How much do you remember about what happened in 2022?
Without question, 2022 will forever go down as a memorable one in the sports world with all that was achieved by athletes and teams around the world.
It was another phenomenal year of our local communities helping to make the Jacksonville area a better place to live.
After a very cold Christmas weekend, some huge changes are on the way to close out 2022.
River City Pride, in coordination with the City of Jacksonville, has rescheduled its Pride parade after the original October date was postponed due to Hurricane Ian.
Alexa, play “Graduation (Friends Forever) by Vitamin C!
Skygazers received a special treat last night during May’s “super flower blood moon.”
State School Superintendent Richard Woods announced Friday that 216 graduating seniors from across Georgia have been recognized as 2022 Georgia Scholars.
It’s time to get revved up!
It’s time to get loud! Monster Jam is in Jacksonville this weekend.
National Signing Day for the 2022 class has come and gone for the Gators and there are some interesting trends on Florida’s roster.
The full wolf moon is the first full moon of 2022 and is known as the January full moon.
David Waters reacts to the Gators’ 2002 football schedule headlined by a heavy start to the season at home.
Tickets go on sale to the general public on Sept. 21.
Since decommitting from Ohio State last week, 5 star CB Jaheim Singletary has opened up his recruitment and the Gators are in the mix.
Florida picks up their second commit today for the class of 2022 as wide receiver C.J. (Chandler) Smith commits to the Gators.
Gators pull one of the nation’s top linebackers from the state of Alabama.