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Husband is charged in severe battering

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A north Macclenny man is jailed facing several felony charges including attempted second-degree murder for allegedly beating his wife so severely that her eyes were still swollen shut two days later and her forehead and facial area bore the imprint of one of his boots. Read More »

Shoals is re-opened by county, but not to ATV riders

After being closed for two weeks due to vandalism and no supervision, St. Mary’s Shoals Park is open once again to hikers, bikers and equestrians, but not all terrain vehicle riders. Read More »

Subdivision plan with reduced lot size approved

County commissioners approved plans for a 57-acre housing subdivision off Bob Burnsed Road north of Glen St. Mary following a public hearing on the evening of October 21. Read More »

Dobson: pot amendment ‘the worst’

Last week Sheriff Joey Dobson publicly announced his opposition to Amendment 2, which would legalize medical marijuana in Florida, saying it is “possibly the worst constitutional amendment we’ve ever had to vote on.” Read More »

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