Ryan Nelson, ActionNewsJax

Ryan Nelson

ActionNewsJax

Jacksonville, FL, United States

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Recent:
  • ActionNewsJax
  • WOKV News
Past:
  • WFTV Eyewitness News
  • NEWS102.3 KRMG
  • WSOCTV
  • News 96.5 (WDBO)
  • Boston 25 News
  • WSB-TV
  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • Dayton Daily News
  • WSB Radio
  • The Palm Beach Post
  • and more…

Recent articles by Ryan:

Coronavirus: St. Johns County taking applications for Emergency Assistance Grant Program

St. Johns County began taking application from small businesses applying for emergency assistance grants on Wednesday. → Read More

How Jacksonville’s Alhambra Theatre plans to reopen

Smith says the theatre will reopen exclusively as a restaurant this weekend, and that plays will not be held. Smith says social distancing measures will be in place in terms of dinner table placements, and says tables will be spread out in alternating directions so that guests are not facing one another. Smith says the business has been cleaned extensively, and staff will continue to do so. → Read More

How Jacksonville’s Alhambra Theatre plans to reopen

Smith says the theatre will reopen exclusively as a restaurant this weekend, and that plays will not be held. → Read More

City of St. Augustine taking preparatory measures to help businesses reopen

The city of St. Augustine has approved a measure to wholesale purchase about 250,000 masks at a cost of about $82,500. → Read More

City of Jacksonville says new testing site coming to local Walmart

A City of Jacksonville spokesperson tells Action News Jax a new testing site is expected to be up and running by the end of the week at the Walmart near the intersection of Hodges and Beach boulevards. → Read More

Jacksonville man recovers from COVID-19 after two weeks on ventilator

Jacksonville's News, Weather, and Traffic - News 104.5 WOKV → Read More

St. Augustine: How the Bridge of Lions statues got their face masks

Jacksonville's News, Weather, and Traffic - News 104.5 WOKV → Read More

St. Augustine: How the Bridge of Lions statues got their face masks

A couple placed large masks on the Bridge of Lions statues as a reminder to the public to take measures to protect themselves → Read More

Jax-area church, restaurant team up to feed hospital staff

Members of the Roots Church raised money and provided lunches from Trasca and Co. Eatery to members of Baptist Medical Center South’s ER and ICU staff. About 70 meals were delivered over the course of Easter Sunday and the following Monday, along with handwritten thank you cards. → Read More

Small business owner concerned by Bank of America’s handling of Paycheck Protection Program

Mark Durocher, owner of Break Time Vending Services, told Action News Jax he was denied an opportunity to apply for the Payroll Protection Program by Bank of America. → Read More

How to be safe when ordering out amid COVID-19

How to be safe when ordering out amid the COVID-19 epidemic. → Read More

How to be safe when ordering out amid COVID-19

Dr. Sunil Joshi of Family Allergy and Asthma Consultants, recommends the following when bringing in outside food to your home: * Wash your hands. * Order hot foods when possible. The warmer the food, the less likely any virus is to survive. * Warm up the food once you receive it. * Take the food out of the container, and put it on to your own plate. * Use your own silverware. It should be noted… → Read More

Friends, family gather to remember Trent Fort, West Nassau High School student shot, killed

West Nassau High School students, friends and family gathered on Thursday to remember Trent Fort, a West Nassau High School football player who was shot and killed on Monday. → Read More

Nassau deputies: Former Yulee Middle School teacher, coach under investigation

Action News Jax has learned a former teacher and coach at Yulee Middle School is being investigated by the Nassau County Sheriff’s Office and the Nassau County School District. → Read More

First Baptist church may demolish historic building, sells other buildings to investors

Steve Williams, co-founder of “Mapping Jax,” tells Action News Jax he was surprised to learn about the plans of the First Baptist Church downtown to demolish a historic building it owns. The building was constructed in 1927. → Read More

Historic St. Augustine building to be auctioned off in February

The “Rodriguez – Avero – Sanchez house” was built by a Spanish sergeant during the first Spanish occupation of St. Augustine. → Read More

Historic St. Augustine building to be auctioned off in February

A historic St. Augustine building on St. George Street will be auctioned off next month. The “Rodriguez – Avero – Sanchez house” was built by a Spanish sergeant during the first Spanish occupation of St. Augustine. WJAX got an inside look at the building Wednesday afternoon. According to a Library of Congress website, the northeast room of the house was built around 1761 and occupied by Spanish… → Read More

Historic St. Augustine building to be auctioned off in February

The “Rodriguez – Avero – Sanchez house” was built by a Spanish sergeant during the first Spanish occupation of St. Augustine. → Read More

Proposed City of St. Augustine Beach ordinance aims to prevent dune re

Jacksonville's News, Weather, and Traffic - News 104.5 WOKV → Read More

Five points area improvements announced by stakeholder group in Jacksonville

‘5 Points Collaborative,’ and District 14 Jacksonville City Councilwoman, Randy Defoor, announced plans to improve the Five Points area. The group is comprised of Riverside stakeholders, merchants and more. → Read More