Ryan Chamberlin (Rep)Todd Chase (Rep)Adam Christensen (Dem)Philip Dodds (Dem)Bill Engelbrecht (Rep)Joe Dallas Millado (Rep)Gavin Rollins (Rep)Judson … more
CLAY COUNTY – The school board will begin determining how best to start the 2020-21 school year at its upcoming meeting on June 25. As Florida continues its gradual reopening per Gov. Ron … more
CLAY COUNTY – With so many disabled people throughout the world, many are left with little to no way of moving around efficiently. Some Clay County residents are determined to make a difference. … more
ORANGE PARK –For some, supplying the basic necessities has become a challenge during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many organizations however, have stepped up to the plate to help those in need. One of … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Summer is here and so are day camps! While we are not able to hold our traditional day camps, we are offering several virtual day camp experiences. These day-camps are free … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The Green Cove Springs city council started its meeting Tuesday night by recognizing former mayor and current city council member Steven Kelley. Kelley served as mayor from … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Clay County has not been immune to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, with many local small businesses and some larger chains feeling the pinch. Residents have lost their … more
ORANGE PARK – Christy Cole isn't wasting any time training for a career in health care. The Clay High graduate spent her senior year dually enrolled in the Emergency Medical Technician program at … more
FLEMING ISLAND – Clay County’s one and only Woof Gang Bakery is one of the company’s most successful franchises. The Woof Gang Bakery at 1960 East-West Parkway on Fleming Island was recently … more
CLAY COUNTY – If you live anywhere in Florida, you probably hear frogs at night. The chorus can be deafening following a rain and most of these amphibians do an excellent job of helping keep insect … more
CLAY COUNTY – With the start of hurricane season just days away, the St. Johns River Water Management District's website provides easy access to valuable data and information to assist the public … more
CLAY COUNTY – Now entering the fifth year of its Blue School Grant Program, the St. Johns River Water Management District anticipates offering as much as $20,000 in grants for education projects … more
CLAY COUNTY – Superintendent David Broskie announced several administrative promotions within Clay County District Schools for the 2020-2021 school year. The school board approved the … more
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There is no time more appropriate than now to salute Orange Park Medical Center’s professional, compassionate, and resilient nurses. Our nursing team is excellent at using their clinical … more
ORANGE PARK – Residents looking to buy homes in Clay County will now have another resource to aid them in their process. David Herron and his wife Christine have opened Herron Real Estate to help … more
TAMPA – U.S. Attorney Maria Chapa Lopez today announced $20,875,000 in grant funding through the Department’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services COPS Hiring Program. These funds have … more
Current list of local, district and state candidates:U.S. Representatives, 3rd DistrictKat Cammack (Rep)Ryan Chamberlin (Rep)Todd Chase (Rep)Adam Christensen (Dem)Philip Dodds (Dem)Bill Engelbrecht … more
CLAY COUNTY – Residents are more ready to begin traveling and enjoying what’s open in Florida. Clay Today reached out to readers through Facebook to gather their thoughts on how they feel … more
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