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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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ZZ Top will rock out at Little Rock's Robinson Center Performance Hall, 426 W. Markham St. at Broadway, 8 p.m. Friday. Austin Hanks opens for the legendary group.

Trump wants $108M for deeper ports; Corps adds $56M boost

Ports from New England to Texas are seeking more than $4.6 billion in federal and state funding to deepen their . They're playing catch-up after the Panama Canal finished a major expansion last summer that is sending supersized ships to U.S. ports on the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts.

People and Places, May 24

The Rev. Wiley Ammons is canon of the First Coast East Region in the Diocese of Florida , 325 N. Market St., Jacksonville, FL 32202.

Flag Officer Announcements

Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis announced today that the president has made the following nominations: Navy Reserve Rear Adm. Daniel B. Hendrickson has been nominated for appointment to the rank of rear admiral.

City Notes

The 5,500-square-foot nano brewery features 15 rotating taps that will change based on customer feedback and sales trends. Those beers will be a mix of local brands as well as original recipes.

Fran Kinne's Century of Leadership

Frances Bartlett Kinne began playing the piano at the age of 2. Now, 98 years later, she continues to play as often as she can. Frances Bartlett Kinne's first printing of her autobiography was in 2000.

Internet cafes making Florida comeback including 1 near Ormond

Four years after they were shut down by the government and a scandal led to the arrest of dozens of people and the resignation of a lieutenant governor, Internet cafes are cropping up again across Florida - including one in Volusia County. The Hot Spot has been open since February at 1230 Hand Ave. and business is so good there is already talk of expansion.

Ollie's plans store along Normandy

Ollie's Bargain Outlet, with one store open in Regency and another planned in Orange Park, intends to open in June along Normandy Boulevard in West Jacksonville. 'Jacksonville is a big city.

Raising awareness in ALS fight

The ALS Association Florida Chapter held a fundraiser Sunday at the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp game at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville in honor of attorney Evan Yegelwel, center in chair, a partner at Terrell Hogan and Jacksonville Bar Association member. Yegelwel was diagnosed with the disease six years ago.

Rogers Towers attorney back from duty in Bahrain

Rogers Towers attorney Adam Brandon recently returned from two weeks of reserve duty with U.S. Naval Forces Central Command/U.S. Fifth Fleet in Manama, Bahrain, in the Persian Gulf. While in Bahrain, Brandon and the active-duty legal team met with Marine Corps Maj.

Three solutions to turn around aging urban districts

Modern Cities shares a Spring 2017 presentation by Ennis Davis, AICP to the board of City Beautiful Jax, highlighting a few cost effective options for stimulating market rate economic development in historic neighborhoods. Just a little bit about myself for those who may not know me.

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City Administrator John Drury said in the May 3 city council meeting the city should enter into an agreement with Lake-Sumter State College for a collaborative effort in forming a downtown college annex and performing arts center.

Officials: Man who ran over pedestrians was 'hearing voices'

" A man accused of steering his car onto one of the busiest sidewalks in the U.S. and mowing down pedestrians for three blocks before a row of steel security barriers finally stopped him told police he was "hearing voices," law enforcement officials said. The driver, Richard Rojas, a 26-year-old Bronx man who had been discharged from the U.S. Navy following disciplinary problems, told police he was hearing voices and expected to die, two law enforcement officials said.

J.C. Burwell: Innovator, Publisher & Businessman

In the early days of Hernando county and Brooksville an important figure was John Cabell Burwell. J.C. Burwell was the editor and publisher of The Brooksville Star which he started in 1888.

Woman, 18, killed as car mows down pedestrians in New York's Times Square

An 18-year-old woman killed by a car that barrelled down a pavement in New York's Times Square was a tourist, police said. http://www.independent.ie/world-news/woman-18-killed-as-car-mows-down-pedestrians-in-new-yorks-times-square-35732443.html An 18-year-old woman killed by a car that barrelled down a pavement in New York's Times Square was a tourist, police said.

San Pablo on tap for Florida Cracker Restaurant

Florida Cracker Restaurant, an extension of the Florida Cracker Kitchen in Brooksville, is in development at Pablo Station at northwest Beach Boulevard and San Pablo Road. Robert Tilka, vice president of strategy with ServStar Management Group, said today it will serve breakfast and lunch and is the first Florida Cracker in Jacksonville.

Removal of Hart ramp leads city road priorities

Taking down the Northbank ramp also happens to be a key component of Shad Khan's plan to redevelop the Shipyards property. Through Ordinance 2017-368, council has introduced its list of road project priorities for the North Florida Transportation Planning Organization.

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