Suwannee Valley Times is distributed into the following cities and towns: Lake City, Live Oak, Madison, Branford, Dowling Park, Falmouth, Lee, Wellborn, Jasper, White Springs, Fort White, High Springs and Alachua

Downtown Café named Small Business of the Year

Suwannee Valley Cornhole Tournament Raises over $5,700 for United Way

-Photo: SVEC

Scarecrow Festival was great fun at Hearthstone Gardens

LEGAL SERVICES (WANTED) FOR THE TAYLOR COASTAL WATER & SEWER DISTRICT 

Perry, Fla., – The Taylor Coastal Water & Sewer District is searching for an attorney to provide legal services to the Taylor Coastal Water & Sewer District.

First Federal Bank Named Best Small Bank in Florida

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For the second year in a row, First Federal Bank was named in Newsweek’s America’s Best Banks 2022 as the Best Small Bank in Florida.

SAMARITAN’S PURSE OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD SHOEBOX COLLECTION WEEK IS   

November  15 – 22,  2021

Ellianos Coffee Raises Funds for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF)

 


By: Holly Key

October is not only a month of fall celebrations and Halloween thrills, but it is also a time for us all to bring awareness to an illness that, according to the American Cancer Society, affects about 1 in 8 women and about 1 in 833 men - breast cancer.

SUWANNEE OCT. 19 COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA

SUWANNEE COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

JUDICIAL ANNEX BUILDING

218 PARSHLEY STREET SOUTHWEST

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA  32064

TENTATIVE AGENDA FOR OCTOBER 19, 2021, 5:00 P.M.

Parents bring lawsuits to end school mask mandates

No mask mandate battles continue in eight Florida school districts. -SVT Photo

By Tami Stevenson

A lawsuit was filed against school officials in Alachua County last week for defying the state’s ban on school mask mandates. They were filed on behalf of parents that support Governor DeSantis and The Florida Department of Education’s no mask mandate law, that allows parents to make the choice whether their child wears a mask to school or not.

Florida businesses may be prohibited from going cashless

Cash transactions are taking a back seat to credit cards.
-SVT Photo