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301 detour for crossing work; other resurfacing lane delays

Baldwin residents and Baker County commuters on U.S. 90 are advised that U.S. 301 will completely close and all traffic will be detoured in the immediate area of the railroad crossing between Interstate 10 (Exit 343) and U.S. 90 in Baldwin for seven days beginning Friday, June 19 at 7 a.m. The road is scheduled to reopen by 7 p.m. Thursday, June 25, weather permitting. Read More »

4H, library host summer activities

In addition to cooling off at the YMCA pool and a plethora of Bible school programs around the county, children have other options to stay busy this summer. Read More »

Nonprofit donating car safety seats here

The health department’s supply of car safety seats for children from low-income famillies dried up in recent years after grant funding from the state ended. But demand for the car seats, long provided by the department on West Lowder Street, has not abated, leaving public health officials scrambling to get the few seats they have to the families who need them most.

Enter the Partnership for Strong Families.  Read More »

Driver critical after wreck Monday

Julia Tedesco

Julia Tedesco

A 19-year-old woman from Macclenny was critically injured in a three-vehicle accident on SR 23, Cecil Commerce Center Parkway in west Jacksonville the afternoon of June 8. Read More »

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