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As the celebration of lifelong love and commitment between two people, the planning of a wedding can often be a daunting task. From the date and location to the décor and more, there are many factors that go into the planning process to ensure the bride and groom and their guests can look back on the day with nothing but happiness. more
It’s no secret that St. Augustine is home to several bed and breakfasts and boutique hotels. What may come as a surprise, though, is that there is one relatively new property in the Ancient City that marries both concepts together. more
Teach For America–Jacksonville is this year celebrating its 10th anniversary. more
The 13th annual Taste of Golf event benefitting the First Tee of North Florida was held June 28 at TPC Sawgrass. more
Local historian Scott Grant delivered a presentation July 25 in Nocatee entitled “The Summer of 1964,” detailing the history of civil rights in St. Johns County and the crucial events that led to the Civil Rights Act. more
First Coast residents and visitors celebrated the Fourth of July in downtown St. Augustine with a fireworks show over the historic bayfront, a live concert and more. more
Rock Solid Law hosted Sterling’s Summer Pier Dance benefiting the Beaches Emergency Assistance Ministry (BEAM) on June 13. more
Palm Valley Academy in Nocatee is one of the latest schools to open on the First Coast as a result of continued growth in St. Johns County. more
Kaye D. Schmitz is a mystery author who lives at World Golf Village in St. Augustine. Her first novel, “The Consort Conspiracy, A Covington Family Mystery,” was released in 2017. Her next book, “The Revealing Room,” is coming soon. more
Duval County Public Schools and the greater Jacksonville community welcomed new Superintendent Dr. Diana Greene at a special reception held July 17 at the University of North Florida’s Adam W. Herbert University Center. more
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