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DAYTONA BEACH – There were puddles of antifreeze, brake fluid and motor oil in the Daytona International Speedway garage area after Monday’s rain-delayed Daytona 500. Piles of crumpled fenders … more
According to legislation advanced by the Senate Fiscal Policy Committee, the state is looking to swallow up all regulatory authority over food delivery apps such as Uber Eats and Grubhub. SB 676 … more
Florida may have fewer left-lane laggards on high-speed roadways next year if the Senate approves legislation that just zipped through the House. The bill ( HB 317 ) cleared the Legislature’s … more
While I grew up listening to bands like Lynyrd Skynyrd, Yes, Grand Funk Railroad, Chicago and Bruce Springsteen, I found the Super Bowl halftime show featuring Usher to be really entertaining. I was … more
An agriculture package in the Senate now has language leaving it to a state agency where to cap charging spots. An agriculture bill includes provisions that could prohibit developers from … more
On Jan. 18, Clay Today posted a Letter to the Editor written by Hank A. Vitan, who had questions about the Clay County District Schools policies on challenging and removing books from libraries. … more
Jack, You wrote an article about Clay County Board of County Commissioners, the new curbside collection contract coming October 1 and the decision those commissioners made of getting rid of recycling … more
There is no more stressful day of the betting year than Super Bowl Sunday. Who’s going to win? Who’s going to score first? Will the winning team cover the point spread? What was the price of … more
Service members stationed or deployed away from home often put the treasured Sunday NFL football game-watching ritual on pause because of work responsibilities, time zone differences or lack of … more
ORANGE PARK – If you’re like me and Halloween is your favorite holiday, you’re going to want to swing by the haunted Big Top at the Orange Park Mall while the circus is in town. … more
You may want to put your trays in the upright and locked position and make sure your seatbelt is tightened for this one. The speculation is that Lia Thomas, the man who believes he’s a woman … more
Children and teens can be moody, but when signs of mental health troubles last for weeks, don’t assume it’s just a passing mood. Suicide is a leading cause of death among U.S. children, … more
DAYTONA BEACH – I remember walking down pit road during the 1979 Rolex 24 at Daytona at 4 in the morning. Back then, I had that kind of energy and wonderment about racing twice around the clock. … more
"At the End of Everything" by Marieke Nijkamp begins with a content warning before the story starts:
"This book deals with ableism, abuse, death, illness and implied eugenics, imprisonment, transphobia... more
Last year’s average inflation rate was 4.1%, which, thankfully, isn’t as steep as the 8% annual inflation rate that capped off 2022 or the 4.7% rate at the end of 2021. But since then, … more
Military spouses sacrifice stable careers and time with loved ones due to constant moves to new duty stations and holding down the fort at home during their spouses’ deployments. That’s … more
Remembering the gargantuan amounts of previously recycled trash my family created during the pandemic when there was no recycling at all (that we were barely able to stuff into our trash cans), and … more
Undoubtedly, you are getting many letters re: Jack Randall's columns about censorship. A well-written column that attempts to provide all sides without bias. Rather than contribute yet another … more
I had the chance to meet with Tara Richardson, a former teacher and administrator who has served on the book review committee. This isn’t about pornography in public school libraries, she said. This is about silencing marginalized voices and their stories... more
While contributing to a worthwhile cause is a common aspiration, doing so right now may feel unrealistic if you’re struggling with your finances. According to an April 2023 Gallup study, 61% … more
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