A popular family-owned restaurant with three locations in nearby counties hopes to find success in a Macclenny space that’s seen two eateries — one Italian and one barbecue— close since 2012.
Daily Archives: September 12, 2013
A stingy water supply and flames whipped by gusty east winds combined to heighten the damage to this double-wide trailer on the property of Kenneth and Sharon Moore off US 90 west of Interstate 10 the afternoon of September 10.
Flames and heavy smoke shot through the roof as the first of six county fire units responded to the 5 pm alarm.
A family member said a grease fire was the cause, but county fire chief Steven Marfongella said late Tuesday the cause was still under investigation. The trailer was one of five situated on the property on the south side of 90, and was a total loss.
Photos by Jim McGauley
As the summer has come to an end, I would like to recognize the Baker County Family YMCA for making our community 69 swimmers stronger!
The article in a recent edition of The Baker County Press outlining the activities of the Macclenny City Commission was well-written and interesting to read. It appears, at a regular meeting on August 13th, there was big attendance mostly by citizens who wanted to hear about the “push-me-pull-you” between the citizens of Macclenny II and Burnham Construction Company.