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  1. Hutson, Renner and Stevenson advance in legislative racesRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Financial News & Daily Record

    State Rep. Travis Hutson cruised Tuesday to an easy win in a special Republican primary for a Senate seat in Northeast Florida, setting him up for a likely general election win in April. Meanwhile, Republicans Paul Renner and Cyndi Stevenson won primaries for two House seats in the region.


  2. Nonprofit news: Saturday's annual marathon raises money for Wolfson Children's HospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Participants in last year's 'fun run,' part of the Ultra Marathon and Relay to benefit Wolfson Children's Hospital. Registration closes today for the event scheduled Saturday at EverBank Field.


  3. Elena Flats boarding house Downtown is latest in demolition vs. preservation debateRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 22 | Financial News & Daily Record

    A 107-year-old former boarding house near the heart of Downtown could be the next battle in the demolition vs. preservation debate. The Jacksonville Historic Preservation Commission could start it by determining whether to designate the Elena Flats building at 122 E. Duval St. a historic landmark.


  4. Nonprofit news: Girls make resolution to help animals, donate food and linens to pet charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Financial News & Daily Record

    This month, they saved their allowance to buy pet food and linens for First Coast No More Homeless Pets, a nonprofit whose mission is to end the killing of cats and dogs in Northeast Florida shelters. Patrick Davies, 47, became a first-time donor with The Blood Alliance after being a recipient of a lifesaving liver transplant and 42 pints of blood in August 2013 at Mayo Clinic Florida.


  5. Hutson adds $80,000 to coffers to replace Thrasher; Renner leads...Read the original story

    Tuesday Jan 13 | Financial News & Daily Record

    State Rep. Travis Hutson, R-Elkton, added $80,625 in campaign cash in December as he runs in a special election to replace former Sen. John Thrasher, a St. Augustine Republican who resigned in November to become president of Florida State University. A finance report filed Monday shows that Hutson contributed $50,000 of the $80,625.


  6. Lawyer snapshot: Bryan RendzioRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 12 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Field of practice: Business litigation, construction litigation and mediation services Professional organizations: The Florida Bar Association ; The Jacksonville Bar Association ; Northeast Florida Builders Association; St. Johns Builders Council; the Florida Academy of Professional Mediators; AV Preeminent rating by Martindale-Hubbell; and Florida Super Lawyers 'Rising Star' , 2010-present. Community involvement: Ponte Vedra Palm Valley Athletic Association youth baseball, Palms Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Builders Council, board of directors, 2013-present.


  7. Former Action News anchors partner in production companyRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 7 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Former Action News co-anchor Tera Williams, who was known on the air as Tera Barz, has expanded her company, Two Anchor Productions, to add Lynnsey Gardner Baker as partner. Gardner will help expand Two Anchor Productions from Jacksonville and Ponte Vedra into St. Augustine, where she and her husband, Bryan Baker, live and are opening a Maple Street Biscuit Co.


  8. $23M Mayport military-friendly senior center could be national modelRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2014 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Developers Wayne McCall and David Kirkland plan to build the $23 million, 119-unit Anthem Lakes in the Mayport area, envisioned as a potential national model for veteran-friendly senior living. Kirkland, retired president of St. Louis-based Allegro Senior Living, said Anthem Lakes is not limited to veterans, but is positioned to serve retired or returning military.


  9. 10 qualify for state Senate, House racesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2014 | Financial News & Daily Record

    With a deadline at noon Tuesday to get on the ballot, 10 candidates qualified Monday for a special Senate election and two special House elections in Northeast Florida. The special elections stem from former Sen. John Thrasher, R-St.


  10. GreenPointe resurrects plan for Six Mile Creek communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2014 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Plans have been revived for a community of 614 single family homes near Six Mile Creek, about 10 miles west of St. Augustine. GreenPointe Communities, the development division of Jacksonville's GreenPointe Holdings LLC, is preparing to build lots for a 622-acre master-planned community, to be called Whisper Creek.


  11. Three poised to run for Renuart's House seat if he pursues Thrasher's spotRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2014 | Financial News & Daily Record

    With a possible eye on a special election, three St. Johns County Republicans have opened campaign accounts to try to succeed Rep. Ronald 'Doc' Renuart, R-Ponte Vedra Beach, in House District 17, according to the state Division of Elections website. Renuart easily won another term Tuesday, but he plans to run in a special election for a Senate seat if, as expected, Sen. John Thrasher, R-St.


  12. State lawmakers sail to victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 5, 2014 | Financial News & Daily Record

    State Sen. John Thrasher handily won re-election to a job he'll likely resign from in a few days. Thrasher, a St. Augustine Republican, defeated Democrat Kathleen Trued and Greg Feldman, a no-party candidate, to win another term in his Senate District 6 race.


  13. Finally, a home and a familyRead the original story

    Nov 3, 2014 | Financial News & Daily Record

    The only permanency was her younger sister, Sierra. The two were never separated as they bounced from home to home in the foster care system.


  14. Durbin Crossing developer tapped to lead revival of RiverTownRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2014 | Financial News & Daily Record

    The developer who built top-selling Durbin Crossing has been named to lead RiverTown, a master-planned community on the St. Johns River that struggled to gain a foothold during the recession. Jason Sessions was hired this week to be general manager of RiverTown for Canadian developer Mattamy Homes.


  15. Florida State University trustees OK five-year deal for John ThrasherRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2014 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Moving one step closer to Sen. John Thrasher becoming the school's president, Florida State University trustees on Monday unanimously approved a proposed five-year contract with a base value of as much as $2.15 million. Thrasher said last week he was 'good' with the proposed deal.


  16. Thrasher: 'I'm good' with FSU five-year contract offer, which pays $430,000 annuallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2014 | Financial News & Daily Record

    State Sen. John Thrasher, who is up for re-election in three weeks, could move into the President's House at Florida State University less than a week after the ballots are counted. A draft of a proposed $430,000-a-year, five-year contract released Tuesday has the St. Augustine Republican taking over as the university's new president Nov. 10. The state university system's Board of Governors is expected to sign off on Thrasher's appointment during meetings Nov. 5 and Nov. 6 at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton.


  17. Workspace: Bishop Est vez joyfully answered the call and the callingRead the original story

    Oct 15, 2014 | Financial News & Daily Record

    When Bishop Felipe J. Estevez was growing up in Cuba, he thought he would pursue a career as an engineer and get married. Those plans led Estevez to be named in 2011 to lead the Diocese of St. Augustine and its 171,000 registered Catholics.


  18. Panera Bread hub to focus on cateringRead the original story

    Oct 6, 2014 | Financial News & Daily Record

    The St. Louis-based chain is creating catering hubs will cover two to five cafes so the individual restaurants can focus on the retail business and not be sidetracked by catering orders. CEO Ron Shaich offered a seven-step plan to fix issues related to keeping up with demand, reported a year ago.


  19. Jaxsons Night Market moving to Hemming PlazaRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2014 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Effective Oct. 16, Jaxsons Night Market, a monthly open-air gathering of local farmers, street food vendors and artisans, will move from the vacant lot at the intersection of Adams and Laura streets to Hemming Plaza with the credit union as its presenting sponsor. 'Jaxsons Night Market is providing a wonderful outlet for creativity, collaboration and entrepreneurship,' said Community First CEO and President John Hirabayashi in a news release.


  20. Community First Saturday sponsors end three-year commitment to Downtown a year earlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2014 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Community First Saturday was set up along the Northbank Riverwalk and in the Hogan Street cul-de-sac in 2013 before moving last year to the JAX Chamber parking lot along East Bay Street. Wally Lee, who was president of JAX Chamber at the time, said the event would support one of the key components of Downtown development identified by the chamber: Bringing more festivals and events to the urban core.


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