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The following programs will be held at the COA Center at Flagler Health+ Village at Nocatee, 351 Town Plaza Ave., Suite 205, Ponte Vedra. more
With support from Old Town Trolley Tours and Ripley’s Red Train Tours, the city of St. Augustine will once again offer a free park-and-ride shuttle Monday, July 4, during “Fireworks Over the Matanzas.” more
Here's a look at some of the local Independence Day celebrations. more
This Independence Day is projected to be the second busiest since 2000, as travel volumes continue to trend upwards with no sign of slowing down. more
Topics: Clerk of Court recognized, Democratic Club to meet, line dancing class offered. more
THE PLAYERS Championship will accept applications for its Red Coats Grants until Aug. 5. more
St. Augustine is preparing for one of its biggest events of the year: “Fireworks Over the Matanzas.” It’s more
Summer poisonings happen so fast. more
Underwood Jewelers hosted a trunk show with proceeds from the event donated to Angelwood, which is a Jacksonville nonprofit with the mission of assisting families in their care of loved ones with special needs regardless of whether they are a child or an adult. more
The City of Atlantic Beach hosted its Inaugural Canine Carnivale June 11. more
The waterways will be a popular place for people to be this summer; however, the higher gas prices are giving something for boaters to think about. more
Voters are invited to meet candidates for elected office at the St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce “Politics in St. Johns” town halls planned for July 27 at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall and Aug. 11 at the Solomon Calhoun Center in St. Augustine. Both events are 5-7 p.m. more
The 4th of July holiday weekend is one of the busiest times on St. Johns County's beaches. more
Fostering Connections recently hosted the annual Night of the Arts fundraiser at the link in Nocatee to benefit its Career Readiness Academy program. more
On May 25, North Florida community members joined together at Pace Jacksonville’s Open House to meet Chantell Miles and tour the renovated center. more
United Way of St. Johns CEO and President Melissa Nelson will soon be serving a much larger group of people in need. more
Hundreds of guests slipped into their most fashionable shoes for the second annual Wine, Women & Shoes Jacksonville, an evening of shopping and fun supporting Episcopal Children’s Services (ECS). more
St. Augustine Community School of Performing Arts is planning its annual fundraiser, Dancing Stars of St. Johns County. It will be held July 9 at Flagler College Lewis Auditorium. more
HUGS Across The County has announced a new partnership with the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office to assist their deputies and staff as they provide support to local children-in-need. more
Topics include: committees seeking volunteers, bereavement support group, summer reading program, Tillman Ridge Transfer Station. more
Although prices continued to rise in May, Northeast Florida’s housing market began to show continued signs of a moderating trend that should make both buyers and sellers rejoice. more
Daniel, Florida’s oldest child service agency, recently hosted its annual 1884 Giving Society event at its Belfort Road campus in Southpoint. more
For nearly 30 years, the popular and family-friendly Palatka Blue Crab Festival has become an annual tradition, attracting thousands of guests to the scenic waterfront in downtown Palatka. more
The Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival took place in Fernandina Beach Memorial Day weekend. The annual event has become a fixture on the Northeast Florida calendar and something area residents look forward to each year. more
Something magical is happening in St. Augustine. Literally. more
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