Vietnam Veterans Day Ceremony to be held in Green Cove Springs
Clay County government, in partnership with Vietnam Veterans of America, will recognize “Vietnam Era” veterans and their families during a ceremony on Saturday, March 25--National Vietnam War Veterans Day.
Thank a Vietnam Veteran!
The annual Vietnam War Veterans Recognition Day “Welcome Home” ceremony will be held Saturday, March 25, at 10 a.m., at the TAPS Monument, 915 Walnut Street, Green Cove Springs, Florida.
Clay County commissioners to discuss funding new jail plans, adding fire stations, public safety administration building
Clay County Board of County Commissioners is holding a budget workshop to go over how to fund Capital Improvement Projects (CIP), which are meant to improve county facilities and infrastructures in Clay County.
Annual Community Health Improvement Plan meeting to be held for Clay County residents
Clay County residents are invited to a Florida Department of Health meeting that will review 2022 health assessments and discuss areas of improvement for 2023. The Florida Department of Health in Clay County’s annual Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) meeting will be Thursday, March 23, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the University of Florida/Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Extension Office Godbold Education Building located at 2463 State Road 16 West in Green Cove Springs.
Poker Run April 22 at 9am for Veterans
The Riders Group of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8255 is hosting a Poker Run fundraiser to support the establishment of a Clay County Veterans community center. If you are unable to attend the Poker Run you can still make a donation online through paypal.me/VetCouncilClayCtyFL or https://donorbox.org/clay-county-veterans-community-center . Any support is appreciated and welcome.
Clay County man throws minor against wall, arrested on child abuse charge, deputies say
A Green Cove Springs man was arrested Friday and faces charges of domestic child abuse, deputies say. Clay County Sheriff’s Office deputies were dispatched to a Green Cove Springs address at approximately 5:21 p.m. Friday in reference to a disturbance in progress. According to the arrest report, the exact address is not provided due to the case involving a minor.
Deadline announced to register to vote in Clay County municipal elections
Clay County Supervisor of Elections Chris H. Chambless reminds residents in Keystone Heights and Orange Park that Monday, March 13, is the deadline to register to vote for the 2023 Municipal Super Tuesday elections. The local elections will be held on Tuesday, April 11.
Teenager Claims Teaching Assistant Took His Nintendo Switch Before He Brutally Attacked Her
Sources: Adelaide and NY Post (Shout out to them) A teaching assistant who was severely beaten by a 122-pound student refuted the assertions of her adolescent attacker that she started the fight in the classroom by taking his Nintendo Switch.
Hazardous waste event to be held for Clay County residents
Clay County Environmental Services and the City of Keystone Heights are holding a Household Hazardous Waste and Electronic Amnesty Day to properly dispose of hazardous household and electronic waste.
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Clay County man arrested for arson after his release from jail, deputies say
A Green Cove Springs man was arrested Friday morning and faces charges of arson, burglary to a structure and resisting officers with violence. Clay County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the 2000 block of State Road 16 West at approximately 2:08 a.m. Friday in reference to a possible arson. Clay County Fire and Rescue arrived at the same time and were actively working to put out a flame at the base of the fence line on the property, according to the arrest report.
Clay County high school seniors, incoming kindergarteners can win scholarships
Current Clay County school district seniors and incoming kindergarteners have the opportunity to win a scholarship from Superintendent David Broskie in partnership with Florida Prepaid College Saving Plans.
When A Travel Destination Exceeds Your Expectations: Ravine Gardens State Park in Palatka, Florida
I have officially lived in Florida for nine years now and of course, I’m still adjusting. With all of the beautiful beaches, the food, the traffic, the mosquitoes, and an almost endless list of cool things to do and see, Florida never fails to amaze me! Still, as interesting as Florida can be, there are times that traveling this state absolutely exceeds my expectations and Ravine Gardens State Park in Palatka is one of them.
Walking the Trails, and Suspension Bridges of Ravine Gardens State Park in Palatka, Florida
In this video, we’re off our couch at Ravine Gardens State Park in Palatka, Florida. Ravine Gardens State Park is a 152 acre park that offers hiking, wildlife viewing, nature trails, and amazing views! Ravine Gardens has two ravines up to 120 feet deep that have been transformed into gardens! We're here in February also for the azalea blooming season and the park is alive with color! There are trails to explore in the ravine and from above. It’s a sight to see, along with an obelisk dedicated to former President Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Court of States, this is a beautiful park to explore. We’re on a hunt to see the features this park has to offer and learn more about the history of this park along the way. Explore the trails and bridges of this park along with us and tell us what’s your favorite feature of this park! Check us out on social media: Like us on Facebook- <a href="https://www.facebook.com/OffOurCouch">https://www.facebook.com/OffOurCouch</a>/ Follow us on Instagram too- <a href="https://www.instagram.com/offourcouch">https://www.instagram.com/offourcouch</a>/
Florida School Staff Rendered Unconscious After Confiscating Teen's Nintendo Switch
A female school employee at Matanzas High School in Palm Coast, Florida, was brutally assaulted by a 17-year-old male student who was enraged after his Nintendo Switch was confiscated during class. According to the Flagler County Sheriff's Office, the incident occurred on Tuesday and was captured on video surveillance. The footage shows the 6-foot-6, 270-pound student pushing the victim to the ground and kicking her twice before repeatedly striking her body and head over a dozen times. The victim appeared to lose consciousness during the attack.
Student beats teacher unconscious after she took his Nintendo game, caught on video
Report: On Monday Feb 21, a 6 foot 6 and 270llb high school student viciously beat a small female staffer unconscious, at a Florida school, because she confiscated his Nintendo Switch video game. On a security camera, the crazed 17-year-old is seen running toward the teacher, who turns to see him just as he slams into her.
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