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Four support end to impact fees

A push to abolish growth-impact fees in Baker County — in an effort to boost economic development by reducing the cost of new housing and commercial projects — is gaining traction. Read More »

Taser, gas ushers compliance

A county deputy administered four taser shots and a dose of pepper gas to subdue a Macclenny man believed to be high on methaphetamine the early morning of October 8. Read More »

Drugs found with stolen van

A Macclenny man who took his mother’s van without permission was arrested the morning of October 6 after he was caught with methamphetamine, marijuana and open containers of alcohol in the vehicle when police stopped him. Read More »

Bus fight leads to complaint

A 16-year-old male student at Baker County High School was named in a complaint on October 7 for allegedly striking a 12-year-old female on a school bus while it was still on the campus the previous afternoon. Read More »

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