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1 Florida Education Board Bans Critical Race Theory, 1619 Project In Schools
2 City Council Considers $8.6M To Redevelop Baptist Convention Center
3 Duval County School Board Votes To Strip 6 Confederate Names From Schools
4 'This Day Is a Day of Freedom'; Jacksonville Hosts Its First Emancipation Celebration
5 Gateway Vaccination Site Opens On Jacksonville's Northside
6 Gas Tax Would Free Up Funds For Septic Tank Removal, Curry Says
7 Jacksonville City Council Cuts $132M From Proposed Skyway/U2C Expansion
8 Mayor Curry: $29M In Rent, Utility Relief Coming To Jacksonville From Feds
9 Jacksonville's Downtown Homeless Will Be Offered Hotel Rooms, Housing Support
10 City Says Hotels For Homeless Program A Success, But Jax Encampment Remains
11 Jacksonville Tent City Residents Worry About Possibility Of Eviction
12 500 Jobs Expected As Dun & Bradstreet Relocates HQ To Jacksonville
13 Voters Support 6 Duval School Name Changes, Oppose 3
14 Caregivers Of Seniors Offered Vaccines For One Day Only At Gateway Saturday
15 Name Change Process Moves Forward at Kirby-Smith Middle School
16 Jax Firefighters To Climb TIAA Bank Field For Lung Cancer Awareness
17 Pet Adoption Event Comes to Jacksonville Beach
18 DeSantis Touts Vaccine Rollout To Seniors Amid Tiff With White House
19 25000 Vaccine Doses To Be Distributed At Florida Walmarts
20 Robert E. Lee High Teacher Investigated After Refusing to Remove Black Lives Matter Flag
21 DeSantis Accuses YouTube Of Censorship For Removing Video Labeled As Misinformation
22 Homeless Residents To Be Relocated From LaVilla Tent City; Fences Going Up
23 Job Fairs Announced For Summer Jobs With The Jumbo Shrimp
24 Jacksonville Residents On Both Sides of Gas Tax Battle
25 Vaccination Rates For African Americans Continue To Lag In Duval
26 Robert E. Lee High School Students Plan Protest Over School's Confederate Name
27 1st-Come, 1st-Serve Vaccine Shots Offered Fri., Sat., At Clanzel T. Brown Senior Center
28 Duval Democrats Conclude Investigation Into Alleged Corruption by Party Chair
29 No Lines, High Spirits At Jax Vax Sites As Florida Eligibility Age Drops to 40
30 JTA To Offer COVID-19 Vaccines on Repurposed City Buses
31 Vaccine Pop-Up Returns To Lutheran Social Services After FDA Pause
32 Jax Trans Activist Brooklyn Owen, 20, 1st To File In State Senate District 6 Race
33 Jax Activists Rally For Community Control of Police
34 'Change the Name' Activists Take School Name Change Fight To DCPS Headquarters
35 $6M In CARES Act Funding Slated For Homelessness In Jacksonville
36 Expanded Public Housing Community Opens At Jacksonville Beach
37 City Council Passes Bill To Hire 40 New Jacksonville Police Officers
38 Food Distribution Offered At 4 Jacksonville Locales This Week
39 Vice President Harris Addresses Food Insecurity During Jacksonville Visit
40 Vaccine Distribution At UF Health To Slow as Pharmacy, Grocery Sites Come Online
41 Name Change Vote Underway at Jacksonville's Robert E. Lee High, Other Schools
42 Melanin Market & 'Black-Nificent' Food Fest Return For Black History Month
43 Activists Push DCPS: Do Black Lives Matter?
44 Florida Walgreens To Offer COVID-19 Vaccines Beginning Friday
45 Jacksonville High School Cancels Prom Amid Low Student Interest
46 Bills Filed in Tallahassee Would Help Build Charging Stations for Electric Cars
47 Duval Teacher 'Terminated,' Ed Commissioner Says In Speech, But She's Not Fired
48 Hepatitis A Cases Down in Florida, but Duval Still Tops Other Counties
49 Orange Crush Festival Coming To Jacksonville Beach
50 Mask Mandate Ends In Jacksonville, But Not Duval County Schools
51 USPS Commemorates Castillo de San Marcos In New Stamp
52 Duval Dems Postpone Possible Ouster of Party Chairman On A Technicality
53 Florida Is Number 1 State For COVID-19 Variants, CDC Data Show
54 Whistleblower Complaint Alleges 'Gross Mismanagement' By DCPS On Race Issues
55 Clay County Fair Returns To Northeast Florida
56 Woodbine, Georgia At The Center Of A New Podcast
57 Endangered Otter Pups Debut at Jacksonville Zoo
58 St Augustine Commission Votes To Allow Spring Events As COVID Positivity Rates Drop
59 Downtown Jacksonville Demonstration Against Fla. Protesting Legislation Planned Saturday
60 Jacksonville Mayor: City To Run Out Of COVID-19 Vaccines By Thursday
61 Bill That Could Weaken Newspapers Financially Advances in State House
62 Black Duval Residents Vaccinated at Lower Rate Than Whites, Data Show
63 Former St. Augustine Mayor George Gardner Has Died
64 Jumbo Shrimp Manager to Serve on MiLB Diversity Committee
65 Vaccination Center To Open At Gateway; Testing Resuming At Lane Wiley, Mandarin
66 Winn-Dixie, Harveys Will Start Offering COVID-19 Vaccines Feb. 11
67 FBI: That Post-Vaccine Selfie Might Be More Dangerous Than You Think
68 City-Owned Golf Course To Reopen Saturday
69 Jax's Chamber Of Commerce Urges School District To Change Confederate School Names
70 More People Are Incarcerated in Duval County Jails Than There Have Been In Years, JSO Says
71 Jacksonville Catholic School Wins U.S. Department of Education Conservation Award
72 Mammoth “Jobs For Jax” Infrastructure Plan Introduced in City Council
73 Duval Public Schools Teacher Sues District Over Black Lives Matter Flag
74 Chamber of Commerce to Focus on Frivolous Lawsuits, Tourism in 2021 Legislative Session
75 Jacksonville Activists, Sheriff Respond to Anti-Riot Bill
76 One Year Late, Renovation To Begin On Southbank's Friendship Fountain
77 'Unusual, To Say The Least:' Your Stories Of Jax's Craziest Housing Market Since 2008
78 Vaccine Sites Expand to Edward Waters College, Several More Supermarkets
79 Nassau County Lawmaker's Policing Bill Passes State House and Senate
80 Sidewalk Dining, Riverfront Restaurants To Be In DIA's Post-Pandemic 5-Year Plan
81 First Coast List Of COVID-19 Vaccination Locations Expanding; What You Need To Know
82 Vaccination Site For Seniors, Healthcare Workers Opens At Regency Square Mall
83 UNF Pollster: Councilman Ferraro Faces Steep Challenges in 2023 Jax Mayoral Race
84 DeSantis Denies Race Plays Role In Vaccine Access; Jacksonville Doctor Disagrees
85 Jacksonville Native Deesha Philyaw Wins 2021 PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction
86 DCPS Says New CDC Guidelines Mean More Normal Environment For Students
87 JCCI Community Research Group Returns After 5-Year Hiatus
88 Local Lawmakers, Jax LGBTQ Nonprofit React To Transgender Sports Ban
89 Duval Democrats' Committee Recommends Removing Party Chair Henry
90 Duval Public Schools' Summer Rise Program Addresses Loss of Learning Due To Pandemic
91 Jax Berkman II Skyline Eyesore To Be Demolished; New Development To Follow
92 DIA Launches Design Competition For Former Jacksonville Landing Site
93 Lynch's Irish Pub Anticipates 'Sensational' St. Patrick's Day
94 Jumbo Shrimp GM: Diversity, Inclusion Might Look Different In Minor Leagues
95 St. Johns County Board Of Commissioners Won't Consider Pride Month Proclamation
96 Feds Deny Florida Coastal Aid Reinstatement, Saying Law School Acts 'Irresponsibly'
97 Jacksonville Considers 6-Cent Gas Tax Increase To Fund Infrastructure Projects
98 DeSantis: Vaccines Will Soon be Available For Those 55 And Up
99 DIA Approves Shad Khan's Environmental Exploration Riverfront Development Request
100 Mandarin And Lane Wiley Senior Centers To Offer 2nd Doses Until Feb. 12