Business

Gregory Todaro / WJCT News

Small Business Saturday is gaining a lot of momentum here on the First Coast.

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The Florida Retail Federation is forecasting a holiday sales increase of three to three-and-a-half percent in the state, despite the ongoing recovery from Hurricane Irma. 


Wolfson Children's Hospital

An administrative law judge said that the Florida Department of Health should approve a proposal to open a pediatric trauma center at Wolfson Children's Hospital in Jacksonville.

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Jacksonville-based Web.com will build a new six story office building with parking for 1,200 at 5379 Gate Parkway on the Southside. 


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If you filled up the car over the weekend, you may have had a bit of sticker shock.

Cyd Hoskinson / WJCT News

When Jacksonville’s new IKEA Home Furnishings store opens Wednesday morning, Kim Nelms will have completed camping out front for nearly 24 hours.

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A large job fair is scheduled at Florida State College at Jacksonville’s Advanced Technology Center from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 31.

Bill Bortzfield / WJCT News

Jacksonville-based Stein Mart has let go 48 employees at its corporate headquarters on the Southbank.

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Oranges imported to Florida --- primarily from Brazil and Mexico --- are projected to surpass what is grown in the hurricane-damaged Sunshine State this season.

John Burr

You may notice a change the next time you visit a St. Vincent’s Healthcare facility in Jacksonville.

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