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Oldest One Room Schoolhouse in Duval County to be Saved

The Mandarin Museum and Historical Society is partnering with the Mandarin Community Club in an effort to save the oldest remaining one room schoolhouse in Duval County and relocate it to Walter Jones Historical Park in Mandarin. The schoolhouse was built in 1889 as part of a mission established by the...

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Video: NFL Claims Snow No Problem for Super Bowl

With freezing temperatures in New York, Sunday's Super Bowl could be an unmitigated disaster. However, according to the AP, the NFL doesn't think so.

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Top 10 Most Dangerous Jobs in the US

There was a consistent decline in unemployment rate last year, opening at 7.9% in January down to an all-time year low of 7% in November (December data is not yet out), according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. But the figure is still higher than when we started 2008 at 5% a few months before the...

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How We Really Feel About the Holidays

Now that Christmas and New Years have passed us by, Tada.com has released a survey that exposes how most of us really feel about the holiday season.

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Illegal Demolitions Exposing Residents To Asbestos?

Already under fire for illegally using federal funds to demolish homes, the City of Jacksonville's Municipal Code Compliance Division (MCCD) may be taking on more hot water. Now it appears that Code Compliance may have supervised the demolition of structures without properly removing asbestos and thus...

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Children in Prison: Chat With Hank Coxe and Gray Thomas

Interview with Hank Coxe and Gray Thomas on the sad state of our juvenile detention systems.

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Interview with Ben Warner, Executive Director of JCCI

Watch Arash Kamiar's conversation with Ben Warner, Executive Director of JCCI.

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The Top 10 Events of Jacksonville in 2013

Some of the important events of 2013. Presented in alphabetical order.

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What Should Be Done With Downtown Jacksonville?

If you could change one thing about Downtown Jacksonville, what would it be? The Downtown Investment Authority is formulating a long-term, Business Investment and Development (BID) Strategy for downtown and there's three days left to provide your input. Has your opinion been heard?

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Interview With Ambassador Nancy Soderberg

Stephen Dare and Arash Kamiar sat down to speak with Former Ambassador Nancy Soderberg about the use of lethal drones by the military, the future of the Port of Jacksonville, Foreign Policy for cities and her work with the New Global Compact. Check out the full interview this weekend on MetroJacksonville!

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