A Quinnipiac University poll shows the race between Democrat Charlie Crist and Republican Gov. Rick Scott is still tight.
Spirits and poltergeists are a pain in the neck for historic preservationists – not because they’re real, but because so many people can’t resist looking for them.
Catherine Dillingham’s septic tank is pooped out.
“It’s old… I just had [it] pumped about two months ago. It was full.”
But a full septic tank is not what qualified Dillingham’s home for a new sewer hookup – courtesy of the City of Jacksonville and JEA. It was a more natural and free-flowing feature.
Examining Amendment 3 as Get Out the Vote Efforts Ramp Up Across Florida UNF Study Reveals Relationship Between Nonprofits and Social Media Exhibition at Duval Courthouse Spotlights the Magna Carta BASCA Around Town with Kerry Speckman Image credit: Eric Hersman…
Eva writes, “Recently I called what I thought was an HP support number with a printer problem. In fact, the number connected me to a scammer! He ran a program to scan my computer and then claimed I had been hacked. I realized something was off when he …
A prestigious Chinese language program will soon call the University of North Florida home.
As Jeb Bush’s family hints at a potential presidential run in 2016, a new book reflects on his political career in Florida.
The age-old rivalry between the Bulldogs and the Gators is coming back to town, and it is bringing one of the biggest new names in country music to town.
Florida Times-Union Investigation Finds Jacksonville Juveniles Locked Up In Detention Longer Than Law Intends Author and UNF Political Scientist Matt Corrigan, How Jeb Bush Remade Florida Going Green: Garden Designer Jon Carloftis Players by the Sea Presents The Red Line