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

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

Amendment 4 Makes Solar Cheaper

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Amendment 4 just might be the easiest issue for Floridians to digest during this entire state and national election season. If approved, the bi-partisan amendment will lower the cost of solar by reducing taxes.  It was passed unanimously by both … Continued

Sunken Boat Raises Legal Issues

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Jacksonville, FL —    Two winters ago, a battered-looking boat showed up in the Ortega River just east of the Highway 17 Bridge.  Its wooden hull appeared worn through in places.  Rotted wood on the cabin had been patched with plywood … Continued

The Proof is in the Produce; How a Community Effort Nourishes a Neighborhood.

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  Mike Cox is one of those people with the gift of making others happy. His smile invites smiles. He loves Jesus and hymn singing. He’s a Florida farm boy, born and bred, and a pretty terrific spinner of tales. … Continued

Editorial: Spring Has Sprung, Y’all

Spring in Florida is one of my favorite times of year.  Azaleas begin to pop in town and country alike, followed by violets, dogwood, jessamine, and a long list of others. The gray-brown and faded green of a Florida winter … Continued

Obama Reverses: No Drilling Off Florida East Coast

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The Obama administration reversed course and announced yesterday there won’t be any oil rigs off the Southeast Atlantic coast for at least five years, thanks to protests in states ranging from Virginia to Florida. Objections to offshore drilling by the … Continued

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