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This article is the second part of a series on St. Johns County’s response to the recent shooting that took place at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. In an upcoming issue, the Recorder will speak with the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office about their plans to keep local schools safe. more
As part of its “Vision 2020” campaign to further grow and develop its audience, the Jacksonville Symphony is kicking off the new year by reaching out to Jacksonville’s Beaches. more
Randy Dexter, a 2014 graduate of K9s For Warriors, has been named the campus director of the nonprofit’s new, second campus near Gainesville. more
Following two consecutive years of devastating hurricane damage, residents of northern St. Johns County have found themselves facing a coastal crisis. With some homes collapsing onto the beaches already and others in danger of following suit, residents and elected officials alike are desperately seeking a solution, but it’s beginning to look like one won’t come easy. more
First Coast restaurants are offering Valentine’s Day specials to ring in this year’s romantic holiday. The following is a list of some of those places you can enjoy Feb. 14 with that special someone: more
First Lady Ann Scott, wife of Florida Gov. Rick Scott, kickstarted “Celebrate Literacy Week, Florida!” Monday, Jan. 22 at Ponte Vedra High School. more
The St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office is looking for four suspects accused of shoplifting more than $500 worth of alcohol from AAW Wines & Liquor, located at 2 Fairfield Blvd., Suite 9, in Ponte Vedra Beach. more
First Coast Democrats recently demonstrated their determination to tip the region’s political scale from red to blue and win big in November at a gala held in the Republican stronghold of Ponte Vedra Beach. more
Ponte Vedra resident Jeremy Scott Clark, 44, was arrested on Thursday, March 8 and charged by federal criminal complaint with distributing child pornography, according to the FBI. more
The St. Johns County Planning and Zoning Agency (PZA) last Thursday unanimously recommended approval of zoning and land use changes that would allow Alta Mar Holdings LLC to sell six holes of the Oak Bridge Club golf course for development into an age restricted residential community (55+) up to 330 units and four acres of commercial uses with a maximum of 15,000 square feet. more
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