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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
By Nick Blank Staff Writer LAKE ASBURY – A 45-foot coach looms in the parking of Lake Asbury Junior High School as students stand in line on a chilly Tuesday morning. Five students sit … more
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – Two groups of educators split up to traverse Highridge Estates where they dispensed supportive words, bags of candy and plants to families of exceptional students. The first … more
Monsivais graduates from college BRISTOL, Rhode Island – Roger Williams University announced that Tony Monsivais, of Orange Park, graduated with a B.G.S. Concentration in Technology, … 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
Woman dies in solo crashCLAY HILL – A Saturday morning traffic accident claimed the life of a Green Cove Springs woman, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.Investigators said Caitlin Marie … more
Tuesday, February 12 Courtney Macomber, 29, Middleburg, Simple BatteryMichelle Brailey, 29, Orange Park, FTA-Petit TheftCassandra Griggs, 23, Orange Park, Simple BatteryDuani Garcia, 30, Middleburg, … more
Once upon a hard and terrible time, the front lines of the battle for civil rights were drawn in the streets of St. Augustine – and a gentle girl-child from Middleburg was right in the middle of … more
FLEMING ISLAND – One week before the one-year anniversary of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida, last Valentine’s Day, the Clay County School Board voted to … 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
Church hosts Roar training eventPENNEY FARMS – An upcoming Vacation Bible school training and networking event called VBS FunShop is being hosted at First Black Creek Baptist Church, 3904 State … more
DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE: Meets Feb. 14, Feb. 21 and Feb. 28 at 10 a.m. in the Zoning Department Conference Room, 3rd floor, Administration Building, 477 Houston St., Green Cove Springs. Open to … 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
I was recently riding my horse with a group of friends and, as we passed another group of the trail riders, I noticed another horseback rider and thought to myself, “Huh, I wonder why she has a … more
TALLAHASSEE – Despite Florida’s improving economy, 46 percent of households (more than 3.4 million) statewide struggle to pay for basic needs such as housing, child care, food, transportation, … more
MIDDLEBURG – Hikers in Northeast Florida have new options to hit the trail in Clay County. The Florida Forest Service Jacksonville District recently opened a scenic new hiking trail along the … more
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