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Jacksonville Beach mayor pleads for small gatherings this weekend

Jacksonville Beach mayor pleads for small gatherings this weekend

Saying everyone needs to work together, Jacksonville Beach Mayor Charlie Latham is asking you to avoid the beach if it’s too crowded this holiday weekend. “Please, please, if it gets crowded and you’re heading out toward the beach, just turn around and head home and have a barbecue in the backyard”, Latham told Jacksonville’s Morning News.

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Teachers with underlying health issues worry about going back to school

Teachers with underlying health issues worry about going back to school

Going back to a brick and mortar school this fall could be tough ask for educators with underlying health problems. It has many asking if they should even go back to traditional teaching at all. Action News Jax reported this week how the school board approved desk shields. It’s just one of the things that will become commonplace in your child’s classroom this fall.

Surge in RV sales and rentals during pandemic

Surge in RV sales and rentals during pandemic

An estimated 25 million Americans on average go RVing each year, according to the RV Industry Association, and interest has been on the rise for a while. According to a RV Industry Association survey, fifty-one percent of those that plan to take any RV trip this year reported that current health concerns increased their interest in RV camping – much higher than any of the other travel options.

Jacksonville Beach mayor pleads for small gatherings this weekend

Jacksonville Beach mayor pleads for small gatherings this weekend

Saying everyone needs to work together, Jacksonville Beach Mayor Charlie Latham is asking you to avoid the beach if it’s too crowded this holiday weekend. “Please, please, if it gets crowded and you’re heading out toward the beach, just turn around and head home and have a barbecue in the backyard”, Latham told Jacksonville’s Morning News.

Tallahassee man killed in I-95 crash in St. Johns County

Tallahassee man killed in I-95 crash in St. Johns County

A crash that closed all northbound lanes of I-95 in St. Johns County left a 23-year-old man from Tallahassee dead. Florida Highway Patrol says around 3:30 am the unnamed driver who was traveling north on I-95 north of SR 206, failed to slow down and rear-ended a semi tractor trailer.

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