Three days a week for the last seven months, starting just weeks after her father died of cancer, Peyton Harmon rose before dawn, dressed in blue scrubs and woke her mother up to do the same.
Before walking into the hospital to complete their 12-hour clinical rotation, they’d stop to take a selfie, marking each occasion as a milestone.
Neither thought they’d be so close to a college diploma and a meaningful career.
When Bill Mosely decided to open a museum in Jacksonville dedicated to military aircraft history, he knew it would be a long process from start to finish.
After months of work, he’s still just getting started.
Mosely made a bold move by bringing in a Northrop Grumman OV-1B Mohawk — the only flying, functional one of its kind — as the first piece at the hands-on museum where the exhibits can fly.
As city leaders ponder the future of downtown’s Hemming Park, many wonder what taxpayers have to show for the $1.1 million they’ve paid a local startup to revitalize it.
Take a trip to the park, and the improvements immediately stand out.