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6 MORE WINGHOUSES ON TAP FOR JACKSONVILLE

A Largo-based sports-themed restaurant chain has announced six more locations for Jacksonville by the end of the year.

Ker's WingHouse Bar & Grill announced the plans this month as part of its first franchising effort. It has one store on Southside Boulevard near Tinseltown.

The new Jacksonville locations will be decided after the company secures franchise agreements. Locations in Georgia, Alabama, North and South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas are part of the expansion that will see 29 new franchise restaurants by 2011.

Former Florida Gator football player Crawford Ker opened the first WingHouse in Largo in 1994. The company has 17 corporate stores in Florida and two in Texas.

Liz Flaisig/The Times-Union

JACKSONVILLE BANCORP REPORTS LOSS IN QUARTER

Jacksonville Bancorp Inc. late on Thursday reported a second-quarter loss of $840,000, or 48 cents a share.

The holding company for The Jacksonville Bank did increase its provision for loan losses in the quarter. But Jacksonville Bancorp also said its results were impacted by two non-real estate related charge-offs and costs related to the termination of its merger agreement with Heritage Bancshares Inc., another Jacksonville area community bank.

"We believe the termination of the Heritage acquisition, while costly this quarter, was in the shareholders' long-term best interests," CEO Gilbert Pomar said in a news release.

Mark Basch/The Times-Union

THE BLUE FOUNDATION DONATES TO JASMYN

A subsidiary of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida will award a $93,800 grant to the Jacksonville Area Sexual Minority Youth Network (JASMYN) next week.

The company's philanthropic affiliate, The Blue Foundation for a Healthy Florida, will present the grant in a ceremony 8:30 a. …

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