Florida Times-Union


Major daily newspaper in Jacksonville, Florida. Widely known as the oldest newspaper in the state, it has a daily circulation of 98,580 as of 2007.
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Primary geographic focus: Florida
Organization type(s): Media


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Attorney runs 160 miles across Florida to raise $50K for Jacksonville Area Legal Aid

Garrett Pelican
Florida Times-Union
June 2, 2017
Freed, 48, erased those doubts Friday afternoon as he crossed the finish line on the lawn of the Duval County Courthouse, wrapping up the final leg of his six-day, six-marathon journey that took him from Tallahassee to Jacksonville.

News Story

Lawsuit aims to prompt city inspectors to keep close eye on HUD properties, protect tenants

Christopher Hong, Andrew Pantazi
Florida Times-Union
September 18, 2016
A group of public housing residents are suing a city official for not enforcing building-quality standards at federally subsidized apartments, saying the policy has unfairly left low-income tenants to languish in poor living conditions that are illegal under city law.

News Story

Florida chief justice stresses need for greater access to civil court system; his commission studies issue this year

Saphara Harrell
Florida Times-Union
February 22, 2016
Chief Justice Jorge Labarga talked about Florida’s Commission on Access to Civil Justice, which aims to find solutions for those unable to defend themselves in civil court cases like foreclosure.

Letter to Editor

Legal Aid needs and deserves support from the city

Rhonda Peoples-Waters
Florida Times-Union
January 11, 2016
Letter to the editor arguing for the city of Jacksonville to step up and start funding its local legal aid office.



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