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No sales taxes on back to school supplies this weekend!

Parents are getting ready to send the kids back to school.  It can be expensive but if you do your back to school shopping this weekend you’ll at least save money thanks to the Tax Free holiday. The 2018 Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday was passed by the Florida Legislature and signed into law by Governor […]

Monday July 30 is the deadline to register to vote!

We live in a country where we the people are given the power to elect our government.  It’s a system that is either copied or envied the world over.  Of course, this means nothing if you do not vote and you cannot vote unless you’re registered. Monday is the first voter registration deadline of the […]

Youth Quake Live Youth Worker R&R

Youth Quake Live presents this event to help youth groups all over our area find resources and relationships to help grow youth ministry. We all know youth are our future, lets work together to help the next generation grow in their relationship with Christ. Some of the organizations in attendance will be: Youth Quake Live 100.7 […]

Mother of Jacksonville teen killed over loud music one step closer to Congress

The mother of the Jacksonville teenager who was shot and killed over an argument about loud music is one step closer to being elected to Congress in Georgia’s 6th congressional district in the Atlanta area.  This week Lucy McBath placed first in the democratic primary race and will face the second place finisher in a […]