The Florida Times Union

Articles from November 9, 2002

1 Adam's Mark Request Is Denied
Byline: Earl Daniels, Times-Union business writer The Duval County Value Adjustment Board yesterday denied one of three requests by the owners of the Adam's Mark hotel to have the property assessed at a lower value. Officials at HBE Corp. in...
2 Clay Runners among Best in State Poll
Byline: Brent Beaird, Clay County sports writer The Clay High girls cross-country team, the No. 5 ranked team in Class 3A, has something that most teams don't have. The Lady Blue Devils have not one, but two runners who are ranked in the state poll....
500th Heart Transplant Patient Going Strong
Byline: Tim Gilmore, Shorelines correspondent Though he feels tired, Christopher Stephens feels better than he's ever felt before. After dealing with heart problems from the age of nine months, the 16-year-old Ponte Vedra Beach boy was the beneficiary...
61 Percent Turn out on Election Day
Byline: R. Michael Anderson, County Line staff writer As usual, Clay County voters turned out in strong numbers Tuesday to vote their preferences for political candidates, including giving Jeb Bush a historic second term as governor, and voicing...
A Central Florida Writer Finds Good Life at the Beach
Byline: Beau Halton, Shorelines editor Not that we Atlantic Beach residents like to gloat or anything, but when the magic of our condo-less, easygoing slice of coast is trumpeted somewhere like in the Orlando Sentinel, well, it's tough not to feel...
Activist Connects Her Community
Byline: Tonyaa Weathersbee, Times-Union columnist Neighborhood activist Erma Lee Cole remembers a time when the title of block captain didn't exist. Looking out for each other used to be everyone's job. "Back during that time, if someone in...
After 2 Decades on Bench, Leander Shaw Retires
********************CORRECTION November 12, 2002 Leander Shaw was the second African-American appointed to the Florida Supreme Court and was its first black chief justice. Because of a reporter's error, this was misstated on Page B-1 Saturday. ...
A Half-Century on Heckscher; Northside Club Celebrates Today
Byline: Susan Stanton, River City News correspondent When Kim Malphrus and her family moved from the Southside to Heckscher Drive last March, they quickly joined the Heckscher Drive Community Club to become an active part of the community. "They...
Amendments Add to Clay Woes; More Classes, Pre-K to Take Cash, Space
Byline: Beth Reese Cravey, County Line staff writer After the dust of Tuesday's election settled, the man in charge of Clay County public school facilities still had a few questions. Florida voters approved constitutional amendments calling for...
Amendments Fired Up Voters
Byline: Caren Burmeister and Christophe Aguilar , Shorelines staff writers Pat Rockwell took a deep puff on her cigarette, juggling it with a cup of coffee and animated conversation at the Beach Hut Cafe Wednesday. Next year, Rockwell and her...
An English Garden Blooms at Beaches
Byline: Maggie FitzRoy, Shorelines staff writer For 40 years, Charles Hart's career took him all over the world. The university linguistics professor lived in Africa, the Middle East, the Far East and Europe. When he retired he moved to Neptune...
Around the Nation
Byline: Jeff Walker, Times-Union sports writer Top 25 No. 1 Oklahoma (8-0) vs. Texas A&M (5-4) 3:30 p.m. at College Station, Texas: Sooners have beaten Big 12 elite -- Texas, Iowa State and Colorado -- by a combined score of 111-38. ...
A Special Look; Chrysler Sweetens Its 300M Flagship Sedan
Byline: Dan Scanlan, Times-Union staff writer It has been a standard move for many a car maker during the past 75 years -- juice up a standard model with performance options and call it a "Special." Buick, Ferrari and scads of speciality car...
Beaches Voters Have Their Say; Many in Lines by 7 A.M
Byline: Caren Burmeister and Christophe Aguilar, Shorelines staff writers Some Beaches residents lined up at the polls before the 7 a.m. opening time Tuesday, to make sure their votes were cast. About 52.4 percent of registered Beaches voters...
Beach Shorts
VETERANS DAY CLOSINGS Jacksonville Beach and Neptune Beach city halls will be closed Monday in commemoration of Veterans Day. Atlantic Beach City Hall will remain open with normal business hours. Beaches-area post offices will also be closed,...
Beetle Invasion Worst Ever; Destruction Impacts Timber Industry
Byline: R. Michael Anderson, County Line staff writer Fully grown, they're only about an eighth of an inch long. Problem is, there are zillions of them and they have a voracious appetite for something North Florida has in abundance: pine trees....
Bidders Trot to Auction; Homes Found for All Abused Horses
Byline: R. Michael Anderson, County Line staff writer They came on a mission of mercy, hundreds of people with cash in hand, ready to buy an abused horse to save it from certain death. With only 13 horses and ponies on the Clay County Sheriff's...
Big Party Not as Bad as Feared
Byline: Lamar Thames, County Line editor I was nervous about attending my first Florida-Georgia football game last weekend. You know, the world's largest cocktail party. Or so they say. All week long radio commentators were talking about how...
Bolles Cruises; Bulldogs Crush Ribault, 47-13
Byline: Chase Goodbread, Times-Union sports writer It's a good thing there is no Northside championship trophy awarded each year. If there were, it would be on the wrong side of the river today. 7400 San Jose Blvd., to be exact. Bolles knocked...
Building Company Founder Dies at 68
Byline: Gregory Richards, Times-Union business writer Dana B. Kenyon of Mandarin, a retired Jacksonville building contractor, died Thursday afternoon at St. Luke's Hospital. The founder of Dana B. Kenyon Co., Mr. Kenyon died of lung disease, his...
Camden OKs Tax Hike to Ease Budget; Newcomer Breaks Stalemate on Increase
Byline: Gordon Jackson, Times-Union staff writer WOODBINE -- E.B. Herrin's first task Thursday night wasn't easy after taking the oath of office as the newest member of the Camden County Board of Commissioners. Herrin was sworn in earlier than...
City to Pull Warnings at Park; Pollutant Levels Safe, Officials Say
Byline: Steve Patterson, Times-Union staff writer Warning signs that remind visitors of soil-pollution concerns at Jacksonville's Lonnie Miller Park will be replaced with placards saying there's no danger in accessible areas. The Mayor's Office...
Class Size Amendment Has Foes Here
Byline: Lisa Woods, Shorelines staff writer Even though voters across Florida passed the constitutional amendment that shrinks class sizes, 68 percent of Ponte Vedra Beach voters rejected it. Amendment No. 9 limits the number of students in classrooms...
Clay Utility's Offer to Buy Water System Ignored
Byline: R. Michael Anderson, County Line staff writer After being snubbed for months in an attempt to buy a privately owned water system in Keystone Heights, the Clay County Utility Authority voted Wednesday to make a final offer of $2.75 million....
Closed Boat Ramp Disastrous for Businesses; at Palm Valley, They're Waiting for a New One
Byline: Lisa Woods, Shorelines staff writer Businesses at County Road 210 and the Intracoastal Waterway in St. Johns County are having tough times since the new Palm Valley bridge went up and the Palm Valley boat ramp subsequently closed. Some...
Courthouse Named for Leader; Albany Honors Man Who Shook Biased Courts
Byline: Thomas B. Pfankuch, Times-Union staff writer ALBANY -- For decades, the name C.B. King was associated either with a hero or a villain in Albany. For the unrepresented, repressed and subjugated, King's name meant help and hope. King was...
Cultures Change Area Classrooms; Teaching Adapts So Everyone Speaks Same Language
Byline: Alliniece T. Andino, Times-Union staff writer When she was 7, Edwidge Bryant said she sat in the back of the classroom and was ignored. Her family had moved to New York from Haiti, and Bryant spoke no English. It was the late 1960s, and...
Cupid's Place Avoids Overly Racy
Byline: Stephen Kindland, County Line correspondent Newly opened Cupid's Place at 1177 Park Ave. in Orange Park has been drawing a lot of attention, but not necessarily from customers looking for ways to enhance their love lives. Owner Rob Robertson...
Desperate Move Pays off for Tech; Jackets Winning with No-Huddle
Byline: Bob Thomas, Times-Union sports writer ATLANTA -- Out of desperation, Georgia Tech's football team found salvation in the second half of a 34-10 pasting at Maryland on Oct. 17. With the game out of hand, first-year coach Chan Gailey went...
FBI Joins Probe of Pick Six Bet
The FBI and federal prosecutors have joined the investigation into a suspicious Breeders' Cup bet worth $3 million. James Comey, the U.S. Attorney in the Southern District of New York, and the FBI will work with the New York State Racing and Wagering...
FCCJ Festival Explores World's Cultures
Byline: Phillip J. Milano, River City News editor Learn about other cultures, eat good food and just have fun. Those are the chief goals of the free International Education Week Nov. 18 to 21 at the Downtown Campus of Florida Community College at...
Firefighters Settle into Argyle Farmhouse
Byline: Mary Maraghy, County Line staff writer Clay County Fire Rescue on Wednesday opened a fire station in a farmhouse in Argyle that they affectionately call the Ponderosa. Horses and cows grazed nearby and chickens strutted next to rescue...
Fleming Island High Progresses on Schedule
Byline: Beth Reese Cravey, County Line staff writer In 10 months, these buildings will be teeming with anxious high-schoolers unfamiliar with the territory, searching for the right classroom, locker or gender-appropriate bathroom. But for now,...
Fleming Island's Plate Fills Up
Byline: Tracy Spengler, County Line correspondent Remember when Whitey's Fish Camp used to be the only place to eat on Fleming Island? Well, all that has changed and the area will soon challenge Wells Road as the hot restaurant destination in Clay...
Future Golfers Group Hosting Health Fair
Byline: Alison Trinidad, Nassau Neighbors staff writer Kids can take either a golf shot or a flu shot on their day off from school at the second annual health fair hosted by the Future Golfers of America. From a blood drive to a makeshift putting...
GOP Wins Seats on St. Johns County Commission
Byline: Lisa Woods, Shorelines staff writer The Republican candidates won by wide margins in the two St. Johns County Commission races Tuesday, as Bruce Maguire defeated Democrat Douglas Laidlaw with 71 percent of the vote and Karen Stern defeated...
HAITI; Rethinking Policy
Now that the Bush administration has acknowledged the obvious -- that the 1994 invasion of Haiti accomplished nothing -- it's time to reconsider some of the basic premises underlying U.S. foreign policy. Jean-Bertrand Aristide had been president...
Hamming It Up; Crowds Thinner at 14th Barbecue Fest
Byline: Dan Scanlan, Staff writer It was four days of ribs, rides and country music in the home of golf. And when the First Coast Ham Jam was over last weekend at its new home at the World Golf Village, organizers said it was a hole in one. ...
'Heartstrings' Music; Hilliard: Sacred Harp Singing Is an Act of Community -- Not Performance
Byline: Amelia A. Hart, Nassau Neighbors staff writer Tolliver Lee paced within a small square, each footstep and wave of his hand marking time for the singers who encased him with walls of plaintive harmony. Lee was taking his turn leading the...
Heckscher Drive Community Club Marks 50 Years; Longtime Group Still Going Strong
Byline: Susan Stanton, Shorelines correspondent When Kim Malphrus and her family moved from the Southside to Heckscher Drive in March, they quickly joined the Heckscher Drive Community Club to become an active part of the community. "They are...
Hindus Celebrate Major Holiday
Byline: Mary Maraghy, County Line staff writer After returning home from work Monday, Bharat Misra and his wife were tired and had no intention of going back out that night. But Misra's father was visiting from India and he insisted the family...
Incumbent, Newcomer Elected in Hilliard
Byline: Amelia A. Hart, Nassau Neighbors staff writer It was in with the new and old in Hilliard Tuesday as residents elected one political newcomer and one incumbent to the Town Council. Alton D. Crews Sr. received the most votes in Tuesday's...
In Health
CANCER HELP The American Cancer Society will offer "I Can Cope," a free educational program for people facing cancer, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at First Coast Oncology, 1340 S. 18th St., Suite 103, in Fernandina Beach. "I Can Cope" topics...
Jaguars Notebook
Byline: Bart Hubbuch, Times-Union sports writer TWO ADDED TO INJURY REPORT The Jaguars added LB Eric Westmoreland and SS Donovin Darius to the injury report yesterday, but expect several injured starters to play tomorrow. RB Fred Taylor (tailbone),...
Key Stretch Coming Up for College Football Teams
Byline: Brent Beaird, County Line correspondent Today begins an important stretch for Florida, Georgia and Florida State. All three teams still have a chance to win their conference titles. No doubt Gator and Bulldog fans will be watching the scoreboards...
Lady Spartans in Striking Distance; St. Johns Team Maintains Edge
Byline: Brent Beaird, Clay County Line sports writer The St. Johns Country Day volleyball team is two wins away from returning to the final four. Last season, the Spartans were the Class A state runners-up. They play Altha (20-2) at 2 p.m. today...
Let Your Appetizers Benefit from Distinct Beaches Flavors
Byline: Barbara Gawan, Times-Union staff The holidays will soon be here, a time for gathering family and friends around us. This year and the last have seen a trend across the country toward smaller, less glitzy holiday parties, intimate gatherings...
'Little Toot' to Join Veterans' Parade; Fernandina: Legionnaires Bringing Float
Byline: Alison Trinidad, Nassau Neighbors staff writer Floats, flags and "Little Toot" will parade through Fernandina Beach this morning to kick off the Veterans Day weekend. The annual Veterans Day Parade, sponsored by American Legion Post 54,...
Little to Show for Armed Robbery Attempts; Police Briefs
Byline: Dan Scanlan, Staff writer One attacker used a knife Sunday night; another used a gun. In the end, one Southside victim was robbed of a wallet and beer at gunpoint, while another lost nothing after a knife was stuck in his chest, police...
Mill Workers Offered Legal Aid
Byline: Gordon Jackson, Times-Union staff writer WOODBINE -- Workers at Durango-Georgia Paper Co. may be represented by Camden County Attorney Brent Green in bankruptcy court next week, if they ask the county for help. Camden County commissioners...
Morning Briefing
RESTAURANT CHAIN HONORS VETERANS, ACTIVE MILITARY On Veterans Day, Monday, Golden Corral restaurants will hold its second annual Military Appreciation Night, the company said. All active-duty military personnel and veterans can eat for free from...
Neighborhood under Attack by Mosquitoes
Byline: Carol Childers, Special to the Times-Union The Riverwoods neighborhood in Arlington, nestled among trees and drawing on the nearby ambience of St. Johns River and wetlands, is a dream site for people looking for a friendly, quiet neighborhood....
New Manager Expects to Liven Up Skate Park
Byline: Mary Maraghy, County Line staff writer On a weekday afternoon at the Extreme Skate Park in Orange Park, there aren't many skaters, if any. But you might see the park attendant riding around the empty park on a dolly used to transport...
Nocatee Suit Losses Led to Deal; Sierra Club Gains Nothing in Settlement
Byline: Lisa Woods, Times-Union staff writer The Sierra Club decided to settle a lawsuit last month over the planned 15,000-acre Nocatee development because it didn't want to keep spending money and time on the case and had failed in two previous...
No Developers on Julington Board
Byline: Dan Scanlan, Staff writer Julington Creek Plantation has its first all-resident Community Development District Board since its inception, following elections Tuesday. Albert Abbatiello and April Spears were elected to replace the last...
Parent Fair to Include Stress, Discipline, College Workshops
DUVAL COUNTY ALIMACANI ELEMENTARY Parent fair -- The parent fair will be at 6:30 p.m. Thursday evening at the school, 2051 San Pablo Road, and includes a general PTA meeting and two 30-minute workshops for parents. School-age children will be...
Police Briefing; Woman Robbed at Knifepoint She Was in ATM Drive-Through
Byline: Dan Scanlan, Staff writer A 54-year-old Southside woman was robbed at knifepoint earlier this month when she used a drive-through automated teller machine at the Vystar Credit Union at 8263 Philips Highway The police report said the woman...
Police Briefs; Ballgame Fight Leaves Man, 26, with Cut on Arm Girl Charged in Sister's Stabbing
Byline: Sandy Strickland, Staff writer A 26-year-old man was attacked with a hammer after getting into a fight over a basketball game at the Cecil Commerce gym. The victim was taken to Shands Jacksonville hospital for treatment of a 2-inch cut to...
POLICE BRIEFS; Store Clerk Admits Stealing Money Orders
Following is a list of arrests and crimes reported by area police departments. ATLANTIC BEACH Police arrested a convenience store clerk on Oct. 30 and charged her with grand theft after she confessed to stealing $1,000 worth of money orders...
Police Seeking Shooter; Drive-By Targets Offices, Motorists
Byline: Dan Scanlan, Staff writer Police are looking for a drive-by shooter who fired some kind of pellet or bullet into two businesses and a car along San Jose Boulevard Monday, as well as a school bus on Hartley Road and a car and van on Interstate...
Ponte Vedra Voters Turn out; They Back Bush, Ban on Smoking
Byline: Lisa Woods, Shorelines staff writer Ponte Vedra Beach and Palm Valley voters supported Florida constitutional amendments to ban smoking in inside workplaces and protect the state's open records laws. The amendments were among 10 on the...
Program Raises FCAT Scores; Smith Foundation Helping Schools
Byline: Tim Gilmore, River Bend correspondent An after-school program for fourth- and fifth-graders at three elementary schools is being praised for helping the schools raise their scores on the mandatory Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test. ...
PUBLIC SAFETY; Marijuana Plants Found, Woman Faces Charges
Byline: R. Michael Anderson, County Line staff writer A Middleburg woman was arrested on drug charges Tuesday morning after officers with the Clay County Sheriff's Office, armed with a search warrant, found 524 marijuana plants growing inside her...
QB Matthews Spots Spurrier Three Strokes
Byline: Gene Frenette, Times-Union sports writer When Washington Redskins quarterback Shane Matthews decides to retire from the NFL, don't be surprised if he makes a decent living on the celebrity golf circuit. The quarterback going against the...
Realtor Is Ready for Top Real Estate Post
Byline: Earl Daniels, Times-Union business writer Cathy Whatley, owner of Buck & Buck Realtors in Jacksonville, will become the 2003 president of one of the nation's largest professional organizations, the National Association of Realtors. ...
Residents Invited to Chat; Riverside Urged to Air Interests
Byline: Sandy Strickland, Staff writer There are no committees to join. There are no problems to solve. Lee Hunter is billing it as a neighborhood conversation for residents of Riverside-Avondale. Hunter is starting a discussion group that...
Retire? Never; Area Resident Still Flying as Airline Analyst
Byline: Christopher Calnan, Times-Union business writer One of the airline industry's most respected observers operates out of a tiny nondescript Jacksonville Beach building that's closer to boats than airplanes. But Ed Greenslet still has a...
Roundup
-- BARTRAM TRAIL 21, ENGLEWOOD 7 -- Senior Night turned into record night at Bartram Trail (7-3). The Bears defeated Englewood (4-6) for a school-record seventh win of the season. Bartram scored on runs from Aaron Williams and George Smith. -- BRADFORD...
SCHOOL ZONE; School Visitor Provides Colonial View
Byline: Toi Jefferson, County Line staff writer The fifth-grade classes at Wilkinson Elementary had a surprise visit from the past. Alice Grisham, who teaches gifted students at the school, dressed in Colonial-period clothing and gave a presentation...
Shealy Wins in Neptune
Byline: Christopher F. Aguilar, Shorelines staff writer Larry Shealy, a Beaches-area business owner and former football captain at Fletcher High School, defeated Scott DelPrete, a Beaches-area chiropractor, for Seat 4 on the Neptune Beach City Council...
Sibley Elected to Jacksonville Beach Seat
Byline: Caren Burmeister, Shorelines staff writer Martha Ann Sibley learned she won the race for a new Jacksonville Beach City Council seat when her opponent, Patrick Nolan, called to congratulate her. "I thanked him very much," said Sibley,...
Slavic Services Together; Religious Groups in Joint Festival
Byline: Ted Hornoi-Centerwall, River City News correspondent Members of Jacksonville's Russian-Ukrainian community held their annual Harvest Festival recently at First Baptist Church of Jacksonville, sharing their culture with others in a range...
Social Scene Already Taking on Holiday Feel
Byline: Jackie Rooney, Shorelines columnist Among the 200 guests at the Holiday Shops shopping preview and cocktail hour at the Ponte Vedra Inn & Club, I spotted Mary Ann Beckwith and her husband, Gates, the architect who designed The Cultural...
SPORTS BRIEFS; Orange Park High Girls Golf Team Goes to State
Byline: Brent Beaird, Clay County Line sports writer The Orange Park High school girls golf team is heading to the state tournament for the first time in school history, according to Raider golf coach Chris Brindle. Orange Park (398) was the...
Students Build Colony; History Lesson an Eye-Opener
Byline: Sandy Strickland, Staff writer Decked out in a white wig his mom found in the attic, Christian Butler was having a high time in 17th century America. The 10-year-old was racking up points in a game of sticks, meticulously perfecting his...
Take Stock of New Line, Legal Woes
Byline: Brandy Hilboldt Allport, Times-Union home and garden editor HIGH POINT, N.C. -- Martha Stewart's it's-a-good-thing lifestyle now has another component -- furniture. (You were probably thinking insider stock trading. More about that later.)...
Teachers Help Send Barnes Packing; Many Angry about School Reforms
Byline: Teresa Stepzinski, Times-Union staff writer Teachers taught Gov. Roy Barnes a lesson on Election Day. Southeast Georgia educators joined their colleagues statewide to oust the Democratic incumbent who they say pushed through a flawed...
Teenage Driving Serves as Way to Cut Apron Strings -- Really
Byline: Elizabeth Seney, Shorelines columnist Before my eldest son was 16, I had this lovely fantasy about what life was going to be like once he was driving. It went something like this: I am busy in the kitchen getting dinner ready when I look...
Tigers Coach Sticking with Quarterback
Byline: Teneshia L. Wright, Times-Union sports writer Dexter Davis had a career night against Stillman College last week, but it's a performance the Houston native and his Edward Waters teammates want to forget. Davis threw a career-worst eight...
Tomcats Request Next Year off; League Says No
Byline: Jeff Walker, Times-Union sports writer The Jacksonville Tomcats' request to go dormant next season was denied yesterday by the arenafootball2 board of directors. It's unclear if the Tomcats plan to suspend operations, but the league said...
Traffic Jamplan on Table; JTA Takes Input on Intersections
Byline: Carol Childers, River City News correspondent Driven by the public's desire for better solutions to traffic jams in Arlington, officials with the Jacksonville Transportation Authority have developed alternatives for three key roads intersecting...
TV Show Segment Being Shot at Beach; 'America's Most Wanted' Features Crash
Byline: Caren Burmeister, Shorelines staff writer A car will crash through the front of the Goodwill store in Jacksonville Beach Wednesday in a re-enactment of a Houston police chase for America's Most Wanted. Police officers and actors will...
UNF Plays to Win (Music Fans)
Byline: Rich Ray, Times-Union staff writer The UNF Music Department is well known for offering music-oriented programs of excellence to students. However, the music department is also a valuable source of cultural enrichment for our community. For...
UNF Will Be Playing to Win (Music Fans)
Byline: Rich Ray, Times-Union staff The UNF Music Department is well known for offering music-oriented programs of excellence to students. However, the music department is also a valuable source of cultural enrichment for our community. For example,...
Vandy Must Look to Future; SEC Losing Streak at 14
Byline: Michael DiRocco, Times-Union sports writer NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Vanderbilt will finish with a losing record for the 20th consecutive season, but there's at least some hope that the Commodores won't be extending that streak too much longer....
Veteran Patrolman Dies of Heart Attack
Byline: Veronica Chapin, Times-Union staff writer A patrolman with the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office for 41 years died yesterday from an apparent heart attack while on duty. Wilbert Wiggins Sr., 66, collapsed about 6:15 a.m. in the Zone 5 Westside...
Veterans Day Openings and Closings
Byline: Mike Clark, Times-Union Reader Advocate Most government offices will be closed Monday for Veterans Day. Also affected: No regular residential mail delivery. Most banks and savings and loans will be closed. The Jacksonville Public Library...
Ward to Be Fleming Island High's First Principal
Byline: Beth Reese Cravey, County Line staff writer Sam Ward is one excited man. After 10 years as principal of Orange Park High School, Clay County's largest, he has a new challenge on the horizon. Next year, he moves on to what he views as...
White Routs Raines
Byline: Jeff Elliott, Times-Union sports writer White used four long scoring plays last night to beat Raines 34-6, finish 8-2 and enter the playoffs as Northeast Florida's lone 6A representative. White quarterback Demetrice Webb played a key...
Wide Slate of Speakers for Forum on Christ
The John Paul II Institute of Christian Spirituality will hold its fourth International Conference on the "New and Divine" Holiness of the Third Christian Millennium Thursday through Nov. 17 at the Radisson Riverwalk Hotel. Jacksonville resident...
World Golf Hall of Fame Set to Induct New Members
Byline: Brian Kosoy, Times-Union correspondent Basketball and hockey seasons have just begun, but the football season is half over, and the Jaguars find themselves in the same position as last year at 3-5. Mired in a four-game slump, Tom Coughlin...