Richard Nunn: Driving for officers, veterans in ‘Highway to Help Heroes’ anything but work
It has been said many ways, "If you love what you do, it's not work." Today was one of those days. I worked, but I loved it.
‘Exponentially bigger’: Food banks anticipate need for food if hurricane occurs during pandemic
Hurricane season officially started on June 1st. To prepare, emergency officials recommend families have enough food for seven days in the event of a storm.
Here are the Pride events happening in Northeast Florida in June
June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month. The month is intended to celebrate hard-won equality and to raise awareness about efforts still in progress.
Jacksonville’s ‘Fourth of July Fireworks Celebration’ returns
Jacksonville’s Fourth of July Fireworks Celebration will return this year at multiple locations throughout the city to celebrate the nation’s independence.
Mom who lost son now makes Positively Jax difference to break mental health stigma
Sheryl Johnson and her organization, Hearts4Minds, is in the Positively Jax spotlight. For Sheryl this is a very personal mission. She lost her son Alex at the age of 22 because of depression and anxiety.
Jacksonville business staying open thanks to Restaurant Revitalization Fund
Applications are closed for restaurant and bars owners applying for 29-billion in federal relief aid, but one business is making plans to use the money.
Loved ones lay wreaths to honor fallen heroes at Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Wall
The Veterans Memorial Wall just outside of TIAA Bank Field is the second largest veterans memorial wall in the country with more than 1,700 names of men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice.
Blood drive Saturday honors St. Augustine boy battling brain cancer
A blood drive Saturday in St. Johns County is honoring an 8-year-old St. Augustine boy who has undergone several rounds of radiation and chemo as he battles medulloblastoma.
Funeral Saturday for Gaffney family matriarch
A prominent Jacksonville family whose name is well-known, especially to University of Florida football fans, has lost a mom, a grandmother, a great grandmother and a great-great-grandmother.
Clay County woman brought to tears after anonymous mom pays for her son’s birthday cake
An anonymous woman, who lost her son a few years ago, spread some positivity and love by paying for a Clay County mother’s birthday cake she was picking up for her son’s birthday.
Memorials, vigils and fundraisers for Tristyn Bailey
If you would like to help out the family of Tristyn Bailey, or pay respects, News4Jax has compiled a list of upcoming memorials, vigils and fundraisers.
Floridians eager to celebrate moms after pandemic year
People across the country have begun celebrating moms and grandmas for Mother’s Day 2021. Another Mother’s Day in the pandemic, but with Florida open moms and grandmas are celebrating a little differently this year.