Career Track: Changes and promotions in First Coast businesses – Florida Times-Union

Career Track: Changes and promotions in First Coast businessesFlorida Times-UnionThe Mayo Clinic Board of Trustees has named Gianrico Farrugia vice president and chief executive officer of the clinic’s campus in Jacksonville. He succeeds William Rupp who will retire from Mayo Clinic at the end of 2014. Farrugia has been with Mayo … Read more…

Career Track: First Coast professionals on the move – Florida Times-Union

Florida Times-Union Career Track: First Coast professionals on the moveFlorida Times-UnionThe Jacksonville Chapter of the Florida Association of Mortgage Professionals installed its new board of directors: Howard Dyal, president; Lisa O’Connor, president-elect; Eddie Hilliard, vice president; Sherry Gallitz, treasurer; and Julie Payton …and more » Read more…

Career Track: Who's on the move on the First Coast – Florida Times-Union

Career Track: Who’s on the move on the First CoastFlorida Times-UnionCareer Track: Who’s on the move on the First Coast. Mon, Sep 8, 2014 @ 4:12 pm. Peter Gladstone has joined the Jacksonville Symphony Association as vice president of marketing. He was former vice president Crosby Marketing in Annapolis, Md. Read more…

Justin Barney's Week 3 high school football picks: Sandalwood, Providence … – Florida Times-Union (blog)

Justin Barney’s Week 3 high school football picks: Sandalwood, Providence …Florida Times-Union (blog)High school football season is back, and with it, my weekly predictions blog. I’ll pick 20 games each week of the regular season and then every game throughout the playoffs. The picks will be available on Jacksonville.com each Wednesday and Thursday, … Read more…

Career Track: Who's on the move in First Coast business – Florida Times-Union

Career Track: Who’s on the move in First Coast businessFlorida Times-UnionGreenPointe Homes of Jacksonville hired Gaynelle James as marketing director. James is responsible for developing and producing marketing initiatives across multiple platforms. She oversees all communications, public relations and promotional …and more » Read more…

Wake Forest Football Recruiting: WR Charles Wade Commits to Wake Forest – Blogger So Dear (blog)

Wake Forest Football Recruiting: WR Charles Wade Commits to Wake ForestBlogger So Dear (blog)Wake Forest has received a verbal commitment from 2015 wide receiver Charles Wade out of Jacksonville, Florida. He attends Bishop Kenny High School, and was a high school teammate of current Wake Forest quarterback John Wolford. He committed to … Read more…

Recruiting: UM keeping an eye on committed recruits – Detroit Free Press

Detroit Free Press Recruiting: UM keeping an eye on committed recruitsDetroit Free PressA pair of North Carolina pledges from Jacksonville, Fla. are both planning to hit campus Oct. 11 along with Tate. First Coast four-star offensive lineman William Sweet and three-star Ed White High School three-star corner Javarius Davis would like to … Read more…

Youth worker, babysitter arrested on child porn charges – First Coast News

Youth worker, babysitter arrested on child porn chargesFirst Coast NewsJACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A Yulee man who worked as an after-school counselor and a babysitter has been charged with distributing child pornography, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. If convicted, Nicholas Mitko Clark, 21, faces a minimum of five …and more » Read more…

Roundup: West Port tops Eastside – Ocala

Roundup: West Port tops EastsideOcala… who visit Jacksonville Mandarin on Thursday for a doubleheader against the Mustangs and Jacksonville First Coast. CORNERSTONE DEF. OCA 10-25, 25-13, 25-17, 19-25, 15-5: At Ocala, Rush-Fharra Tolbert (18 service points, four aces), Sara Seidel (12 …and more » Read more…

Investigation finds Fla. trauma centers may be costing children's lives – First Coast News

First Coast News Investigation finds Fla. trauma centers may be costing children’s livesFirst Coast NewsIt was April 24, 2012, a beautiful spring day in the Westside community in suburban Jacksonville. Coleman’s 9-year-old son Justin Davis had just finished taking end of grade tests at Jacksonville Heights Elementary Schools that afternoon and wanted to …and more » […]