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Rev. Adam Greene, the head of school for Episcopal School of Jacksonville (ESJ), was sipping scotch on a duck hunting trip with parents when one father asked him to identify the biggest problem the school faces with its students. more
Logan Mott, the 15-year-old Neptune Beach boy charged with the murder of his Mayport grandmother, waived his right to an extradition hearing Friday, Dec. 1 in Western New York, where he fled to the … more
St. Johns County has opened four Points of Distribution (PODs) for those affected by Hurricane Irma to receive water, assistance and information. more
In order to facilitate the community’s ongoing recovery from Hurricane Irma, St. Johns County is waiving vegetative, construction and demolition storm debris disposal fees for residents from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Oct. 7 and 8 at the following locations... more
According to St. Johns County, Florida Power & Light and JEA continue to report significant power outages throughout St. Johns County. more
Dr. Don Resio, a professor at the University of North Florida in ocean engineering and a meteorological expert, said in a Sept. 18 interview with the Recorder that Hurricane Irma had an "amazing amount of power" that would have made Hurricane Andrew look like a mere thunderstorm had it directly impacted Miami. more
The St. Johns County School District is seeking comments on the proposed 2019-2020, 2020-2021, 2021-2022 school calendars. more
This week's poor weather conditions may have forced the Jim & Tabitha Furyk Foundation to change venues for its annual “Hope for the Holidays” event, but it didn’t stop the charitable organization from ultimately helping those in need once again. more
As the owner of a few major event planning companies in Jacksonville, Anne Urban is the mastermind behind over 400 events per year on the First Coast. This holiday season, however, one particular event she has orchestrated is particularly special for her, as it happens to be taking place in Ponte Vedra, the community she has called home for 27 years. more
The Mickler’s Landing Beachfront Park, including the parking lot, beach access and all related facilities, will experience intermittent, temporary closures beginning as early as this week through March 1 while the site is used as a staging area for beach restoration efforts. more
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