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.
Sept. 4 in Jacksonville is known as 904 Day, a day named after our area code (904, of course) that really makes you want to scream “DUUUVAL!”
Some animals at the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens will be getting their COVID-19 vaccinations soon.
As the Nation prepares to observe the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, a Jacksonville, Florida, native is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard a ship built using steel from the World Trade Center.
Northeast Florida is hosting several events to commemorate the 9/11 attacks and honor first responders.
Target is once again offering coupons for people who bring in old car seats to recycle.
The doors to 13th Floor are officially opening on Saturday, Sept. 11.
North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health System is offering a creative arts therapy program designed to give veterans new ways to deal with fear and anxiety through art and music.
Paula's Megaman Challange, a triathlon fundraiser benefitting the Huntington's Disease Society of America, challenged participants to take on swimming, paddle-boarding and running.
Affectionately known as the “Frog Man,” Donald Bowden is in the Positively Jax spotlight -- nominated for his support and going above and beyond for the Mandarin Museum & Historical Society.
Did you get the COVID-19 vaccine? If so, there’s a sweet treat waiting for you!
Family, friends, community members, and Jacksonville firefighters will lay to rest longtime Jacksonville Fire Rescue Department Lt. Mario Moya.
A Jacksonville city councilman shared his vision for the future of the city’s downtown riverfront during a town hall Wednesday night.
Bitty and Beau’s coffee shop is coming to Duval County and the shop is run by people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
A new opportunity is available for people down on their luck and out of a job.
It’s last call for a North Florida nightclub that has been serving the LGBTQ+ community for the past 28 years.
Spirit Halloween stores are officially open for visitors to shop for Halloween costumes, decorations, animatronics, games, accessories and more!
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Veterans, service members and families: What you are feeling watching Afghanistan fall to the enemy America fought for nearly 20 years is normal and there is help for you to get through it.
If you’ve been looking to make your family a little bit larger, you might be in luck.
News4Jax wants to hear from parents of students that are going to a new school in St. Johns County.