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The Ponte Vedra Auto Show is rescheduled for Sunday, Sept. 24. more
While most residents in the Greater Jacksonville area have seen their power restored following Hurricane Irma, many are still in need of fresh food and supplies. Seeing those needs, Farm Share, a Florida-based nonprofit, has stepped in to lend a helping hand. more
A photo of nursing home residents trapped in floodwaters in Dickinson, Texas, during Hurricane Harvey and the tragic deaths of nine patients at a nursing home in Hollywood, Florida, during Hurricane Irma raise questions about how retirement communities respond when a natural disaster strikes. more
“It was like our house was an island in the Intracoastal.” more
People and businesses weren’t the only ones affected by Hurricane Irma and forced to prepare accordingly. Pets and those animals waiting to become pets also had to be taken into consideration during the storm. 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
As the Northeast Florida community continues to recover from the significant impacts of Hurricane Irma on the region, there is one group of people who is being widely praised for its response to the crisis: the first responders. more
As Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA) and Florida Power & Light (FPL) engineers restore power to customers following Hurricane Irma, representatives from both companies revealed in exclusive interviews with the Recorder that restoration has been a challenging process. more
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