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Jacksonville is located in the First Coast region of northeast Florida and is centered on the banks of the St. Johns River, about 25 miles south of the Georgia border Since 1968, as a result of the consolidation of the city and county government, and a corresponding expansion of the city limits to include almost the entire county, Jacksonville is the largest city in land area in the contiguous United States.

Population: 799875
Local Newspapers: The Florida Times-Union
Local Sports Teams: Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) Jacksonville Suns (Southern League baseball)
Local Colleges: Jacksonville University University of North Florida

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Jacksonville News
Customer claims Jacksonville McDonald's employee poisoned his drink with detergent pod

Lee Graves alleges that a McDonald's employee snuck a detergent pod in his soda after he told her "this was supposed to be a large coke." Lee Graves rarely gets fast food, but Thursday morning he was running late so he decided to stop and grab a Coke with his breakfast.

The Mathis Report: Target approved to renovate Mandarin store $1.76...

The 138,286-square-foot store in the Courtyard Shopping Center at 10490 San Jose Blvd. will be remodeled at a construction cost of $1.76 million. It is the second Target to be remodeled.

You Should Know . . . Groundwork Jacksonville CEO Kay Ehas Our...

Kay Ehas returned to her urban core roots in September upon becoming executive director of Groundwork Jacksonville, a nonprofit created to redevelop the Emerald Necklace. Groundwork envisions transforming the 14-mile trail of waterways - from McCoys Creek in Riverside around North Riverside to Springfield and down to Hogans Creek near the sports complex - into parks, playgrounds, trails and public uses.

Downtown Development Review Board approves Hotel Indigo Former Life...

A 55-year-old Downtown Jacksonville building will be turned into a new boutique hotel and commercial center beginning this summer. The Downtown Development Review Board gave final approval Thursday to redevelopment plans for what will become Hotel Indigo at the former Life of the South Building at 100 W. Bay St. Developer Eugene Profit plans to renovate the seven-story building into an 89-room boutique hotel.

Confederate monument supporter: 'I am not a white supremacist'

As many around the country and city rally to take the Confederate monuments down, Seber Newsome III has been one of the most vocal supporters of keeping them up.

JU to build Jacksonville Lacrosse Center on campus University to...

Jacksonville University intends to start construction this summer on the Jacksonville Lacrosse Center at its Arlington campus at 2800 University Blvd. N. Jacksonville-based Stellar will build the center next to D.B. Milne Field at a construction cost of $1.875 million. The 8,600-square-foot building will include 10 offices for coaches, assistants and staff; a conference room and film room; a women's locker room, restrooms and shower facilities; and a men's locker room, restrooms and shower facilities.

Remembering all the trans women who have been killed in the US this year

Christa Leigh Steel-Knudslein, Viccky Gutierrez, Celine Walker, Tonya Harvey, Phylicia Mitchell, Zakaria Fry, Amia Tyrae Berryman, Sasha Wall and Carla Patricia Flores-PavA3n have all lost their lives in 2018. Of course, these are only the murders that have been officially documented, and have taken place in the US - it's likely that there are many more undocumented murders of trans women elsewhere in the world.

Ulta taking shape at Roosevelt Square; food, development notes

The city approved a permit Thursday for RLH Construction LLC to create a vanilla shell building of 12,200 square feet at a cost of $254,847. The build-out will be permitted separately.

Judge: Murder defendant gave jurors' names in jailhouse call

A Florida judge delivered what he called a "bombshell" after a jury convicted a man of murder. He said the defendant had called his brother from jail and given him the names of the six jurors and two prosecutors.

City has plans for Mayport property near ferry stop

Ten years after JaxPort proposed bringing cruise ships to the once bustling commercial fishing hub in Mayport Village, the city of Jacksonville might buy back the property to spur economic development. JaxPort's board of directors voted unanimously at a special meeting April 30 to declare the 6.72 acres along Ocean Street and the St. Johns River as surplus property, agreeing to sell it back to the city for $1.

A 7-Eleven Is Blasting Opera Music To Stop Crime & Loitering

Researchers Discover Deadly New Pig Virus That Could Spread to Humans Researchers say they have identified a new pig virus that could be a threat to humans. Tarkanian Won't Challenge Heller; Announces Bid for Congress President Donald Trump has cleared a primary election path for one of the most vulnerable Senate Republicans running for re-election this year, persuading Nevada Sen. Dean Heller's GOP opponent to drop out of the race and instead run for a House seat.

HISD administrator leading turnaround schools up for top job in Jacksonville

Erick Pruitt, Houston ISD's area superintendent responsible for overseeing the district's turnaround schools, has been named as one of three finalists for the superintendent position in Duval County Public Schools, which covers the Jacksonville, Fla. area.

The Mathis Report: Downtown Hyatt seeks permitting for $900,000 bar...

The city is reviewing a permit application for a $900,000 renovation on the first floor of the hotel for the SHOR Tavern at the site of its existing lounge. The permit application shows a 5,000-square-foot project, and plans outline the bar at 2,915 square feet.

Jacksonville officer dies in accident on I-295

A Jacksonville police officer died Tuesday morning after an accident on Interstate 295, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. A Jacksonville police officer died Tuesday morning after an accident on Interstate 295, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.

Heritage site marker unveiled at childhood home of Ronnie, Johnny and Donnie Van Zant

The house in Jacksonville, Florida, where Lynyrd Skynrd singers Ronnie and Johnny Van Zant grew up along with their brother, Donnie -- co-founder of 38 Special -- has been declared a state heritage site. According to FirstCoastNews.com , a commemorative marker celebrating the designation was unveiled Saturday during a public ceremony at the property at 5419 Woodcrest Road.

The Mathis Report: Johnson & Johnson Vision plans campus expansion...

Shown as the proposed Phase 8 expansion, Johnson & Johnson Vision wants to modify its Planned Unit Development to add space - and by extension, jobs - at its Southside campus. Johnson & Johnson Vision wants to add 9,600 square feet to its total enclosed area of almost 871,000-square-foot Deerwood Park operations.

Royal wedding: Fans travel across the globe to join 'a real-life fairy tale'

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will get married on 19 May in the UK, and some of their biggest fans are already preparing to travel more than 10,000 miles to be in Windsor for the occasion. Some of those super-fans have told us why they're making such a huge effort to get as close to the action as possible.

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