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ADVICE WORTH FIGHTIN' FOR Wednesday, June 8
How to run for office … and maybe not beat yourself
THE CITY, SHE WEEPS Wednesday, June 8
Local civil rights attorney decries the long, treacherous road to justice
BRICKBATS & BOUQUETS Wednesday, June 8
BOUQUETS TO THE ST. JOHNS RIVERKEEPER Last week, the Riverkeeper and three other citizens’ groups filed suit to stop state officials from circumventing voters by misappropriating funds …
THE COLOR of JUSTICE Wednesday, June 1
We don’t live in a post-racism society — not even close
WINNING UGLY Wednesday, June 1
What John Crescimbeni’s return to City Council leadership means
UNITED in SPRINGFIELD Wednesday, June 1
A neighborhood resident reflects on reactions to the police shooting of Vernell Bing Jr.
BRICKBATS & BOUQUETS Wednesday, June 1
BOUQUETS TO SREENIKETH VOGOTI On May 26, Vogoti, a student at Fruit Cove Middle School, competed in the Scripps National Spelling Bee, where he made it into the top 10 before missing …
A DIFFICULT TRANSITION Wednesday, May 25
After 14 years of honorable military service, Nicole Gray found herself homeless, denied the same services available to men
A CLASSIC BLUNDER Wednesday, May 25
Never get involved in a land war in Southeast Asia
BRICKBATS & BOUQUETS Wednesday, May 25
BRICKBATS TO CHARLIE VAN ZANT JR. On May 16, Van Zant, Clay County School District Superintendent, proclaimed that the school system would not comply with the president’s directive requiring …