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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 »

Second lawsuit against county in fatal wreck

A second lawsuit was filed recently against the county for a road condition the plaintiff contends led to the death of her daughter in December, 2012. Read More »

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