Jacksonville mayor's office says approve pension deal or face big cuts to the libraries and other services
May 8 Mail: More Discipline Ideas Wednesday, May 8
In reading the excellent Backpage Editorial ["Focus on What We Can Control," April 17] on regaining discipline in education, I saw that two other consequences should be added to Chris Guerrieri's ideas. 1. If the parent or guardian does not …
Paying for the Past Wednesday, May 8
Should the city of Jacksonville continue to waive the principal on these Downtown residential properties?
May 1 Mail: Happy One Spark Venue Wednesday, May 1
This is just a BIG HUGE TREMENDOUS thank you to Elton Rivas, Vince Cavin, Abel Harding and the entire One Spark gang for not taking NO for an answer and producing one of the best festivals this town …
Bouquets to Aqua Grill Owner Cary Hart Wednesday, May 1
Bouquets to Aqua Grill owner Cary Hart for raising $12,000 for the Child Cancer Fund during the 25th anniversary of his restaurant. Some 500 people braved bad weather for the event held April 14 …
Brickbats to Clay County School Superintendent Charlie Van Zant Jr. and the Clay County School Board Wednesday, May 1
Brickbats to Clay County School Superintendent Charlie Van Zant Jr. and the Clay County School Board for their continuing squabbles. The latest chapter of this ongoing sniping resulted …
Bouquets to Greta Hall and the other members of the St. Johns County Fire Rescue for its program to teach each of the 3,000 graduating seniors in the St. Johns County schools how to …
Is Public Education a Right? Wednesday, May 1
And can a judge take it away from a student?
April 24 Mail: Hate Is Unchristian Wednesday, April 24
I just read the letter from Luke Frederick in the April 17 issue [“Opposed to ‘LGBT Lifestyle’“]. I find several things about these comments interesting. Frederick’s criticism of Folio Weekly for seemingly supporting LGBT rights seems a …
A Sparkling Success Wednesday, April 24
A few favorite projects and suggestions for next year
Brickbats to Jacksonville Port Authority Wednesday, April 24
Brickbats to Jacksonville Port Authority for its method selecting a new CEO to run the city’s ports. Board members voted unanimously on April 22 to begin negotiations with Juan Kuryla, …
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Should the Jacksonville City Council reintroduce an amendment to the human rights ordinance?
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