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An unlawful termination lawsuit filed Aug. 25 by a former employee of the St. Johns County Clerk of Circuit Court against her former employer has been dismissed. more
The Recorder’s garden columnist, Kathy Esfahani of Kathy’s Creative Gardens & Nursery, shares her tips for growing gorgeous gardens in Northeast Florida. more
St. Johns Cultural Council, which promotes arts, culture and heritage, has announced its Fourth Annual Haiku Contest. more
You may take a “set it and forget it” approach to investing. But, over time, life events, the timing of when you need the money and market events are likely to compel you to revisit your strategy. more
In the science and technology labs at Jacksonville Country Day School, first graders embarked on a journey of creativity and exploration during their Makerspace Deep Dive. more
Samantha Minton, managing director for the First Coast Chapter of Blessings in a Backpack, accepts a donation from Palm Valley Rotary Club members Janeene Hart, Waine Banyas and Dave Gleason. more
Palm Valley Rotary Club members Waine Banyas and Janeene Hart present a donation to Peace of Heart Co-Founder Howard Groshell and spokesperson Josh Murphy. more
In a final day that harkened back to the American heroics at the 1999 Ryder Cup at Brookline Country Club, the team of 12 Northern Chapter PGA professionals overcame a seemingly insurmountable five-point deficit entering the final day singles matches to pull off a stunning victory in the 33rd edition of the Underwood Cup at Timuquana Country Club. more
Representatives of Baptist Health, Wolfson Children’s Hospital, Baptist Behavioral Health and THE PLAYERS Championship Village Inc. (The Village) held a ribbon-cutting Friday, Feb. 9, to open Wolfson Children’s new Behavioral Health and Wellness Unit. more
Shutta Crum writes books for children and poetry for adults. more
Ponte Vedra Church, located at 76 S. Roscoe Blvd., held a fundraiser on Saturday, Feb. 10, to raise money for Young Lives, a nonprofit organization with an office in Jacksonville Beach. more
Notices for Harry Burgess Jr., Thomas Edmund DeMuyt, Gailya G. Ennis, Derek Thomas Keller, Jane R. Michael, Dorothy “Dotty” Sachs, John G. Shea and Barbara Cummings West. more
Coastal Friends is planning “A Tasteful Tee Off to Spring” fashion show from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. March 6 at Marsh Landing Country Club, 25655 Marsh Landing Parkway, Ponte Vedra Beach. more
Feeding Northeast Florida announced on Monday, Feb. 12, its merger with longtime partner Renewing Dignity, an organization whose mission is to eliminate “period poverty” through menstrual product distribution, education and advocacy. more
The housing market in the six counties of Northeast Florida is improving for prospective buyers, according to statistics from January released this week by the Northeast Florida Association of Realtors. more
The Museum of Science & History (MOSH) invites families and individuals to enjoy exclusive access to explore the museum for its monthly Family Sensory Night, 6-8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 16. more
Topics include: beach exploration, Palm Valley Market and public meetings regarding county plans. more
The St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved the Parks and Recreation Department’s move to establish an annual family sightseeing pass. more
The Lumen Repertory Theatre’s inaugural production of its 2024 season will be the compelling drama “A Small Fire” by Obie Award winner Adam Bock. more
Celebrate St. Augustine’s rich Spanish heritage through food, wine, music and culture at the Spanish Food and Wine Festival. more
The highly anticipated return of what has been dubbed “the party of the weekend” is just a few weeks away, and tickets are on sale for the 2024 iteration of The Hangar Amelia Island. more
The creation of a no-parking ordinance along San Juan Drive just took a step closer to becoming a reality following a unanimous vote in favor of it by the Ponte Vedra Municipal Service District during its February meeting. more
THE PLAYERS continued its tradition in the weeks leading up to the tournament by hosting its charity shootout on Feb. 12. more
The Jacksonville Jaguars, through the Jaguars Foundation, announced that they will be accepting applications for the DREAM BIG Scholarship to support high school female football athletes pursuing higher education. more
It is with a grateful heart and peaceful spirit that I share with you my decision, as your St. Johns County Tax Collector, to not seek reelection in 2024. more
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