The University of North Florida’s new student recreation center, Field House, is being recognized for its environmentally sustainable construction.
Media RoundtableWe discuss the week’s biggest news stories with our roundtable of local journalists: Tessa Duvall, Florida Times-Union reporter; Fred Matthews, Examiner blogger; Claire Goforth, Folio Weekly editor; and Tim Gibbons, Jacksonville Busines…
One of the 49 people who died in the June 12 attack on Orlando’s Pulse Nightclub was a member of the Jacksonville Jaycees.
The organization will honor the memory of Darryl “DJ” Burt II with a memorial fundraiser Sunday in Riverside.
Jaycees Vice President Racquel Wood said the goal is to raise $10,000, some of which will go to Burt’s family.
World stocks took a nosedive after news broke that United Kingdom citizens voted to sever ties with the European Union, a move dubbed “Brexit.”
What does that mean for Jacksonville’s deepening business relationship with its neighbor across the pond?
Not much according to one Jacksonville University business professor.
U.S. officials are saying the 2013 attempted assassination of a Jacksonville federal judge is more significant than an attack on a single person.Aaron Richardson, 27, was handed the maximum sentence of 343 years in prison Friday morning for the attempt…
WJCT’s Generation Listen and the Pratt Guys presents “Camp Listen,” a free listening party and discussion for our younger public radio listeners.The Pratt Guys, 6967 Philips Hwy, plays host to the event tonight from 6 to 9. Camp Listen features free fo…
St. Augustine has always been a daytime tourist draw, but in recent years the city’s increasingly becoming a hub for nightlife.
Trolley tours, motorcycles and live music echo through downtown’s narrow streets after dark.
But one person’s night out is another person’s noisy nightmare.
JAX Chamber Chair Audrey Moran wants Jacksonville to take notes from the successful riverfront development in Oklahoma City.
Chamber members took a leadership trip to Oklahoma in November. Moran said she was amazed by what the city’s done to get people out on the water.
While street racket may be an unavoidable norm in big cities, St. Augustine residents say the noise is getting to be too much for the small town.
City commissioners heard citizens’ grievances Thursday at the Alcazar hotel at the urging of a group called the St. Augustine Livability & Sustainability Alliance, or SALSA.