There’s a roadside stand in Putnam County that’s known not just for its orange-blossom honey but for the way it operates: It runs on the honor system, and has for almost 70 years. That may sound hard to believe – until you look at the neuroscience behi…
People who want to see the nearly sold-out “Book of Mormon” musical in Jacksonville can enter a lottery before each performance for a shot at low-priced seats. Producers of the touring company are announcing the lottery will be available before performances starting tonight and running through Sunday.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Bush v. Clinton could be a barnburner in Florida.
A Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday shows former Gov. Jeb Bush and former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a virtual tie in a hypothetical 2016 presidential race in Florida. The poll gave 44 percent to Clinton and 43 percent to Bush.
While presidential primaries and caucuses are still a year away — and the fields of candidates are loaded with speculation — the poll indicates Bush would be the toughest opponent for Clinton in the critical swing state of Florida.
With religious extremism in the headlines, a lecture at the University of North Florida tonight is aimed at promoting cooperation between people of all faiths. The school is hosting author Eboo Patel as part of its Oneness of Humanity celebration.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott is proposing to cut taxes on cell phone, cable and satellite services. The governor was at the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce this morning to push for the cuts.
Under the governor’s plan, a family with a $125 monthly cell phone bill would save just over $50 a year in taxes. Scott says the state can afford losing $470 million in telecom tax revenue because the property and sales tax bases are growing.
UF Health North is a new medical facility opening on Feb. 17 on Jacksonville’s Northside.
The design of the building is very modern, more like a hotel than a hospital. Natural light filters inside through terrarium-like rock gardens, and there are outdoor terraces where patients and families can get fresh air while waiting.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott is inviting energy-industry workers laid off in other places to start new careers in Florida.
A Jacksonville man was robbed at gunpoint while depositing money at an ATM a few weeks ago.This incident is one of seven robberies that have happened around town in the past month, according to JSO.Our partners at News4Jax talked to Sylvester Burt…