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Cruisers Grill in Jacksonville Beach will soon be undergoing a $1.4 million renovation.

Our Friday Media Roundtable on First Coast Connect featured Florida Times-Union reporter Dan Scanlan, local talk show host Angela Spears, Jacksonville Daily Record reporter David Cawton and Florida Politics reporter A.G. Gancarski.

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Wounded Jax Beach Officer In 'Good Spririts' After Shootout; Suspect Jailed

Aug 9, 2018
News4Jax

A Jacksonville Beach police officer wounded late Wednesday in a shootout between officers and a gunman is in stable condition and the suspected shooter has been charged with attempted murder, Police Chief Pat Dooley said Thursday morning.

table spread with hot sauce
Kristen Penoyer for Gilbert's

The number of food halls in the U.S. is expected to triple within the next five years.

As The Jaxson Editor in Chief Ennis Davis said, the First Coast is just beginning to get a taste of this dining trend, with a “mini” food hall at Jacksonville Beach: Gilbert’s.

Lindsey Kilbride / WJCT News

Some young professionals said they’re leaving the Jacksonville Beach area because while they can afford rent, buying isn’t a feasible option. Oliver Shahbazian said that’s the case for him.

Fireworks over the St. Johns River
Jennifer Statlick

Just because July Fourth falls on a Wednesday this year doesn’t mean it has to be a less of a celebration. Several Northeast Florida cities and businesses are planning fireworks displays and parties to celebrate the nation’s 242nd Independence Day.

BRR/Shivam Properties II, LLC / Via Jacksonville Beach Planning Commission

Construction is expected to begin this fall on a new Jacksonville Beach hotel at Beach Boulevard and South Third Street.

Get Ready For Big Surf, Rip Currents And Possible Beach Erosion This Weekend

Mar 2, 2018
Bruce Lipsky / The Florida Times-Union

The giant winter storm that’s battered the Northeast will take an unusual southerly track into the open Atlantic Ocean, setting up Florida for several days of big surf, nasty rip currents and coastal erosion.

Joslyn Simmons / WJCT News

Half of the Jacksonville Beach Pier reopened Thursday morning following repairs to damage caused by hurricanes Matthew in 2016 and Irma last year.

Neeta Lind / Flickr

The Jacksonville Beach City Council has taken a step toward banning medical marijuana dispensaries from setting up shop in the beachfront city.

Dozens Of Drivers Return To Slashed Tires In Jacksonville Beach

Oct 30, 2017
News4Jax

A serial tire slasher has Jacksonville Beach residents frustrated after dozens of drivers were left with flat tires over the weekend, only a block from the beach.

News4Jax

Half of the Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier will be repaired and is expected to reopen in April, approximately a year-and-a-half after it was damaged by Hurricane Matthew.


News4Jax

Two men suffered serious injuries Friday morning in a shooting outside a Jacksonville Beach homeless center, police said.

Rabies Alert In Effect For Parts Of Jacksonville Beach

Jun 13, 2017
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A rabid cat was found at the intersection of Beach Boulevard and 10th Tenth Street North in Jacksonville Beach, prompting a rabies alert in effect through Aug. 11.

News4Jax

Repairs to the Jacksonville Beach Pier, which was heavily damaged by Hurricane Mathew in October, is expected to take at least two years to complete, but city officials said Wednesday they hope part of the landmark will reopen this fall.

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