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The St. Johns County chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America held a Meet the Candidates event June 27 to allow the community to hear from those seeking election in District 4. more
The Ponte Vedra Beach Municipal Service District (MSD) Board of Trustees voted to maintain the MSD’s .375-millage rate for fiscal year 2018-2019 at its meeting on Monday, July 9 at the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch Library. more
Recently recognized as the fifth Most Outstanding NJROTC Unit in the nation, Nease NJROTC restocked its high-performing cadet leadership ranks last month by successfully graduating a record 10 cadets at the Area 12 NJROTC Leadership Academy in Gainesville, Georgia, from June 10-16. more
With the unanimous approval of the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners, the controversy over Alta Mar Holdings LLC’s proposed plans for the sale and development of the Oak Bridge golf course appeared to have reached its conclusion in May. Following the filing of a lawsuit on June 14, however, it seems the public battle will indeed rage on, only now it will be in a courtroom. more
Seeking to make improvements to the Renaissance World Golf Village Resort, Atrium Hospitality received good news last month when the St. Johns County Commission voted unanimously in favor of entering negotiations with the company for the potential sale of the St. Johns County Convention Center at World Golf Village. more
Patrons of any of the seven Columbia Restaurant locations in Florida throughout the month of September will have the opportunity to donate to the St. Johns County Council on Aging as part of the restaurant’s 21st annual Community Harvest program. more
Crafting and maintaining a retirement plan entails some of the most important decisions you will ever make. more
The St. Johns County Council on Aging (COA) has named Judy Ahlquist, R.N., the new manager of the Coastal Home Care department. more
Jacksonville University is teaming up with alumnus Greg Nelson and Clear Choice Health Care to bring a skilled nursing facility adjacent to campus, benefiting students of the university’s Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences and providing a multigenerational environment for seniors. more
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