Public Health Cuts; Eviction Worries; Local Landmarks; What's Good Wednesdays
While Duval County has seen more than 25,000 coronavirus cases, a total that rises each day, a new investigation shows Florida’s numerous cuts to its public health budget have contributed to the toll on human lives. We spoke to Jason Dearen, a reporter with the Associated Press.
People struggling to pay rent during the pandemic may soon be facing a wave of evictions, as a state eviction moratorium in place since earlier this year is coming to an end. Local attorneys with Jacksonville Area Legal Aid have developed an online tool for tenants to help them fight evictions. We spoke with Jim Kowalski, president and CEO of the organization.
What’s Good Wednesdays
Today we celebrate National Dog Day! We take a look at some interesting facts about the joys that dogs bring our lives daily. Email us a picture of your dog to email@example.com for a chance to be included in this week’s What’s Good Wednesdays newsletter.
Bringing Old Buildings Back To Life
The Jacksonville Historical Society supports a plan that could help revitalize the city's older buildings. We spoke with CEO and president Alan Bliss.
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