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Dawn Emerick Chosen as Groundwork Jacksonville Director

“Dawn Emerick has the vision, passion and commitment to lead the Groundwork Jacksonville to reach its goals,” said Mayor Brown. “Groundwork Jacksonville is a true public-private partnership. Nationally, Groundwork has a track record of results helping communities transform and restore neighborhoods...

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1980s Downtown Jacksonville

A glimpse of Downtown Jacksonville during the 1980s.

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Lost Jacksonville: Honeymoon/Campbell Hill

Today it's a major logistics hub for the state of Florida. During the late 19th century it was a rural community just west of downtown Jacksonville: Honeymoon.

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Public Art For Brooklyn Neighborhood

Artist David Nackashi commissioned to create public art in Brooklyn that lays foundation for developing a sense of place for emerging neighborhood by celebrating its cultural and historical context.

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A Sneak Peak Inside the new UF Health North

UF Health North, Jacksonville's latest major medical center, opens its doors this week. Here's a sneak peak inside the 210,000-square-foot state-of-the-art medical center.

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NEIGHBORHOOD: OLD ARLINGTON HISTORY REVEALED

From EU Jacksonville and written by Erin Thursby.

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Erasing the Past. What Sugar Hill Was.

In honor of Black History Month, Metro Jacksonville's Ennis Davis shares rare images and the story of Sugar Hill. Prior to being destroyed by desegregation, highway construction, medical center expansion, and urban renewal, Sugar Hill was the epicenter of black prosperity in Northeast Florida.

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Living in Springfield

From EU Jacksonville and written by Shannon Blankinship. Some of the best things about Springfield.

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Peterbrooke Chocolatier and the Story of Mixon Town

Peterbrooke Chocolatier recently announced plans to transform an abandoned bacon slicing plant into a new state-of-the-art chocolate factory. While this is big news, the most interesting part of the story is their decision to invest in the revitalization of Mixon Town. Here's the background story on...

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Another Historic Downtown Demolition In The Works?

The Downtown Investment Authority is considering making a portion of downtown a national historic district. Unfortunately, if one property owner has his way, a 105-year-old building will become a vacant lot despite possibly being one of the last vestiges of a turn-of-the-century downtown rooming house...

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