Sixteen young women representing Girl Scouts of Gateway Council (GSGC) have earned the Gold Award in recognition of their remarkable dedication to improving their communities and the world.
The 2019 Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp season presented by Community First Credit Union continues at 7:05 p.m. on Friday, August 23 from the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville.
North Florida Land Trust is pleased to announce that Genevieve Day has joined the organization as operations manager.
National blood shortages are impacting blood centers across the country, and locally LifeSouth Community Blood Centers also faces emergency need for all blood types.more»
Currently on the road this July for a mini-series of summer shows and festival dates, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH have announced the launch of a U.S. Fall arena headlining tour including a stop in Jacksonville, Florida on Nov. 18 at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena.more»
Urban Air Adventure Park is pleased to announce the grand opening of the new Urban Air South Jacksonville location at 9950 Southside Blvd.more»
The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville invites you to experience the celebration of arts and culture on Saturday, September 7, 2019.more»
Richmond American Homes has opened a beautifully decorated showhome at the nature-first community of TrailMark in St. Johns County.more»
Angel Kids Pediatrics, the largest private pediatric practice in Northeast Florida, is teaming up with Farm Share for a Community Food Distribution at Angel Kid’s newly opened Northside office, located at 2040 Riverview Street.more»
The Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp will navigate through the final 15 games of the inaugural Seafood Buffett Rivalry Series, hosting the Biloxi Shuckers from July 22-26 and Pensacola Blue Wahoos from July 27-31 at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville.more»
The Jacksonville Icemen, proud ECHL affiliate of the NHL’s Winnipeg Jets and AHL’s Manitoba Moose, announced Tuesday that El Acquisitions, a group led by Ron Geary has sold the Icemen organization to SZH Hockey LLC led by Jacksonville resident Andrew Kaufmann and includes Icemen President Bob Ohrablo.more»