Mascot for hire business opens in Jacksonville

By Ryne Turke on August 28 at 9:07am


A Jacksonville man running a mascot for hire operation is reaching out to local businesses, organizations and event planners in the area. Jeff Miller started the one-man business six months Read More

A party 100 years in the making at Strawn gallery tomorrow

By Jim McCabe on August 28 at 9:05am


An annual lawn party and auction is an extra-special occasion this year for officials at the Strawn Art Gallery. “Celebrate 100” is the theme for this year’s party and auction, Read More

South Jax residents raise questions regarding payments to village water system

By Ryne Turke on August 27 at 8:39pm


A handful of concerned South Jacksonville residents showed up to a personnel and finance committee meeting in the village on Thursday. The majority of the meeting consisted of comments from Read More

Accident in Jacksonville sends one to hospital

By Ryne Turke on August 27 at 4:23pm


A three vehicle accident in Jacksonville this afternoon sent one person to the hospital. Limited details were available, but Jacksonville Police are reporting the accident took place in the 22-hundred Read More

New effort underway to put the brakes on large truck traffic in downtown Jax

By Jim McCabe on August 27 at 1:01pm


Mayor Andy Ezard asked aldermen for direction during Monday’s City Council meeting but said he doesn’t want to place a permanent police presence downtown to fix the problem because he Read More