On March 16, Park Avenue retailers and restaurants will show support for 17-year-old Trinity Prep student John Michael Night with a fundraiser to support his recovery.
Forget everything you know about Tupperware parties because Dixie Longate has a surprise for you. Dixie, a Southern belle from the wrong side of town in Alabama, survived three husbands and is the sometimes-proud mother of three children: Wynona, Dwayne and Absorbine, Jr.
Why did I choose to go into the military? While I wish I could share with you a patriotic story, unfortunately, I cannot. I was simply intrigued by the Navy.
I was born and raised in Texas with my brother until we were taken from my mother for severe abuse and neglect and placed in a children’s shelter. I vowed at 14 that no matter what I had to do, I would not become my mother – pregnant at 16 and addicted to drugs and alcohol.
Looking back on his days at the University of Florida, Dr. Min-Wen Wang recalls many good memories of the campus, his professors, fishing in Cedar Key, tubing at Ichetucknee Springs and visiting Disney World.
Every spring, your local weatherman talks about pollen counts, but what does that mean? Does he count each pollen grain in the air? Estimate the number by how many sneezing people he runs into every day? Not quite.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA, July 30, 2015 – Ken Sutherland has Parkinson’s disease. He’s no longer able to toss a ball with his grandson, hold a paintbrush or write music on a piano. His wife, Laura, is a minister and now works two jobs to support them.
Joe Hottmann began riding motorcycles when he was 13 years old. He enjoyed the solitude and carefree feeling of riding in the open air.
He doesn’t remember who or when people started calling him MAD Mike, but the name stuck.
A local Checkers is now offering student discounts and supporting local organizations.