On Tuesday, the Clay County Board of Commissioners and Planning Commission met to hear from the developer of a 4,000-home neighborhood being proposed a few miles south of Green Cove Springs.
On Thursday, HGTV will pick the winner of its 2024 Dream Home in Anastasia Island. But when the winner is picked, they might be in for a rude awakening.
Nine months after their son was killed in a crash by a driver going the wrong way, the parents of Trenton Stewart are working to give back to others in their son’s name.
The Jacksonville Transportation Authority just rolled out a pair of new shuttles, but with no driver.
This morning, the Florida School Board Association first presented a revised timeline to select a new superintendent to the board, recommending a mid-June deadline to pick its next leader. But today, board members pushed it up a month.
Action News Jax has been hearing from people living in Green Cove Springs who found their utility bills from January to be hundreds of dollars higher than usual.
The company behind this year’s 2024 HGTV Dream Home in Anastasia Island just got a wake up call from St. Augustine leaders.
A fake letter claiming budget cuts and staffing shortages for the St. Johns County school district was shared to Facebook groups full of parents last night.
The proposal is being presented to the planning and zoning board on Thursday. If approved, it would be built on 19 acres of untouched farmland between the Wards Creek and Silverleaf neighborhoods, on CR-16A.
During last night’s Clay County board of county commissioner’s meeting, an application to build 62 homes off a dirt road near Green Cove Springs was rescinded.
A fire earlier this month almost completely brought down G’s Slow Cooked BBQ in Orange Park, causing more than $100,000 in damage.
St. Augustine’s seawall, between the Bridge of Lions and Charlotte Street, hasn’t been touched since 1959. But with 65 years being worn down by storms, floods, and time, FDOT says it’s time for the barrier to be replaced.
St. Johns County parents will need to start holding on tighter to the golf cart keys.
More schools are coming to St. Johns County, and the district’s about to approve the site for one of them.
You could say St. Johns Avenue is giving neighbors, like Alyssa Clarke, road rage. But, if anything, the potholes and patches scattered throughout the road are making her driving less dangerous.
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