Signing day 2015: Non-football signings from around the First Coast – Florida Times-Union

Signing day 2015: Non-football signings from around the First CoastFlorida Times-UnionAtlantic Coast: Brittany Bowald, track and field, Jacksonville University; Mecca Cobbin, soccer, Troy University; Lindsey Devitt, softball, South Florida; Natasha Enrique, soccer, Maryville College; Zach Greene, baseball, South Georgia State College …and more » Read more…

Record breaking debut for Jacksonville Armada – First Coast News

First Coast News Record breaking debut for Jacksonville ArmadaFirst Coast NewsAndrew Abouhalkah plays for a youth team, the Jacksonville Football Club. He and several of his teammates were there for the game. ” It is amazing we can support a local team, usually we see teams that are we are not behind entirely, but this […]

First Coast's First Pro Football Team: Jacksonville Bulls – First Coast News

First Coast News First Coast’s First Pro Football Team: Jacksonville BullsFirst Coast NewsJACKSONVILLE — Northeast Florida’s professional football dreams were nearly fumbled 30 years ago after a lawsuit, $3 and Donald Trump threatened to sack them. The United States Football League’s (USFL) Jacksonville Bulls played in the old Gator Bowl … Read more…

Career Track: Follow first coast professionals on the move. – Florida Times-Union

Career Track: Follow first coast professionals on the move.Florida Times-UnionChamberlain College of Nursing appointed Beverly Bonaparte as president of its Jacksonville campus. Bonaparte will oversee curriculum implementation, delivery of student services, growth and development of regional clinical partnerships and management … Read more…

Lost on the line: Can 911 find you? – First Coast News

First Coast News Lost on the line: Can 911 find you?First Coast NewsJACKSONVILLE — On the First Coast and in other cities across the nation, we’ve uncovered a problem with the number you trust to keep your safe. In some cases, when you call 911 from your cell phone, operators are not initially seeing your […]

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-UnionJacksonville developer Philip B. Phillips was selected to receive the NAIOP of Northeast Florida commercial real estate trade association’s Lifetime Achievement Award and former Jacksonville economic development chief Robert Olson was selected to … Read more…

City releases proposal for Jax Shipyards – First Coast News

First Coast News City releases proposal for Jax ShipyardsFirst Coast NewsJACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The City of Jacksonville released Monday its official proposal for the redevelopment of the Jacksonville Shipyards. Plans include more than 600 residences, a hotel with more than 300 rooms, a private marina and a football-themed … Read more…

Shipyards project: more time needed to evaluate – First Coast News

First Coast News Shipyards project: more time needed to evaluateFirst Coast NewsThe development along Bay Street on city property was the location of shipyards that closed operations in 1992. Two proposed developments on the property never got off the ground with the city on the hook for million to promote those projects. “There …and more » […]

Mark Ivy fighting to save our youth – First Coast News

First Coast News Mark Ivy fighting to save our youthFirst Coast NewsJACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Former Andrew Jackson High School alum Mark Ivy has returned home to Jacksonville to help the youth in our community. Ivy, who is the Executive Director of First Coast Basketball Academy gave up a corporate job to coach kids in … Read […]

First Coast area communities trying to combat blight – Florida Times-Union

Florida Times-Union First Coast area communities trying to combat blightFlorida Times-UnionIt’s the first step of a legislative bill passed at the end of January to address long-abandoned properties in neighborhoods. Under that legislation, homes that have been boarded up, have several unpaid code enforcement fines or demolition liens and … Read more…