Duval County named its 2022 Teacher of the Year.
The Wounded Warrior Project "Carry Forward" 5K returned to Jacksonville Saturday morning. More than 2,000 runners signed up to participate in the event after it was postponed in November because of inclement weather.
Springfield is the most bike-able area in Jacksonville's urban core, according to walkscore.com. If you’re new to cycling or haven’t had a chance to explore much, you might not know about it.
The kindness of Jacksonville was on full display as over 15,000 pounds of food were donated on the Dr. Martin Luther Kind, Jr. Day of Service.
Local art leaders held adjudication for the 2022 Northeast Florida Scholastic Art Awards on Saturday, Jan. 8, during which they reviewed more than 2,600 student art entries in 16 visual art categories.
DA is holding the school’s first black-tie affair complete with a Jazz trio, catering, and beautiful ambiance on Jan. 20 and Jan 21.
Feeding Northeast Florida picked up thousands of items donated in the Positivley JAX food drive on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Dozens of volunteers picked up trash and recycling off the streets, as littering is a major problem in the neighborhood, organizers said.
Hundreds of people gathered Monday in downtown Jacksonville for the 41st annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade.
Help feed a local family by donating to the Positively JAX food drive, benefiting Feeding Northeast Florida.
A former Afghan combat interpreter who fought alongside American troops in his native Afghanistan has found a new home in Jacksonville Beach, along with his wife and new baby.
A warehouse in downtown Jacksonville will transform into a new street market this weekend. The organizer says he wanted to give the building a different purpose while giving new opportunities to the people who work there.
Lay’s Chips is giving Jaguars fans a chance to “taste” the home turf.
The Police Athletic League of Jacksonville wants to draw attention to the sport of boxing, while honoring a late member of the community who loved the sport.
Duval County Public Schools announce the graduation dates , times and venues for the Class of 2022.
JASMYN, Jacksonville’s LGBTQ+ Youth Center, broke ground Wednesday and announced its new construction project that will complete the organization’s campus.
The 2022 Jacksonville Image Awards will be postponed until the third quarter of the year due to a spike in COVID-19 cases in the city and state.
Four Fernandina Beach veterans are rowing 3,000 miles across the Atlantic to fight PTSD and veteran suicide.
A local comedy company is helping bring the art community together in Jacksonville by showcasing comedians, musicians, filmmakers and more -- while inspiring a new generation.
Voting is underway for the Jacksonville Image Awards.
Applications are open for Duval families who want to change where their child goes for the upcoming school year.
Baptist Health delivers its first baby of 2022 shortly after midnight.
News4Jax compiled a county-by-county breakdown of how trash service is affected by holidays.
2021 is coming to a close, and soon it’ll be time to ring in the new year.
The hot meals were distributed to clients at Sulzbacher’s East Adams Street and Springfield Boulevard locations.
A local family needs your help this holiday season. They’re raising money to train a seizure alert dog for their 8-year-old daughter, who has had over 2,000 seizures in her lifetime.
Starting Wednesday, if you get pulled over for a faulty light on your car while driving in Jacksonville, police will give you something other than a ticket.
Scott Geeser and Missy Harris work miracles that make a Positively Jax difference for children in Jacksonville through the Children’s Miracle Network.
Help reduce the amount of waste that ends up in landfills and recycle your Christmas tree with St. Johns County’s Christmas Tree-cycling Program!
Everything you need to know about the 2022 Jacksonville Image Awards.
The event was a great way to close out the year for Duval County kids who received presents donated by Extraordinary Men of Jacksonville and community members in our area.
An unprecedented 66 boats are registered to participate in The 2021 Palm Coast Holiday Boat Parade on December 18, 2021 at 6 p.m.