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Rocky Ray Graves was born in Hot Springs, Arkansas to a baseball family – his father named him after Rocky Colavito, an outfielder for the Cleveland Indians. Rocky Graves knew from the age of 6 that he wanted to be a baseball player.
He went through college on a baseball scholarship, and although one winter he was invited to the California Angels rookie camp, he decided to finish college rather than go pro. “I just didn’t think I had what it takes to be a Major League baseball player,” he says.
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.
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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.