Soaring prices force families to turn to food banks as inflation also hurting food pantries
Families are not the only ones struggling with inflation rates soaring. According to Feeding America, food banks across the country are buying nearly as much food as they did last year, but are paying 40% more for that food.
‘It’s definitely worth it’: 4 wives share challenges, rewards of military spouse life
These are the stories of four military spouses who take this job very seriously. They are also teachers, coaches, counselors, veterans, and their biggest jobs military wives and moms. Their husbands have been deployed, at some point, leaving them behind at times that are never convenient.
Shopability Saturday highlights area businesses that employee those with Intellectual and Developmental Differences
Maple Street Biscuit Company is one of 150 IDD inclusive businesses across Jacksonville participating in Shopability Saturday, which allows customers to shop and dine at the inclusive businesses, which can be found on an interactive map at https://connectablejax.com/shopability/.
Jacksonville finalist on ‘The Voice’ to perform on Ortega River for tiny dock series
Fans of singing competition shows might remember local fan-favorite Paris Winningham's recent all-star performance on NBC's The Voice. Winningham, a Jacksonville resident and Navy veteran, finished third on the show in Season 21.