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Visitation and hotels revenue during the months of January, February and March have been the highest ever recorded for Jacksonville, with March 2018 being the best month in the history of the city's tourism industry. more
The St. Augustine Orchestra’s season finale “One Night Only” will kick off Memorial Day Weekend with an orchestral tribute to some of the great touring pop artists of recent decades. more
First Coast Opera in St. Augustine is holding auditions for singers on Sunday, July 1, from 1:30 to 5 p.m. for the 2018-19 season. more
Because some things are simply more appreciated with age, Silver Creek in St. Augustine is hosting free Antiques & Heirlooms events on Thursday, May 17, at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. more
Representatives from Principal Senior Living Group and the St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce celebrated the groundbreaking of Benton House of St. Johns — a new senior living community in St. Augustine — on Wednesday, May 9. more
According to the CDC, nearly 800,000 Americans experience a stroke every year, and roughly one in four of these cases are second, or recurrent, strokes. In addition, per the National Stroke Association, having a stroke dramatically increases your risk of another one, especially in people ages 65 and older. more
I have long advocated that people prepare for the future rather than merely take what outcomes the future has in store for them. One area that particularly concerns me is the potential use of long-term care services. more
After six decades of service to River Garden Senior Services, Sheldon Gendzier has decided to “retire.” more
Silver Creek Senior Living hosted a spring fashion show on Thursday, April 12. more
Residents of the Palms at Ponte Vedra enjoyed a Mother’s Day Tea on Sunday, May 13 to celebrate the occasion. more
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