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Case load seen multiplying

This is shaping up to be an unusually busy year already for the Baker County Code Enforcement Board, or CEB, which met Monday evening for the first time since the panel was reborn under a new constituting ordinance two months ago. Read More »

Board session on home schooling

School board member Patricia Weeks has been fielding questions about home schooling from constituents and during a workshop with fellow board members March 2 she got some answers. Read More »

Man attacks estranged wife, flees

A Macclenny man is charged with felony domestic battery and felony resisting police  during a two-day period last week starting when he kicked in the windshield of his estrange wife’s vehicle as it left a residence on SR 121 north of the city. Read More »

Macclenny panel approves small ice plant previously rejected by Glen St. mary

A vacant lot where a small residence and later a tavern once stood on the corner of U.S. 90 and Dugger Street in east Macclenny soon will become the site for a new business: a wholesale ice plant that initially was sited for Glen St. Mary but turned down by its governing board. Read More »

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