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Rescue assessments once again on table

A special assessment for emergency medical services in Baker County, something that was authorized years ago but never implemented, is once again under consideration by the county commission as the board continues a series of 2015-16 budget workshops. Read More »

Six caught selling booze to underaged

Sheriff’s investigators, making use of an 18-year-old undercover buyer, filed criminal complaints against six store and bar employees in recent weeks for selling alcohol to someone under 21. Read More »

Domestic spat leads to arrest of motorist with 16 suspensions

A Baldwin man who is an habitual traffic offender with a history of driving under the influence was arrested again the afternoon of April 7 for driving on a license that was suspended 16 times after police were called to Murphy USA in reference to a disturbance. Read More »

Pool repairs promised by June

Plans by the First Coast YMCA to refinance a $40.4 million bond issue were nearly blocked by Baker County commissioners last week until assurances were given that the Baker Family YMCA pool in Macclenny will be repaired by late May or early June. Read More »

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