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St. Johns County residents gathered in the lobby of the Renaissance Hotel at World Golf Village Tuesday, Aug. 21 for an “old-fashioned hobnob” hosted by the St. Johns Federated Republican Women. The event, which included a straw poll, offered voters the opportunity to learn more about some of the Republican candidates running for office in Florida’s 2018 primary and general elections. more
Medina Blekic was a standout member of Nease’s NJROTC program, a patriot who was known to proudly sing the national anthem at various events throughout St. Johns County. more
After a year of construction, the Bolles School’s new 10,800-square-foot gym and multipurpose building at the Lower School Ponte Vedra Beach Campus was officially opened Aug. 13 — the first day of school — with a luau-themed celebration hosted by school leaders. more
One person was killed Monday morning in a single vehicle crash on Solana Road in Ponte Vedra Beach, according to the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office (SJSO). more
Early voting for the Aug. 28 primary election began Saturday, Aug. 18 and will continue until Saturday, Aug. 25. more
Karsten Jacobson, an Edward Jones financial advisor in Ponte Vedra Beach, will participate in a portion of a transcontinental walk on Tuesday, Aug. 28 to raise awareness of Alzheimer's disease. more
District 4 St. Johns County School Board Member Kelly Barrera met with local parents at the Plantation at Ponte Vedra Beach’s Beach Club Monday, Aug. 20 to discuss some of the key challenges the school district is facing and how she intends to address them if re-elected to another term. more
Last Friday, Aug. 17, the Nemours Fund for Children’s Health Women’s Committee hosted its second annual tea party at the Plantation at Ponte Vedra Beach to launch yet another year of raising funds and awareness for Nemours Children’s Specialty Care in Jacksonville. more
After 22 months of recovery from hurricanes Matthew and Irma, the historic St. Augustine synagogue, First Congregation Sons of Israel, is reopening its sanctuary. more
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