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When I graduated from high school, nobody had tattoos or earrings on their noses. Boys had to wear their pants above their hips – with a belt – and girls couldn’t wear blue jeans with so many … more
I stopped at my favorite watering hole a couple of days ago, and an old friend at the counter joined me. When our server asked if he wanted his usual – a Bud Light – he said no. We all know … more
MARTINSVILLE, Va. – I never realized there are no elevators – only steps, so many steps – in the grandstand at a NASCAR race. There are no unlimited buffets, air-conditioned restrooms, … more
Ninety percent of Americans want to live more sustainably, but only 11% consistently do. Why? Research from Procter & Gamble conducted in 2023 found that Americans think sustainable habits at home … more
Florida’s decision this week to immediately ban TikTok from its campus networks and college-owned devices is occurring amid broader bipartisan efforts in Florida’s Legislature to limit or … more
Florida is finally moving ahead with a mammoth series of contracts that will control the future of the state’s $38 billion Medicaid program and how care is delivered to the millions of poor or … more
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – We are lucky to have someone so passionate and unrelenting running Quigley House. It’s clear CEO Jennifer Rodriguez doesn’t view her role as a job. It’s a calling. And we … more
Do you remember in 2010 when LeBron James called a press conference on ESPN to announce where he would play professional basketball after spending the first seven years of his career with the … more
CLAY COUNTY – Throughout the 20th century, the U.S. Army's mismanagement of toxic substances has irremediably impacted the lives of countless individuals who lived and served on severely … more
LAS VEGAS – The only thing better than being emersed in the NCAA Basketball Tournament is doing it at a Las Vegas casino sportsbook. There’s nothing better – or more intoxicating – than … more
Days after the start of the Legislative Session, the University of North Florida’s Public Opinion Research Lab released survey results on the opinion of registered voters on a variety … more
The Senate Transportation Committee is poised to tackle issues such as whether to add new registrations for electric vehicles, expand EV charging stations, and fast-tracking 20 critical road … more
I got some disturbing news last Saturday when the wife of Hell House property owner got a threatening letter from a lawyer who said he represented the residents of Edgewater Landing in Green Cove … more
ORANGE PARK – It’s unfair when a group of unruly children makes it difficult for everyone. A handful of punks turned the Orange Park Mall parking lot into a mosh pit and ultimate fighting ring … more
Here in Clay County, we’re fortunate to have great shared spaces like our many beautiful parks to enjoy with friends and family. And as with any good fortune, we must all work together to keep … more
The Senate’s version of legislation to remove the requirement to get a concealed firearm permit includes a series of provisions aimed at beefing up school security. Republicans in favor of the … more
DAYTONA BEACH – A professionally-trained journalist shouldn’t show favoritism or emotion in a story. I graduated with a college degree when they taught objective reporting, not a multi-platform … more
I stood on the corners of Plymouth Street and Lenox Avenue in the Westside of Jacksonville Monday and tried to imagine what the intersection looked like 60 years ago. Back then, a half-mile dirt … more
February is the month of love and one of the most popular times for couples to get engaged. According to a recent study, 36% of respondents said Valentine’s Day is the most romantic day to … more
Ron DeSantis continues to be attacked by former President Donald Trump as indications increase the two are on a collision course next year. Trump took to his personal social media … more
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