Story behind the story: JEA saga
On the latest Page One Podcast, a trio of Times-Union journalists — Nate Monroe, Chris Hong and David Bauerlein — talk with host Mark Woods about how they covered the JEA saga in 2019 and what lies ahead in 2020.
Story behind the story: Reporter Sandy Strickland
Sandy Strickland started working for the Times-Union in December 1969. As the paper celebrates her 50th anniversary, Sandy talks to Page One Podcast host Mark Woods.
Story behind the story: Sears set to close at Avenues mall
Times-Union reporter Andrew Pantazi talks with Page One Podcast host Mark Woods about the closing of the last Jacksonville Sears and what that means for the future of The Avenues mall.
Story behind the story: Jacksonville youth home closed
On the latest Page One Podcast, Times-Union reporter Andrew Pantazi talks about his special report on a Jacksonville youth home that shut down after a decade's worth of complaints.
Story behind the story: Council's JEA workshops begin
Times-Union reporter David Bauerlein talks with Page One Podcast host Mark Woods about the Jacksonville City Council starting workshops to discuss the potential sale of JEA.
Story Behind the Story: Is Putnam County coming back to life?
For years Putnam County has been among the poorest in the state, but new data suggest the county might be going through a revitalization. Times-Union reporter Andrew Pantazi spent a day in Palatka investigating.
Story Behind the Story: Gardner Minshew
You can call him Larry. On this episode of Page One podcast, Times-Union reporter Garry Smits talks about Gardner Minshew — and explains why the Jaguars QB getting Garry's name wrong in press conferences has become a running gag.
Story Behind the Story: First Baptist Church Jacksonville
What does First Baptist Church of Jacksonville's plans to sell much of its downtown property mean for downtown and the church? Times-Union reporter David Bauerlein talks about his coverage of the news with Page One podcast host Mark Woods.
Story behind the story: Jacksonville businessman faces Ponzi lawsuit
A sports car erupts in flames, nearly killing a Jacksonville businessman and leading dozens of clients to sue and ask: Where is our money? On this week's Page One Podcast, Times-Union reporter Steve Patterson talks about the story of Robert Hetsler.
Story behind the story: Duval sales tax referendum saga
Times-Union education writer Emily Bloch discusses the latest twist and turns involving a possible sales tax referendum.