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‘Temporary’ zoning for Bible college

The site of a former group home and counseling facility for troubled teens north of Glen St. Mary, known as Camp Tracey, has been reopened as a Bible college for aspiring pastors, missionaries and school teachers — at least temporarily. Read More »

Arrest of Savannah man after I-10 chase

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A high speed chase involving a car that rammed several times into another westbound vehicle on Interstate 10 in the early hours of March 28 ended with the arrest of a Savannah man for felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Read More »

Revision on mining postponed

Following a discussion concerning proposed changes in local mining regulations last week, the Baker County Land Planning Agency decided to postpone any decisions until May to allow interested parties one more month to prepare for a final public hearing on the issue. Read More »

Teen faces felony for violating terms of youth probation

A Macclenny teenager was arrested the morning of March 26 for third degree felony criminal mischief after she punched out a window during an argument with her mother about violating the curfew required on her active Department of Juvenile Justice probation. Read More »

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