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Beaches Leader
Beaches Leader

1114 Beach Blvd
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250   Directions

(904) 249-9033


Community Presbyterian Church has new head pastor
10/18/2019 2:37am

Community Presbyterian Church, Atlantic Beach, has called the Rev. Melanie Marsh Baum as its new head pastor.

Volunteers help make sure shows go on at Ponte Vedra Concert Hall
10/17/2019 8:11am

If youve ever attended an event at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall PVCH, youve probably been greeted by at least one of the volunteers who help staff the events.

Students rake beach to secure dunes
10/09/2019 4:33pm

Members of the Fletcher Marine Coastal Club FMCC are raking the beach to take advantage of a natural compost that helps secure the dunes.

Atlantic Beach plants 20 trees
09/25/2019 4:53pm

Twenty trees were planted recently in the Royal Palms area of Atlantic Beach as part of the citys comprehensive community tree-planting program spearheaded by the Environmental Stewardship Committ

High and dry
09/11/2019 3:56pm

This boat did not fare so well during Hurricane Dorian. It was shipwrecked close to the Beach Boulevard bridge on the Intracoastal.

Florida Times-Union
Florida Times-Union

1 Riverside Ave
Jacksonville, FL 32202   Directions

(904) 359-4111


Folio Weekly
Folio Weekly

9456 Philips Hwy #11
Jacksonville, FL 32256   Directions

(904) 260-9770


Hola Noticias
Hola Noticias

9831 Beach Blvd
Jacksonville, FL 32246   Directions

(904) 683-2198


WJAX-TV 47 - CBS and WFOX-TV 30 - FOX
WJAX-TV 47 - CBS and WFOX-TV 30 - FOX

11700 Central Pkwy
Jacksonville, FL 32224   Directions

(904) 996-0400



100 Festival Park Ave
Jacksonville, FL 32202   Directions

(904) 353-7770


WJCT Radio Tower Outage Update
10/11/2019 10:13am

Updated October 14, 2019 4:00 p.m. As of 4PM Monday, 10/14, we continue to restore power to our FM service. As of now, our HD radio stations and radio reading service should be available. We anticipate operating at full power within the next 48 hours. Meanwhile, our service continues to be available via online streaming, at wjct.org, via the WJCT ...

WJCT Partners with BritBox The Largest Streaming Collection of British Content, To Launch Newest Member Benefit
09/23/2019 4:04pm

Contact: Neily Braren, Promotion & Marketing Associate 904.358.6304 nbrarenwjct.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PBS Passport BritBox offering combines streaming services to provide access to the best collection of British content Unique bundled offering to be available later this year Jacksonville, FL, September 23, 2019 Coming later this fall, WJCT will launch its newest member benefit, PBS Passport ...


4 Broadcast Pl
Jacksonville, FL 32207   Directions

(904) 399-4000


Arcade workers protest in effort to save their jobs
10/19/2019 3:22pm

The countdown is on for adult arcades in Jacksonville to close their doors for good, but arcade operators are trying to find a way to remain open. Arcade workers carried signs and chanted, Save our jobs Saturday. Theyre demanding Jacksonvilles mayor and City Council members reverse their decision to close the arcades Sunday night, several months ahead of the original February date.City officials said its inspectors visited 175 arcade sites and issued orders to remove simulated gambling devices. A few dozen people showed up in the rain for the peaceful protest, including Patty Quinn, whos worked at a Westside arcade for the past six years.I am there to entertain, Quinn said. My duties include talking with people, giving them drinks, food, chips, making sure they are comfortable. But she said shes about to become the one uncomfortable when she loses her job at the arcade.I have a son in college, bills to pay, and all of a sudden, now, no money, Quinn said. They said we have until February. I could have prepared myself, ya know Its sad.She describes adult arcades as, a place to come hang out, have fun, everyone is a big family. I am going to miss my customers.One woman, who didnt want to give us her name, has managed four adult arcades over the last 10 years.I want the mayor and City Council to reverse the decision and let these people work through February 1, were only 67 days away from Christmas and these people live paycheck to paycheck. She and other arcade owners said theyre willing to award merchandise prizes instead of cash prizes if the city would agree to allow the arcades to remain open.

JU students hold relief drive to help Bahamians recover after Dorian
10/19/2019 12:56pm

Northeast Florida is continuing to help Bahamians in need after Hurricane Dorian.Jacksonville University students and others held a relief drive Saturday for those devastated by Dorian. They are collecting water, diapers, canned goods and other necessities to send over to the hardest-hit areas.My family was directly hit, JU student Shalonda Neeli said. My house and everything was destroyed. My family in Marsh Harbour lost everything. It was definitely personal on that level.Neeli is from Freeport, which is one of the hardest-hit areas from Dorian.For the most part, theyre OK. They still have no jobs, being that everyone is trying to rebuild. Its just they are struggling, but still smiling, Neeli said.Neeli, along with the Red Cross, the Caribbean Student Association and the International Student Organization, are all working together to help any way they can.Theres still a lot that needs to be done there, and we want to let them know that we havent forgotten and were still sending them support, Kai Barber, a Caribbean organization member, said.JU relief efforts began immediately after Hurricane Dorian hit. Neeli said JUs Marine Science Department is working with Osearch to send the collected items over on a boat to different churches in the Bahamas.The organizations are also collecting monetary donations. If you would like to help, visit their GoFundMe page.

Weekend events postponed due to inclement weather
10/18/2019 2:36pm

Several events planned for Saturday are being rescheduled due to the potential of severe weather across Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia. See a list of events that are being postponed below:Rain from tropical storm Nestor put a damper on the monthly farmers market at Nocatee Saturday. It was cancelled due to bad weather. It will not be rescheduled. The next Farmers Market will be held on Nov.16.Glynn Countys Trunk or Treat/ National Night Out event that had been set for Saturday is now set for Thursday, from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Public Safety Complex located at 157 Public Safety Blvd., Brunswick, Georgia 31525. Walk to End Alzheimers in Golden Isles that was set for Saturday has been rescheduled for Nov. 16 on St. Simons Island, Georgia. Registration is at 9 a.m., the ceremony starts at 10 a.m., and the walk will begin at 10:30 a.m.Up, Up and Away Hot Air Balloon Day at the Rock Ranch in Georgia that had been set for Saturday is being postponed for a week and the entire destination is closing completely for the day due to expected tropical storm conditions. Managers of the Rock Ranch say the hot air balloon event will be held next Saturday and be combined to a not-so-spooky Halloween program. Although the business will close this Saturday, it plans to be open Sunday from 1 until 7 p.m.The John J. Rhoden Foundation has postponed its 5K set for this Saturday to raise awareness about domestic violence against men. The 5K will now be held on Nov.16. It will take place from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Douglas C. Crane Park near the boat ramp, 1000 Shore Drive, St. Augustine.Due to the tropical storm, the Down Syndrome Association of Jacksonville decided to move the Buddy Walk to this Sunday.Turtles Nest Early Learning Center and Reggie Gaffneys fall festival has been canceled. It was scheduled for Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. There will be a winter festival and grand opening in January.Due to inclement weather, Making Strides Jax has canceled this Saturdays event.Due to the tropical storm winds, regular river taxi service on the St. Johns River will be postponed at least until 5 p.m. on Saturday. Check here for daily updates and weather notices.

Special session begins Monday to decide fate of sheriff
10/19/2019 9:50am

Florida senators will start a special session Monday to decide the fate of suspended Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel.Gov. Ron DeSantis made Israels ouster one of his first priorities after taking office in January, accusing the embattled law- enforcement veteran of incompetence and neglect of duty for deaths resulting from mass shootings at Parklands Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in 2018 and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport the previous year.The Senate, which has the authority to reinstate or remove elected officials, will convene the special session Monday morning. The Senate Rules Committee then will meet at 10:30 a.m., to consider the recommendations of Special Master Dudley Goodlette, a former Republican legislator appointed by Senate President Bill Galvano to preside over Israels appeal of the suspension.In a stunning blow to DeSantis last month, Goodlette found the Republican governor failed to make the case for Israels suspension and recommended the Senate reinstate the Broward County Democrat.The Rules Committee will hear from lawyers representing Israel and DeSantis, as well as from members of the public, on Monday.Parkland victims families fiercely oppose giving Israel his old job back, a message the still-grieving parents are certain to deliver in stark terms to the bipartisan committee and to the full Senate, which will meet later in the week to cast the decisive votes on Israels fate.Without question, the Senate committee meeting and floor sessions will be emotionally charged.Goodlette received a death threat after his report was released in late September, Galvano spokeswoman Katie Betta confirmed. Galvano directed the Senate sergeant to alert the Florida Department of Law Enforcement about the threat, which the Senate president considered very serious, Betta said.The Senate is coordinating with Capitol Police to ensure the safety of all visitors, staff and senators attending meetings related to the special session. President Galvano has requested that enhanced security precautions and protocols, which are confidential, be in place for the proceedings, she said in an email.

Car catches fire in Neptune Beach
10/19/2019 3:32am

The Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department responded to car fire on 3rd Street North and Seagate Avenue near Fletcher Middle School in Neptune Beach early Saturday morning.Neptune Beach Police confirmed that no one was injured, and the vehicle was towed to allow JFRD to clear the scene.

WJXX-TV 25 - ABC and WTLV-TV 12 - NBC
WJXX-TV 25 - ABC and WTLV-TV 12 - NBC

1070 E Adams St
Jacksonville, FL 32202   Directions

(904) 354-1212


TROPICS: Post-Tropical Nestor makes landfall on St. Vincent Island, FL
10/19/2019 1:14pm

Strong gusty winds are still affecting the Gulf Coast of the eastern FL Panhandle. The rain has tapered off across the First Coast.

Why is Krystal closing restaurants in Jacksonville?
10/19/2019 10:50am

The hamburger chain recently closed two stores in Jacksonville on St. Johns Bluff Road and San Jose Boulevard

Cardinal Ritter football season over, coaches fired, athletic director retiring after investigation
10/19/2019 8:56am

Cardinal Ritter President Tamiko Amistead announced the suspension in a Friday evening statement.

Navy Lieutenant, wife arrested in FBI, NCIS raid in San Jose area
10/19/2019 5:40am

The couple, Fan Yang and his wife, Yang Yang, were arrested on numerous charges.

First Coast Forecast: Windy with the sunshine gradually returning on Sunday
10/19/2019 1:23pm

Post-Tropical Nestor will help spread gusty winds across the First Coast through Saturday. Sunshine returns with calmer conditions on Sunday.

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