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Civil War Memorials of the First Coast: Part 2

Memorials and monuments commemorating the Civil War on the First Coast go far beyond Jacksonville. St. Augustine, Palatka, Olustee, Fernandina Beach, and other communities all have memorials of their own. These include graves, historic sites preserving battlefields and significant structures, place names...

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Beer, Wine and Liquor Coming To Cinemark Tinseltown?

Popular Southside Megaplex submitted a zoning request that may make the movie-going experience or adults a little more enjoyable.

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Another Project in Brooklyn Breaks Ground

Brooklyn's latest infill development project is now under construction. Here's a look at the latest project coming to this popular urban core district.

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Catullo's Italian Food Truck Opening Brick And Mortar

Catullo's Italian Food Truck bringing authentic Italian flavor to Intracoastal West area when new brick and mortar location opens early next year.

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Images of the aftermath of Hurricane Irma

Although Hurricane Irma was in the process of transitioning into a tropical storm when its outer bands moved through Jacksonville, a confluence of weather patterns caused a Category 3-level storm surge, flooding many parts of the center city and other areas on the waterways. Here are a few images of...

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Wells Fargo Building Still Without Power

Hurricane Irma had a significant impact on downtown Jacksonville, and one of the largest building in the urban core still sits dark.

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6 Places Jacksonville Should Have Saved

It can be argued that Jacksonville is a city that has lost much of its historical identity over the years, due to untimely demolition of unique parts of its urban fabric. Here's six culturally significant downtown buildings that should have never been allowed to be demolished. Take a look and let us...

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Hightide Burrito Co Opening 2nd Location

Local entrepreneur opening 2nd location of popular eatery to boost dinner sales and serve booming Avondale and Ortega neighborhoods.

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Urban Construction Update - August 2017

Major construction projects have returned to the landscape of Jacksonville's urban core. Find out where (and more) as we take a brief look at the status of various developments under construction in and around Downtown Jacksonville during the month of August 2017.

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Who was Chopstick Charley?

Although it's Jacksonville's oldest Chinese restaurant the majority of Jaxons most likely believe it closed year's ago.

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