This May marks the 70th anniversary of the end of the Holocaust.
The stalemate between the House and Senate over billions of dollars in health-care funding deepened Tuesday, as the federal government suggested that the fate of a pool of money for hospitals and other medical providers was tied to the state’s decision…
Remember ‘Success Kid,’ the web photo of the chubby-cheeked Jacksonville toddler on the beach with a fistful of sand and a look on his face of smug satisfaction?
Eight years later, Laney Griner has posted that same photo of her son Sammy on a crowdfunding site to help raise money for a kidney transplant for his dad, 39 year old Justin Griner.
St. Augustine’s 450th Commemoration this fall may include a visit from Felipe IV and Letizia, the King and Queen of Spain. Not only that, the organizers are seeking a papal designation for the event.
People owe Duval County more than $100 million in court fines. The county is hoping to encourage some payment with an unprecedented day of amnesty this Saturday.
The Beech-Nut company is recalling nearly a ton of its baby food. The affected item is ““Stage 2 Beech-Nut CLASSICS sweet potato & chicken” packaged in 4-ounce glass jars.
New York-based Beech-Nut says the food may contain small pieces of glass. The product was shipped to retailers nationwide.
Gov. Rick Scott on Tuesday signed a wide-ranging bill aimed at rolling back the number of tests given to public school students, capping off a discussion that saw Florida Republicans ease back at least slightly on a longstanding principle of the state’…
The United Way of Northeast Florida is gearing up to help as many people as possible beat Wednesday’s tax-filing deadline.
Jeff Winkler is the Director of Real Sense, a United Way coalition of financial service providers for low-income residents.
Winkler says last year’s single-location event on April 15 didn’t work as well as expected.
“So we’re trying a new approach and we’re having these seven different tax sites that are going to be open simultaneously,” Winkler said. “Between those seven sites alone, we should be able to serve close to 300 clients in one day.”
When it comes how people access information these days, American public libraries appear up to the challenge.
That’s according to the American Library Association’s annual State of America’s Libraries report released Tuesday.
Libraries are about more than just books. They’ve are increasingly used as community gathering places and technology hubs.