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Ponte Vedra Beach-based nonprofit organization Hugs Across the County is looking to add to its community of volunteers to help provide clothing, shoes, food, school supplies, mentors and more to St. Johns County kids. more
Local vendors are often a go-to choice when couples are planning their wedding ceremonies and receptions. As the "shop local" movement grows in popularity, weddings present a prime opportunity to embrace this movement. more
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum campaigned at an event in downtown St. Augustine on Sunday and urged those in attendance to “vote like our lives depend on it.” more
According to Florida Highway Patrol (FHP), a 44-year-old woman died on Saturday night after she was hit by a jeep while walking across State Road A1A in South Ponte Vedra Beach. more
According to the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office (SJSO), a 29-year-old Ponte Vedra man was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of domestic battery by strangulation after a verbal dispute with his girlfriend reportedly turned physical. more
Chemo Noir, a local nonprofit that provides financial support for cancer patients undergoing treatment, raised an estimated $10,000 at its annual fall gala fundraising event on Saturday, Oct. 13 at 3 Palms Grille in Ponte Vedra Beach. more
A dead finetooth shark was found washed ashore in Ponte Vedra Beach with the plastic brim of an old hat wrapped around its neck and gills on Friday, Oct. 12, and University of North Florida (UNF) professor James J. Gelsleichter believes the incident was both an isolated occurrence and indicative of a larger problem. more
Ges Selmont, a Democratic candidate for Congress in Florida’s 4th District and a Ponte Vedra Beach resident, hosted a fundraising concert last Wednesday, Oct. 17 at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall. more
It does not appear likely that a 1-percent increase in St. Johns County’s tourist development tax from 4 to 5 percent will be approved as a funding mechanism for local beach renourishment, despite the County Commission’s 3-2 vote directing county staff to move forward with drafting an ordinance on the matter at its Tuesday, Oct. 16 meeting. more
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