The gas giveaway will be held on Saturday, Oct. 16 at 10 a.m. at the Gate Gas Station located on 640 Stockton Street.
At least 16 million kids struggle with hunger each year in the U.S. -- that's one in five children. Locally, the Kids Hope Alliance is working to change that in Jacksonville.
Kids Free November is a special month-long promotion that offers free admission and other discounted activities for children at local museums and attractions.
It's "Kids Free November" at the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens!
Hundreds of supporters showed up in cars old and new Saturday to take part in a car cruise organized by Callahan Cruisers to honor fallen Nassau County Deputy Joshua Moyers.
The Gamma Rho Omega Chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated put this event together.
Vietnam veterans, current and former servicemen and women along with their families, are asked to gather at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena on Sunday, Nov. 14, to thank the men who served during the Vietnam War.
Lowe’s announced the dates for its “Hal-LOWE-en Trick-or-Treat Tryouts” event from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. on Oct. 21.
The Jacksonville Historical Society is documenting the history of Hispanic communities across the River City.
Plans to blow up the Berkman II were set for Sunday, Oct.16, but that is now delayed. It may not happen until next month or even December.
Vendors started setting up early Wednesday, and patrons showed up well before dark, anxious to get back to enjoying Art Walk outdoors after it went virtual 18 months ago due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A Jacksonville Southbank restaurant is permanently closing its doors on Saturday, Oct. 16, after 47 years.
October kicks off Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and on Saturday, The Donna Foundation had its 15th running of its annual 5K race.
It's officially Fall, and the pumpkin patches are open!
The burger joint announced the abrupt closure on Facebook.
The City of Jacksonville began setting up recycling drop-off sites around Duval County on Thursday.
The 2021 Greater Jacksonville Agricultural Fair is back!
The CW-17 (WCWJ) is the Media Sponsor for the 2021 River City Pride Parade.
Wreaths Across America Jacksonville needs help paying tribute to local veterans and service members this holiday season. With
Kaitlyn Ludlam is a student advocate passionate about making a Positively Jax difference in the lives of others.
A recent study shows that certain tunes can make your workout more effective.
The event will be held at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront with an in-person audience and will be streamed live for virtual ticket holders.
The Jacksonville Jazz Festival returns September 29 and October 1 – 3 and will feature a beautiful fireworks display.
The Jumbo Shrimp have opened a number of exclusive climate-controlled suites with indoor seating and outdoor balcony seats.
Britney Garibay is using art to make a difference.
Timucuan Parks Foundation will be leading two cleanups on Saturday for the 2021 Florida Coastal Cleanup, part of the Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup.
Tickets go on sale to the general public on Sept. 21.
“It’s extremely disappointing,” Vonzel Hudson, a Jaguars fan, said. “Heartbreaking. Especially when you know you have the number one draft and he’s supposed to put up big numbers.”
The about me section for the attraction states: We will not be responsible for: crying kids, nightmares, pants wetting, etc.
Special agents and staff at the FBI Jacksonville office took part in a somber ceremony to recognize the 20th anniversary of the attacks on September 11, 2001.
A community memorial service was hosted in Jacksonville Friday for Dr. Leon Haley Jr., the CEO UF Health Jacksonville who died in a WaveRunner accident in South Florida in July.
Animal Care & Protective Services rescued and removed 74 cats from a home in Mandarin on Wednesday.
St. Augustine's history is traced to 1565.
The lineup of eight speakers announced Wednesday will deliver live talks on topics ranging from medical research partnerships and mental health to confronting domestic violence and prejudice, philanthropy and the arts.
The free adoption event lasts until the end of the day on Sunday, September 5.