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Will seek to ‘certify’ privately owned land

Four hundred acres of pine woods between Interstate 10 and U.S. 90 near Olustee could become the first parcel of land in Baker County to be certified as a development-ready industrial site, which potentially could lead to hundreds of new jobs in years to come. Read More »

Suspects in home burglary may be tied to carpet cleaning





The sheriff’s department is looking into the possible link between two home invasion suspects caught after entering a south county residence on May 4 and the fact that one of them recently worked for a carpet cleaning company and retained work addresses on his cellphone. Read More »

City board okay with mower shop expansion

Since opening nearly a year and a half ago Macclenny Mower and Saw at 304 W. Macclenny Ave. has been so busy that the owners, Jeffery Conner and son Jeremy are expanding their business with a little help from the city this week. Read More »

DOC mum on stabbing

An as yet unidentified inmate was seriously injured at Baker Correctional Institute the afternoon of April 30, suffering multiple stab wounds, head lacerations, a broken arm and other injuries from an altercation with a fellow prisoner. Read More »

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