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Fans rejoiced when Shad Khan bought the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2011. We were promised a fresh approach and victories. For the first time in years, we had hope. Apart for the 2017 campaign which … more
When legislators are called back to work later this month to ratify a freshly signed contract governing gambling in the state, they’ll also consider three bills that deal with other gaming … more
As the debate over repeal of Personal Injury Protection insurance continues inside the Capitol, legislators are on the precipice of making a costly error, resulting in higher rates and more … more
TALLAHASSEE – The Senate has passed legislation to stop cities and counties from creating unwritten gun policies and preventing them from circumventing punishment. By a 23-16 party-line vote, … more
Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry was quick to express his emotions after attending the sold-out Machine Gun Kelly concert April 23 at Daily’s Place and sold-out Ultimate Fighting Championship 261 the … more
In Florida, we’ve had a special reason to celebrate Mothers’ Day every day for the last 30 years. Our state’s landmark Healthy Start program, which will celebrate its 30th … more
A budget bill in the House has the potential to end many virtual school options and funnel students into Florida Virtual School. Current law requires school districts to offer at least three … more
CLAY COUNTY – Voters in Keystone Heights and Orange Park will head to the polls on Tuesday, April 13, to elect two members each for their city and town councils. Bobby Brown and Deirdre Murphy … more
Editor: First of all, as a school teacher, proud Republican and citizen of Florida I want to sincerely thank our political representatives in Tallahassee for having in person learning all year! You … more
CLAY COUNTY – When I stopped at the fairgrounds Monday to check on the early preparations for this year’s Clay County Agriculture Fair, I found general manager juggling several jobs. Her jeans … more
Dear Clay County residents: Since opening our doors in 1992, the Safe Animal Shelter has provided a safe haven for unwanted, abused and neglected pets in Clay County and surrounding areas. Over … more
Five years ago, 2016• Green Cove Springs learns it will get $250,000 from the state to help pay for a massive restoration of Historic Spring Park.• The county is told to maximize … more
TALAHASSEE – Legislation allowing Florida cities and counties to outlaw smoking at public beaches and parks cleared its first House committee Tuesday. The House Professions and Public Health … more
Last Monday was a good day. I got an appointment time to get my first COVID-19 shot, just a few minutes after applying for the first time online. Getting the vaccination was just as easy. Later … more
CLAY TODAY – Protein is one of your macronutrients and is going to be your biggest ally in both gaining muscle and losing unwanted bodyfat. The other macronutrients, carbs and fats are also … more
During the course of one year of reported coronavirus cases in Florida, the state has gone from two known cases to more than 1.9 million. Health officials on Sunday reported a total of 1,909,211 … more
CLAY COUNTY – Acrid smoke, the roar and crackle of flame, and the sudden intensity of heat have taught Hope Miller of Lakeside a great deal. Namely, that they’re elements of a great day at the … more
Florida’s been in a state of emergency for nearly a year. But that’s currently only to get federal funds. Gov. Ron DeSantis wants state lawmakers to help get life in Florida back to normal, … more
When Donald Trump was the president, Dr. Anthony Fauci told us a year ago “there’s no reason to be walking around with a mask,” despite the threat of COVID-19. Now that Joe Biden is the … more
DAYTONA BEACH – First there was fire. Then rain. Followed by even more fire. Last Sunday’s Daytona 500 had two massive crashes that involved a total of 24 cars, a six-hour rain delay and a … more
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