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Jamarlo Phillips


Jacksonville, FL, United States

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Past articles by Jamarlo:

Man taken to hospital with critical injuries after shooting in Northwest Jacksonville

JSO says officers found a man who had been shot at a home in Northwest Jacksonville Sunday morning. → Read More

Phase 3: DeSantis lifts restriction on bars and restaurants

Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Friday morning that Florida is moving into full Phase 3 of its reopening plan. → Read More

Jacksonville’s first drive-thru COVID-19 testing site will shut down starting Friday

According to an Ascension Medical Group St. Vincent’s spokesperson nearly 13,000 drive-thru tests were administered at the site since it opened on March 17. → Read More

DeSantis to crack down on violent protesters

Governor Ron DeSantis said he wants to crack down on violent protesters. → Read More

Catty Shack Ranch rescues 12 new animals during pandemic

Catty Shack Ranch are rescuers of lions and tigers and now bears. → Read More

‘It’s been rough’: Local brew pub expected to be fully operational in October

Bars and breweries had been closed since June, when the state forced businesses that don’t serve food to stop serving alcohol. → Read More

Ahead of the game: Jaguars pull off first win season despite pandemic

The Jaguars first home game of the season looked a lot different this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Free COVID-19 testing to serve minority groups through 2020

COVID-19 testing is expanding in some of Jacksonville’s high-risk neighborhoods. → Read More

Glynn County commissioner file lawsuit to stop vote to disband police department

A new lawsuit is pushing to stop the possible abolishment of the Glynn County Police Department. → Read More

Within Living Memory: Ax Handle Saturday 60 Years Later

It’s been 60 years since violence broke out in Downtown Jacksonville now known as “Ax Handle Saturday”. → Read More

Custodian accused of selling drugs at a Clay County High School

A Middleburg high school custodian was arrested for selling drugs Friday as students were going through orientation. → Read More

Neck gaiters and face masks with vents discouraged in helping prevent spread of viruses

Duval County Public Schools said neck gaiters and face masks do not prevent the spread of COVID19. Fact or fiction? → Read More

172 Duval County teacher absent on first day of school

Out of thousands of teachers in Duval County, 172 of them didn’t show up for work according to Duval County Public Schools. → Read More

This is serious: Northside Coalition on violent weekend

This is serious: Northside Coalition on violent weekend → Read More

GBI: Waycross officer-involved shooting being investigated after gunshots riddle car carrying children

Two teenagers are facing charges in an officer-involved shooting in Waycross Georgia. → Read More

Rise in violent crimes: Major push to break code of silence

There is a major push to break the code of silence around an increase in violent crimes → Read More

CORONAVIRUS: State ran testing site for COVID-19 to temporarily close for Tropical Storm Isaias

In preparation for Tropical Storm Isaias the state is closing its testing sites at 5 p.m. Thursday. → Read More

Northeast Florida remembers Rep. John Lewis

Local friends of Rep. John Lewis call him an "American saint". → Read More

Churches in Jacksonville left in limbo after state postpones COVID-19 testing

Three local churches that planned to offer COVID-19 tests this weekend were postponed by the state. → Read More

Local breweries sell black is beautiful beer to campaign for racial injustices

Four local breweries in Jacksonville are supporting the Black Lives Matter movement by joining a worldwide campaign. → Read More