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Wednesday, July 13, 2022 9:00 AM

First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross

Reality TV star Capt. Sandy Yawn set her sights on opening a new restaurant on the site of a historic Jacksonville building, but preservationists have concerns. Two years ago, Yawn bought a century-old LaVilla building with plans to transform it into a restaurant, but she found mold, a caved-in roof and huge renovation costs. Yawn planned to demolish the building, but that plan is now on hold. The Jacksonville Historic Preservation Commission has ordered a historic review of this structure.

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Thursday, July 7, 2022 8:00 PM

Impact Radio show

Kim Pryor talks about her PRYORities on The Impact Radio Show presented by the Florida Star on Victory WCGL.


Thursday, July 7, 2022 7:00 PM

‘Re-elect’ Reggie Gaffney Jr. sign removed after opposing candidate raised concerns it misled voters

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A campaign sign for Jacksonville City Council District 7 candidate Reggie Gaffney Jr. has been taken down after an opposing candidate shared photos of the sign online.

The sign in question read, ‘Re-elect Reggie Gaffney Jr.” but Gaffney Jr. has never held elected office, let alone the seat he’s running for.

District 7 candidate Kim Pryor was livid when she saw the sign suggesting Reggie Gaffney Jr. was an incumbent candidate.


Political advertisement paid for and approved by Kim Pryor, Democrat, for Jacksonville City Council District 7.
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