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GAINESVILLE – By using drone technology, Florida citrus growers can find out how many trees live in their groves and, eventually, they may detect the health status of the citrus plants, a new … more
Orange Park Medical Centerraises $45,000 for tragedy victimsORANGE PARK – Orange Park Medical Center raised $45,000 on March 22 for the HCA Healthcare Hope Fund at its unique Shooting for Hope … more
Clay County Memories [Photo gallery]
Late one Sunday night, March 25, 1946 to be exact, a homesick young soldier, armed with an Army issue M1 rifle, slipped out of his barracks at Camp Blanding. At trial, Pvt. John Upchurch would … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Clay County’s Emergency Management Director will leave his position at the end of April to become the Clay County School District’s Director of Operations, Safety and … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Last week we discussed the popular azaleas that many have in their landscape but didn’t have much time to discuss the insects that attack them. With proper culture and care, … more
SJR State accepting applications for summer coursesORANGE PARK – St. Johns River State College will accept applications for summer classes through May 1, with classes starting May 8.The … more
CLAY COUNTY – The vegetable planting season is upon us and gardening items take center stage at local garden centers. Seeds, transplants and fertilizers are some of the basic necessities. Most … more
ORANGE PARK – When Andrea Reyes was in elementary school, she and her sister were playing on the playground swings. Despite minding their own business, a boy pushed both off the swings before … more
Voting is underway for the 2019 Clay Today reader's choice contest. This new Clay County-based contest will feature dozens of categories and opportunities for area businesses to be recognized as the … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – March is Women’s History Month and Clay County is home to Tara Green, the county’s first woman clerk of court, and the woman behind the POW/MIA flags ubiquitous throughout … 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 – A woman had just stepped into her garage just after noon on March 28 when she was terrified by an incursion of military-like trucks and swarms of police running past her … more
Top Cat: Local kids treated to the definitive writings of Dr. SeussORANGE PARK – Two local preschools were treated to story time and free copies of “Ten Apples Up on Top” as part of … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – For most of the time he talked on April 1, Clay County Sheriff Darryl Daniels read from a prepared proclamation. But what was said off-script made a more-profound … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS -- The Florida Department of Health in Clay County is acknowledging National Public Health Week. NPHW presents an opportunity for communities across the U.S. to reflect on the … more
CORKS & FORKS: To benefit St. Vincent’s Healthcare Foundation, Friday at 6:30 p.m., Hilltop Club & Restaurant. Ticket info corksandforksclay.com or call Vanna DeLorenzo at … more
CONCERT ON THE GREEN COMPETITION: the application deadline to participate in the Young Artists Music Competition is April 5. Students from grades 6 through 12 who reside in Clay County are eligible … 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
GAINESVILLE – University of Florida scientists have sequenced the genome of vanilla, which will help them select the best types for breeding new varieties of the popular plant to grow in … more
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