Romance on the River. Six Sites on the St. Johns to Serenade Your Sweetheart on Valentine’s Day.

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Skip the crowds and surprise your Valentine with a sunset this Tuesday at an off-the-beaten-path spot along the St. Johns River.  The state’s longest river has many faces  – quiet fishing nooks, magnificent sunrises and sunsets, and busy international port … Continued

Manatees No Longer Endangered, Feds Say

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When Quint White came to Jacksonville University to teach marine biology nearly three decades ago, he was certain he manatees were on their way to extinction. Now, thanks to federal protection, the population is up by 500%.  This has prompted … Continued

Mayor Disbands Port Task Force

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Jacksonville, FL — In a surprise move, newly elected Mayor Lenny Curry announced Friday that he is disbanding the Port Task Force convened by his predecessor, Mayor Alvin Brown.  The task force met monthly for over one year and had … Continued

Woops! Chamber Apologizes to Putnam County

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Palatka, FL —  Breaking News: Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce CEO Daniel Davis agrees to “start over” in talks that have been going on for months, but this time to include Putnam County, where officials are claiming they weren’t informed about … Continued

Water Issues Bubble to the Surface in Legislative Session

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Tallahassee, FL — Two bi-partisan bills moving through the current legislative session could impact the health of the St. Johns River. Senate Bill 1576 and House Bill 1313 would protect some of the state’s crucial springs, provide funding for septic … Continued

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