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Ring found in Fernandina Beach: Are you the owner?

FERNANDINA BEACH, Fla. – A Nassau County resident found a ring near Sliders restaurant in Fernandina Beach and turned it in to News4JAX in hopes of finding the owner of the jewelry. The ring is silver in color. It has an inscription on the outer portion of the band....
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Got a problem with your student’s bus? Here’s who to call.

We know the first day of school comes with a lot of questions about transportation. If you have any questions or issues with your child’s bus, we have the numbers for each district’s transportation department and bus hotline listed below. Clay and Nassau county parents can also follow...
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Aaron Bell drops $10K mail buy in Nassau Co. Commission battle

Challenger Hupp Huppmann benefited recently from positive mail pieces from other groups. Nassau County Commissioner Aaron Bell’s re-election campaign hasn’t been the easiest one, and going into the last weeks of the campaign, he made a large mail piece buy to compete against challenger Hupp Huppmann. Huppman recently...
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George Spicer dramatically outspending others in Nassau Commission comeback

Going into August, Spicer spent more than $35,900 of the $47,690 raised for his campaign so far. With three weeks to go until Election Day, former Nassau County Commissioner George Spicer has outspent incumbent Commissioner Thomas Ford by more than double — and more than triple that of challenger Alyson McCullough.

Carol Dover: Northeast Florida hospitality leaders critical to success of industry

For any business to succeed, it must have good leaders. But for a whole industry to thrive, there must be solid partnerships in place among those leaders as they work together to achieve common goals. I am proud to say that is exactly what we have across Florida’s hospitality and tourism industry, the economic engine of our state and source of great pride for all in the Sunshine State.
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