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State and federal recovery officials have urged Floridians to watch for and report any suspicious activity or potential fraud. more
When Hurricane Matthew threatened Jacksonville in 2016, Meghan Storck looked around her San Pablo neighborhood and took stock of what she wanted to save. more
Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens welcomed a new reticulated giraffe Nov. 24, the second born that week. more
First Coast children seeking to send their Christmas lists to Santa Claus may drop them off at Santa’s mailbox located near Nona Blue in Sawgrass Village and at the Ponte Vedra Recorder office. more
The Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens celebrated the healthy birth of two critically endangered Sumatran tiger cubs Nov. 20. more
On Dec. 4, the University of North Florida (UNF) hosted “PAWS Your Stress,” a biannual event for students held during finals week to ease end-of-semester stress. more
For the fourth year in a row, Ponte Vedra Wellness Center hosted a wellness fair for the community on Sept. 28. more
Woof Gang Bakery at Nocatee Town Center held its grand opening this past Saturday, Dec. 2. more
The Ponte Vedra High School Ocean of Sound marching band is back for the 2017 season with a new, more theatrical program, a larger band and a new set of expectations following a rewarding 2016 campaign, including a first-time state tournament appearance. more
The St. Johns County Council on Aging (COA) raised $23,000 at its seventh annual Christmas on the River fundraiser. more
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