Jacksonville/ Community & Society
Published on January 14, 2020
Top Jacksonville news: 'Eyesore' set for demolition; 2 breakfasts will honor MLK, Jr.; morePhoto: Michel Curi/Flickr

Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Jacksonville.

Foreigner to bring 2020 'Juke Box Heroes' tour to Jacksonville

Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, Jan. 17 at 10 a.m.

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West Jacksonville neighborhoods asking city to minimize potential flooding from Wills Branch Creek

During Hurricane Irma, the water from Wills Branch Creek swept into a home, causing significant damage. Residents are worried it could happen again.

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Downtown Jacksonville 'eyesore' Berkman Plaza II condemned, set for demolition

After nearly 13 years sitting vacant, ugly and with no future in sight, an orange sign says the Berkman Plaza II is subject to demolition.

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Again, 2 prominent Jacksonville breakfasts will simultaneously honor Martin Luther King, Jr.

The city and civil rights groups’ “missions are different and often conflicting,” said City Councilwoman Brenda Priestly Jackson.

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