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MIDDLEBURG – A man hosting a party on Feb. 11 wound up going to jail when Clay County Sheriff’s Office deputies determined as many as three dozen underaged guests were drinking alcohol. … more
ORANGE PARK – An inmate at the Raiford Prison Work Camp returned to Clay County on Feb. 9 to face a 2020 marijuana, burglary and grand theft charges, a step necessary to remove restrictions to … more
MIDDLEBURG – A Middleburg woman was arrested on Feb. 9 for hit and run after a man riding his bicycle was struck by a car on Old Jennings Road. Amie Nicole Hiter, 42, was charged with … more
CLAY COUNTY – The Junior Achievement of Florida Foundation has announced it has received a $70,000 grant from State Farm. The statewide initiative will support Junior Achievement learning … more
ORANGE PARK – The Ridgeview Drama Club will perform “Grease” on Thursday, Feb. 29-March 2, at the school’s cafetorium. The doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the show starts at … more
CLAY COUNTY – The Green Cove Springs Police Department is on the lookout for players and sponsors for the third annual Chief Derek S. Asdot Memorial Golf Tournament on March 24 at Magnolia … more
ORANGE PARK – To help the environment and support schools and food banks, the Lions Club is collecting and weighing plastic grocery bags. Bags will be photographed, and the information will be … more
    TAMPA – Marley Magee, of Fleming Island, recently graduated from The University of Tampa. Magee received a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Environmental Science. The … more

Tuesday, Feb. 13

Mitchell R. Callahan, 46, Middleburg, FTA

Reynaldo E. Grey, 25, Orange Park, battery, possession-cocaine, resist/obstruct/oppose law enforcement

Teresa L. Bland, 42, Orange Park, possession-methamphetamine, possession-drug paraphernalia

Jacob I. Wiard, 22, Fleming Island, two counts attempting to flee/elude law enforcement with lights/siren active

John R. Huffman, 27, Keystone Heights, aggravated battery with deadly weapon

Trayvone E. French, 26, Green Cove Springs, VOP-robbery

Sheron J. Banks, 29, Orange Park, grand theft auto

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GREEN COVE SPRINGS – With the Northeast Florida Scottish Highland Games & Festival and Clay County Agricultural Fair just around the corner, the Board of County Commissioners decided to raise … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Last Tuesday, Rep. Aaron Bean voted to impeach Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on the grounds of "willful and systemic refusal to comply with … more
ORANGE PARK – They promised to come to town and help us party down, and that’s exactly what Grand Funk did in a 14-song set last Saturday night at the Thrasher-Horne Center. With two of three … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – During the days of segregation, Dunbar High was Clay County’s only “Black” high school, and it was built upon land donated by renowned sculptor Augusta Savage. Because of … more
ORANGE PARK – “A life full of music. That’s the story of Ricky Skaggs.” The fifteen-time GRAMMY award winner returned to the Thrasher-Horne Center last Friday with his talented bluegrass … more
ORANGE PARK - The Clay Education Foundation and Clay County District Schools honored its best of the best Thursday night at the annual Apple Awards at the Thrasher-Horne Center. Here is a brief … more
ORANGE PARK – Moments after Arya Seker and her parents accepted the paperwork from Florida TaxWatch for a two-year college scholarship, the sixth-grader quickly and quietly slipped away from … more
FLEMING ISLAND – Imagine the rush of terror and uncertainty when a family member who has autism, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease or a traumatic brain injury is suddenly missing. The Clay … more
GREEN COVE SPRING – This year will mark a milestone for the city as it celebrates 150 years since its incorporation. The city will recognize the milestone throughout the year with city-sponsored … more
CLAY COUNTY – Spring is coming, and I am starting to plan what flowers in my garden again this year. Certainly, one of them will be Mexican sunflowers. This plant has striking bright red … more
ORANGE PARK – After months of negotiations, the Town Council approved the collective bargaining agreements with employees in the Police and Fire unions. “We have been working on this (since … more
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