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Daniel Kessler, a 2018 graduate of Ponte Vedra High School, recently served as youth governor for the Florida YMCA Youth in Government State Assembly event in Tallahassee. more
U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Corrigan ruled on Thursday, July 26 that the St. Johns County School Board can no longer prohibit transgender student Drew Adams from using the boys’ restroom at Nease High School. more
Allen D. Nease High School’s NJROTC Unit recently added yet another impressive achievement to an already successful year when it was selected the fifth Most Outstanding NJROTC Unit in the country by Naval Service Training Command. more
As many healthcare professionals know, chronic pain is a widespread but often under-reported health problem with a significant impact on society. In the U.S. alone, the costs of chronic pain can reach $600 billion annually (healthcare and lost productivity). What has come as a surprise to many medical researchers, however, is the number of children who suffer from chronic pain conditions. more
Girl Scouts of Gateway Council and Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) recently revealed 30 new badges to further enhance the Girl Scout experience available to girls ages 5-18. more
St Johns County would seem to be in an enviable position relative to the rest of the state of Florida. It's one of the wealthiest counties and has one of longest coastlines in the entire state. So why are we essentially non-existent relative to every other comparable county in terms of local funding for beach renourishment? In fact, virtually nothing has been spent on renourishment for its northern beaches, from Ponte Vedra to Vilano. more
Three respected local educators have endorsed Kelly Barrera’s bid for re-election as the District 4 representative on the St. Johns County School Board. more
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