As an answer to the list of people who should run for Mayor, Stephen Dare presents a partial and wildly incomplete list of the annoying, alarming, and asinine people involved in local government that we wish would go away. No particular order, and selected for a wide variety of reasons. Robin Lumb, surprisingly did not make this list.
In light of the recent accusations from Shad Khan that the KYN accelerator was charging too much in overhead and not giving enough money to startups, a Metro Jacksonville contributor takes a look at and shares One Spark's 990 financial forms.
Major construction projects have returned to the landscape of Jacksonville's urban core. Find out where (and more) as we take a brief look at the status of various developments under construction in and around Downtown Jacksonville during the month of September.
When traveling on the forgotten side streets of Jacksonville's older neighborhoods, one can't help but have a bit of "factory nostalgia" due to the eerily quiet ruins of industrial sites that once buzzed with activity. Here's a story of the rise and fall of a slaughterhouse just north of Riverside and west of Brooklyn: Jones-Chambliss Meat Packers.
Sleiman Enterprises wants to redevelop the Jacksonville Landing. Most agree that something should be done. However, there's debate on what the final product should be, who should pay for it and how much public money should be invested in it. Here's a brief look at the rise and fall of the Landing and the variety of opinions facing its future.
Take a deep breath. The new scoreboards at Everbank Field are cool and no one is taking them down. But, maybe, we can talk about the money behind the scoreboards (and a little about the stadium) without anybody feeling threatened or vindicated.
Northeast Florida is home to several pedestrian scale districts. Some of the region's largest are located outside of the City of Jacksonville. Today, Metro Jacksonville takes a stroll down Fernandina Beach's historic Centre Street.