“We Want Them to Feel Loved.” Community Rallies Behind “Forgotten” Neighborhood After Irma.

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One hundred hot suppers delivered every night.  Grocery bags stocked with cleaning supplies, personal items or canned goods.  Cases and cases of bottled water.  One Springfield church sprang into action after Hurricane Irma to fill the stomachs and refrigerators of … Continued

Group Promotes Healthy Soil, Lifestyles in Urban Jacksonville

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Two residential soil samples registered high for lead in preliminary tests done Saturday, April 29, at a community workshop in Jacksonville’s Eastside neighborhood.  The free tests were offered at the second annual Go Green Soil Shop sponsored by the Eastside … Continued

Confusing Evacuation Orders Could Cost Lives

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The National Hurricane Center reported a “monster” hurricane in late September that was headed toward north Florida.  It plowed over Haiti, Cuba and the Bahamas with 160 mph winds, leaving 1,000 dead. Florida Gov. Rick Scott declared a State of … Continued

Tired of Turkey? Try Something New That Helps Florida Waters

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Those looking to try something unique instead of the traditional Thanksgiving turkey might consider another white-meat dish: Lionfish.  Lionfish have rapidly populated Florida waters in the last 25 years with an appetite that threatens the population of many local species. … Continued

37 Editorials: No on Solar Amendment 1

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At least 37 newspaper editorials from across Florida oppose Amendment 1, with words like “misleading,” “scam,” “fiction” and “sham.”  Two said the language never should have been allowed on the ballot, up for vote on Tuesday, November 8, or in … Continued

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