News releases from Jacksonville Business Journal
St. Augustine Veterans Affairs Clinic opens doors
June 23, 2021
The St. Augustine Veterans Affairs Clinic of the North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health System opened its doors for the first time Tuesday.
Bucs sell out 2021 home games before preseason starts
June 18, 2021
'Explosion of artistic energy:' Jacksonville Symphony will open to full capacity for 2021-22 season
June 17, 2021
This week in Jacksonville business bankruptcies include Omkar Hotels Inc. and Prime Restoration LLC. For the year, Jacksonville has recorded 14 business bankruptcy filings.
Core Foodservice will have an East Coast headquarters in Tampa and a West Coast headquarters in Chino, California.
DeSantis has made a major issue of targeting critical race theory, which is based on the premise that racism is embedded within American society and institutions.
Business on the online marketplace boomed during the pandemic, as people looked for new sources of income.
The event will bring 25 of the world's greatest skateboarding athletes along with thousands of fans to downtown Jacksonville.
WJCT Public Media unveils expanded online platform dedicated to 'local music and curation'
June 07, 2021
The Jacksonville Music Experience launched in 2020 to connect listeners with a locally curated selection of programs.
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Bold City Business: New JBJ podcast delves into state of local economy, plans for future
June 07, 2021
In our inaugural episode, we look at the impacts of Dun & Bradstreet's HQ move, how to navigate the labor market and where things are going in industrial real estate.
Strategic Voices: MOCA Jacksonville Director Caitlín Doherty celebrates The Many Sides of Pride Film Festival
June 04, 2021
The Many Sides of Pride Film Festival continues in-person at MOCA Jacksonville and in a virtual setting through Sunday.
MOSH set to open The Lost World of Dragons, key to firing up summertime visitor numbers
May 28, 2021
Museum executives are hopeful the new summertime exhibit will spur additional foot traffic as it emerges from Covid-19 shutdowns.
The week in bankruptcies: Air Compressor Products Inc. and First Coast Auto Connection Repair and Service Inc..
May 28, 2021
This week in Jacksonville business bankruptcies include Air Compressor Products Inc. and First Coast Auto Connection Repair and Service Inc.. For the year, Jacksonville has recorded 11 business...
The restaurants on the new campus include the Baja California-inspired rooftop Estrella Cocina that opened Thursday.
The Conservation Fund says the preservation of the area will enhance protection for the state’s largest river and expand habitat restoration efforts in Southeast Georgia.
Temperince Morgan, executive director of The Nature Conservancy, recently talked to the Business Journal about a recent $3 million pledge from the Hixon family of Ponte Vedra Beach.
The convention will include opportunities for attendees to build their own creations and to meet accomplished LEGO artists.
Juicy will offer smoothies as well as fruit bowls, homemade peanut butter, avocado toast and a full coffee and espresso menu.
The gift has led to the launch of The Hixon Environmental Stewardship Program and a supporting endowment.
The matching grant will help pay back a loan acquired to purchase three parcels in historic American Beach.
This week in Jacksonville business bankruptcies include Jacksonville Advanced Machining LLC. For the year, Jacksonville has recorded 9 business bankruptcy filings.