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Stephen Dare: Why I am Voting for Alvin Brown

Stephen Dare lays out his case for re electing Alvin Brown

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8 Unique Products Produced in Jacksonville

Jacksonville's manufacturing scene is a Florida anomaly. Jacksonville is home to several manufacturers making products that one would not expect to find in Florida. Here's a few.

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10 Photos Of Jax That Might Just Steal Your Heart

These photographs of Jacksonville might just steal your heart.

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Neighborhood Fights FDOT and Wins

Riverside's battle for a more thoughtful Fuller Warren Bridge design isn't the first time a neighborhood has clashed with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). During the early 1990s, Tampa's Seminole Heights took on the FDOT and won. Here's a look at the results, 20 years later.

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Robert Montgomery: Bill Bishop the Unlikely Liberal

An unlikely political alliance has formed in the race for Mayor of Jacksonville. Check out our House Progressive Editorialists take on Bishop after the jump!

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The Different Faces of the Jacksonville Shipyards

For over 140 years, East Bay Street was home to one of the largest shipbuilding operations on the east coast. Since 1992, this site has become known as a field where revitalization dreams come to die a bitter death. Here's a brief look at the site's past, present and possible future.

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1980s Downtown Jacksonville

A glimpse of Downtown Jacksonville during the 1980s.

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1915 - 2015: 100 Years of FDOT

Florida is known for having one of the best highway networks in the country. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the agency responsible for most of it. Here is a brief look at a century of milestones achieved by the Florida Department of Transportation. Happy birthday, FDOT!

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Nation's Largest Mall Proposed

Whoever said the era of the enclosed shopping mall was over may need to reevaluate their opinion. Triple Five, the Canadian company that opened the Mall of America in 1992, has announced their intention to build a larger center in Florida.

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The Last Days of LaVilla

Sometimes the grass isn't greener on the other side of the fence. 21st century LaVilla is known as a section of downtown that's characterized by blighted surface parking lots and failed dreams of urban renewal. Before it's wholesale demolition in the early 1990s, it was one of the densest neighborhoods in the city. Today, Metro Jacksonville…

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Dredging Jaxport? 9 Points You Should Consider

As the debate over port deepening continues Professor David Jaffee, Ph.D, offers 9 points for Jacksonville taxpayers to consider before supporting this billion dollar initiative for Jaxport.

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