The Week In Web - Craft Beer, EverBank Field, Flesh-Eating Bacteria

Aug 2, 2014

Fort Caroline, craft beer, and flesh-eating bacteria were among our top stories this week.

Here are the top stories on WJCTNews.org from July 28 - August 1:

Local Politician Says Fort Caroline Is In Jacksonville - Florida State Representative Lake Ray revealed research Tuesday he says proves that the original location of Fort Caroline is off Queens Harbor in Jacksonville.

Jacksonville Tapped For National Craft Beer Brewers Convention - The Master Brewers Association of the Americas, a national nonprofit dedicated to local beer brewing, has selected Jacksonville as the location of it's next annual convention.

Flesh-Eating Bacteria Detected In Local Child - Health officials are asking residents to swim and dine safely after a 7-year-old Jacksonville girl contracted an infection from the flesh-eating Vibrio vulnificus bacteria.

With Successful Scoreboard Unveiling, Examining The Economics Of EverBank Field - Economics professor Victor Matheson joined Melissa Ross on First Coast Connect to discuss the economics of EverBank Field following the success of last Saturday's scoreboard unveiling event.

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