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  1. How Curry will lead push for 'One City, One Jacksonville'Read the original story

    6 hrs ago | Financial News & Daily Record

    It was a symbolic, prevalent theme throughout the pomp and circumstance Wednesday, but it wasn't meant as just an optimistic phrase. It's a goal.

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  2. Asbury buys Mike Davidson Ford, renames it Coggin FordRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Financial News & Daily Record

    Asbury Automotive Group Inc. added another Jacksonville dealership this week when it bought Mike Davidson Ford in Arlington. It renamed it Coggin Ford to reflect its automotive brand in Florida.

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  3. Hillwood 'in the black' at AllianceFloridaRead the original story

    Yesterday | Financial News & Daily Record

    Developer Hillwood Investment Properties reports the February sale of the GE Oil & Gas plant property marked a milestone at AllianceFlorida at Cecil Commerce Center. Hillwood's first-quarter report to the city, released Monday, said the monetization of the building put AllianceFlorida 'into the black' from a profit-and-loss standpoint and allowed it to deliver an additional-consideration check of about $1.5 million to the city.

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  4. Workspace: Fabrizio 'Sugar' FavreRead the original story

    Yesterday | Financial News & Daily Record

    An outdoorsman who readily embraced danger, Favre was zooming along a curvy mountainside highway in northern Italy, his home country. He went straight, but the road didn't.

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  5. City Notes: City offices, facilities closed Friday for July 4thRead the original story

    Yesterday | Financial News & Daily Record

    Most city government offices and facilities will be closed Friday in observance of the Independence Day holiday on Saturday. Closures include: Additionally, residential garbage, yard waste and recycling will be collected as usual Friday, but appliances will not be collected.

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  6. Curry transition subcommittee discusses incentives to bring in lower-paying jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Financial News & Daily Record

    Mayor-elect Lenny Curry might be asked to welcome more lower- and midwage jobs to town with the help of city assistance. 'There is an unemployed and underemployed group that going from an $8 job to $12-$15 is a healthy step up,' said former Mayor John Delaney, chair of Curry's Economic Development Transition Subcommittee, after a Monday meeting.

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  7. Kerri Stewart named chief of staff for Mayor-elect Lenny Curry; Lee, Gaffney added to mayoral teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Mayor-elect Lenny Curry will rely on a City Hall veteran to be his chief of staff, while tapping into two recent City Council members to head other roles in his administration. Kerri Stewart returns from the private sector to be Curry's chief of staff.

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  8. 50 years ago: Police confiscate illegal 'cracker ball' fireworksRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Financial News & Daily Record

    In anticipation of the Independence Day holiday, detectives fanned out across Duval County and seized hundreds of packages of illegal fireworks from several stores. The dragnet was implemented after a 2-year-old Jacksonville girl suffered severe burns and cuts in her mouth when she bit into one of the balls - apparently thinking it was candy - and it exploded.

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  9. MOCA Jacksonville drawing up plans for extensive rebranding effortRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | Financial News & Daily Record

    On the surface, it might look like a quiet, business-as-usual summer at the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville. Visitors strolling through the galleries, experiencing two exhibitions of photography and works from permanent collection, Angela Glajcar's paper sculpture is hanging in the Haskell Atrium Gallery in the lobby and classrooms full of children are upstairs for art camp.

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  10. Coral Springs company buys warehouse, says more possibleRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | Financial News & Daily Record

    A Coral Springs real estate investment group made its first Jacksonville warehouse acquisition Wednesday, but it probably won't be the last. The company, in its fifth generation, buys and manages industrial and commercial properties in New York and in South and Central Florida.

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  11. Mike Weinstein to lead Lenny Curry's finance department; Shelton,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Financial News & Daily Record

    A week from taking office, Mayor-elect Lenny Curry announced Wednesday who will help him dig into city finances that many have labeled as being in disarray. Mike Weinstein, the chief financial officer for former Mayors Ed Austin and John Delaney, will come back to City Hall as Curry's Finance Department director.

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  12. Baymeadows brewery almost on tapRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Financial News & Daily Record

    'We are finally getting close to making Wicked Barley a physical reality after two years of planning and hard work,' said Tobin Turney, a partner in the brewery. The application shows a job cost of $1.65 million for the 7,260-square-foot building on 2.33 acres.

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  13. City notes: Leadership Jacksonville names new board membersRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Leadership Jacksonville has announced its new officers and members of the 2015-16 board of directors that will led by Chuck Hedrick, Foley & Lardner partner. In addition to Hedrick, the other officers are Karen Mayfield, SunTrust Bank North Florida client adviser and senior vice president; Clark Robertson, CSX Transportation Inc. assistant vice president; as secretary and treasurer; and Deborah Moore, EverBank senior vice president and marketing director, as immediate past president.

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  14. International production crew shooting Bollywood film in Jacksonville for 12 daysRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Financial News & Daily Record

    With an international cast and crew in the midst of 12 days of filming, another title is being added to the list of feature films created, at least in part, in Jacksonville. Director Dhwani Gautam is filming scenes at several locations for 'Romance Complicated.'

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  15. 50 years ago: Union protest shuts down Jacksonville's portRead the original story

    Monday Jun 22 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Jacksonville Port Authority and Auchter Co. officials were seeking a court injunction against pickets who were protesting the use of non-union labor by Diamond Construction Co.

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  16. Gatlin Development's website confirms Jacksonville headquartersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Gatlin Development Co. Inc., a real estate investment company that had been based in Fort Lauderdale, now lists its headquarters address as Riverplace Tower on the Downtown Southbank.

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  17. Gatlin's website confirms Jacksonville headquartersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Gatlin Development Co. Inc., a real estate investment company that had been based in Fort Lauderdale, now lists its headquarters address as Riverplace Tower on the Downtown Southbank.

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  18. 'Top Chef' winner Kevin Sbraga's restaurant to open in fall at 220 RiversideRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Brooklyn Commons, the new Jacksonville restaurant to be run by Philadelphia 'Top Chef' Kevin Sbraga, should open this fall at 220 Riverside. 'It will be a real asset to Jacksonville to have a signature chef come down and do a restaurant in Jacksonville,' said architect Jason Faulkner of Studio 9 Architecture.

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  19. University of North Florida, Community Excellence Alliance help nonprofits learn to do more with lessRead the original story

    Friday Jun 19 | Financial News & Daily Record

    It was 2011. The economy had not recovered from the recession. Providing food, shelter and hope for homeless people in Jacksonville was harder than ever.

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  20. Baptist Health completes $16M Southbank dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Baptist Health has completed a $16 million purchase of the duPont Center I and II office buildings on the Southbank. Baptist Health CFO Scott Wooten said previously the acquisition was a strategic investment because of the buildings' proximity to the Baptist Jacksonville campus at 800 Prudential Drive.

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