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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
Larry Wilson: No Secrets No Lies

He began his love affair with music at the tender age of three playing the drums in church. Unless you are fortunate enough to already know about Wilson, you'd never guess he is a young man that has just released his debut album, No Secrets No Lies .

Regions Bank closing two branches in North Florida

The Birmingham, Alabama-based financial institution said it would close the 1600 Hendricks Ave. branch in Jacksonville and the branch at 1461 Kingsley Ave. in Orange Park by Oct. 27. Regions spokesman Mel Campbell said while employees will have the opportunity to apply for positions at other branch locations, there is no guarantee everyone will be offered a job. Campbell said the closures were made after "a careful review of our branches identified opportunities to consolidate based on traffic, volume, new technologies, location of other branches, profitability and other factors."

The Mathis Report: Hakimian adding retail, office buildings Investor...

Hakimian Holdings LLC intends to develop outparcels at two of its properties: Liberty Center in the Southpoint area and Merchants Walk in Mandarin. At Liberty Center at 7077 Bonneval Road, Hakimian Holdings proposes two buildings in the corners of its 7.2-acre property facing Butler Boulevard.

Safariland Expands GLS Pro-Fit Concealment Holster Series

Safariland, a brand of The Safariland Group, today introduced the Model 571 GLS Pro-Fit Concealment Paddle Holster. Building upon the strong momentum of the Pro-Fit series, this new model is made specifically for sub-compact, single-stack pistols with Safariland's micro paddle design.

The Mathis Report: New life for old Baymeadows Miami Subs site...

Jacksonville-based Triforce Development intends to buy the former Miami Subs site in Baymeadows and redevelop the property. Triforce, led by brothers Louis and Paul Sleiman, plans to redevelop the property into a 7,600-square-foot building with space for up to three tenants.

Do military veterans really win more elections? Only in 'purple' districts.

Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events An oversized American flag is carried down East Bay Street during the start of the Veterans Day Parade in Jacksonville, Fla., in 2016. If the Democratic Party retakes the House of Representatives in 2018, it may owe its success to military veterans' candidacies.

RP Funding founder buys Armada FC Robert Palmer has business and...

A decade after buying a Duval County home and less than two years after confirming plans for a Southside business center, Florida businessman Robert Palmer added to his portfolio by acquiring the Jacksonville Armada FC. The North American Soccer League announced Tuesday that Palmer, a Florida native and founder of RP Funding and, bought the club.

The Mathis Report: San Marco investor sees - signs of life' Mark...

Lawyer and investor Mark Rubin predicts that the stretch of Atlantic Boulevard east from San Marco Square is becoming one of the city's hot spots. "We believe that the Atlantic Corridor that leads to San Marco from the new I-95 access point will have a dramatic redevelopment in the next 24-36 months," said Rubin, who owns properties along the way.

Averitt Plans Jacksonville Warehouse Complex

Averitt Express Inc. has filed plans to build a 60,400-square-foot warehouse and 9,200-square-foot package distribution center in West Jacksonville, Fla. Construction manager and contractor D.F. Chase Inc. of Nashville, Tenn., and civil engineering firm Prosser Inc. submitted plans for a combined facility that will sit on 21 acres of Averitt-owned property at 7200 Commonwealth Ave. "The Jacksonville market is very important to Averitt and our shippers," spokesman Joseph Greek told Transport Topics.

On plane: Lover of planes, newlywed with 2 tours overseas

Joseph Murray, at a press conference in Jacksonville, Fla., Wednesday, July 12, 2017. Sg... .

Super Food & Brew has new owner

New Super Food & Brew owner Randal Gonzalez took over the 2-year-old Downtown restaurant June 1 and is keeping much of the menu while adding new items and services. "We're trying to make this something big," said Gonzalez, 26, who has been working with the enterprise since he joined the Super Food Truck.

Averitt Express files plans for Westside warehouse

Averitt Express wants to build a 60,400-square-foot office-warehouse and 9,200-square-foot maintenance building on almost 21 acres it owns at 7200 Commonwealth Ave. In June, the city issued a mobility fee calculation certificate for Averitt Express to develop a warehouse and package distribution center. The property is west of Interstate 295 and Pickettville Road and south of Commonwealth Avenue.

Marine from Jacksonville killed in Mississippi plane crash remembered as man of faith, family

Sgt. Joe Murray sent a letter home to his dad in Jacksonville five years ago for Father's Day while he was deployed in Afghanistan to express how proud he was to have a son for the first time even though he couldn't be there for the birth. He signed up to be a Marine because he wanted to serve his country, and he knew that could mean missing out on important family moments.

Pattillo buys land at Amazon sortation center

Senior Vice President Peter Anderson said Pattillo leased the land and owned the 237,319-square-foot building on it, so Pattillo decided to buy the property. Through WS4948 LLC, Pattillo paid almost $3.6 million for the property.

The Rise and Decline of Gateway Mall

As more modern facilities are developed across the country, many mid-20th century enclosed shopping malls are in a state of decline due to retailers abandoning these properties for new development. Many of these "dead malls" fail to attract new business and often sit unused for many years until restoration or demolition.

What Amazon job applicants can expect starts its job fairs Monday to hire about 1,500 warehouse workers for its first Jacksonville fulfillment center in Northwest Jacksonville. Potential employees for the warehouse jobs - which pay $12 to $16 an hour, based on job listings on the Amazon website - should know that: Those listings are lead fulfillment associate, full-time warehouse associate, part-time warehouse associate, reduced-time fulfillment associate and part-time sortation associate.

MOD Pizza coming to Bartram Village

Plans show the 2,284-square-foot restaurant will open at 12547 Bartram Park Blvd. It's an estimated $400,000 build-out. MOD says its gas-fired ovens cook at 800 degrees, so it only takes a few minutes to cook a pizza, depending on the number of toppings.

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