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Increased taxes, fees considered

Baker County commissioners gained more ground last week in a race to avoid a budget deficit next year by cutting another quarter of a million dollars from the proposed spending plan and approving tentative hikes in property taxes and a special assessment for solid waste disposal. Read More »

Arrest for strangling battery on girlfriend



Police arrested a Macclenny man for felony domestic battery by strangulation after his estranged girlfriend said she was attacked while at the suspect’s residence to collect clothing for their child. Read More »

Beef-laden semi crashes on I-10, driver escapes with minor injury

Traffic in the westbound lanes on Interstate 10 just east of the Sanderson rest area backed up for miles the morning of August 10 when this semi truck loaded with beef steaks went out of control after colliding with the rear of another eastbound semi, crossed the median and crashed on the north shoulder just before dawn. Read More »

FDOT: no light at Hodges Rd.

Drivers on South 6th Street near the interstate will have to wait for more traffic to develop in the area before the state will install an additional traffic light at George Hodges Road near the entrances to Zaxby’s and Wendy’s. Read More »

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