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JACKSONVILLE – Anna Lebesch, Ed.D., will join JAXUSA Partnership next month as Vice President of Talent Development, a newly created role designed to connect residents to career opportunities, as … more
DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE: Meets May 16 at 10 a.m. at the Zoning Department Conference Room, third floor at the County Administration Building, 477 Houston St., Green Cove Springs. AMVETS … more
OAKLEAF – A series of car break-ins during a six-month period not only involved at least 13 cars, it included the theft of two other cars and at least five handguns. And most, if not all, of the … more
MIDDLEBURG – Will Garcia doesn’t mind if Big Brother watches. In fact, as long as it’s the Clay County Sheriff’s Office on the other end, the restaurant owner wants Big Brother to … more
Cortney Alstatt returned to work last weekend, less than a month following a double-mastectomy to fight Stage 3 breast cancer. The Clay County Sheriff’s Office deputy worked in the control room at … more
Cargill comes out of retirement to be a counselor at Seven BridgesORANGE PARK – Kathleen M. Cargill, M.Ed., has joined the volunteer staff of Seven Bridges School as School Counselor, according … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Clay County must provide election materials, advertising, hotline, web site and ballots in Spanish, as well as hiring Spanish-speaking employees and poll workers, a federal … more
Five years ago, 2014Outside study reveals Green Cove City employees earn 8.7 percent less than other workers from similar-sized cities in Northeast Florida.A stretch of Blanding Boulevard from County … more
ORANGE PARK – Four senior citizens were honored Wednesday by the Shepherd’s Center for their volunteer work in Clay County. Linda Grabowski (Lifetime Achievement Award), Mike Jorgensen … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – As Clay County eighth-grade students continue to embrace a curriculum that features local history, culminating with the History Festival on Saturday, the Board of County … more
Yellow fever and Asian tiger mosquitoes found in Florida – and infected with the Zika virus – are good at transmitting the virus, new University of Florida research shows. Zika can make people … more
Five years ago, 2014Green Cove Springs votes against a plan that would allow electric companies to engage in “peak shaving,” a plan that would allow cities to generate some of its own … more
ORANGE PARK – Concert on the Green Board President Lauren Hoffman is a fan of the phrase, “Many hands make light work.” Now, one of Clay County’s largest music events is looking for “many … more
FLEMING ISLAND – Although the Florida Senate approved a bill that could arm teachers, Clay County will rely solely on its newly-formed police department, Superintendent Addison Davis said. In a … more
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – A local member of the Greatest Generation celebrated a major achievement last Monday with Wilhelmine Glenn’s 100th birthday. The party at the city’s senior center was … more
TALLAHASSEE – The nonprofit Fish and Wildlife Foundation of Florida announced a $30,000 grant to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission for freshwater turtle disease research. The … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – City officials turned to Nassau County for its next city clerk. Hilliard’s Deputy City Clerk Erin West was chosen from a field of 289 applicants. West, 34, worked in … more
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