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The Recorder’s garden columnist, Kathy Esfahani of Kathy’s Creative Gardens & Nursery, shares her tips for growing gorgeous gardens in Northeast Florida. more
Nocatee residents are noticing new presents along a popular fitness trail this gift-giving season. more
According to the American Heart Association, visits to the ER for cardiac events like heart attacks spike this time of year. more
In the spirit of giving, the AT&T Pioneers partnered with the MaliVai Washington Youth Foundation for the 15th year to host the highly anticipated AT&T Pioneer Parent Shop event on Dec. 13. more
More than 100 middle and upper school student researchers shared their projects at the annual Bolles Science Expo on Dec. 7 in Cain Gym on the Bolles Upper School San Jose Campus. more
The staff at Ocean Palms Elementary School recently recognized their standout team members. more
It has only been about six months, but Amanda Medford has begun to come into her own as a local business owner with Amanda’s Char-cutie Boards. more
This year’s annual Nights of Lights festival in St. Augustine is an event where people can walk or ride around downtown St. Augustine and get in the festive mood with so many businesses taking part and lighting up and decorating for the holidays. more
There is a proposed bill set to go forth before the Florida legislature during the state legislative session this year that pertains to special districts and the rules surrounding them. more
Dr. Erika Hamer is the new chair for the St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce’s Ponte Vedra Beach Division. She is the owner of Ponte Vedra Wellness, and this is the third time she has held a chair position at some point since joining the Chamber nearly two decades ago. more
Are active funds better than passive funds or vice versa? more
The Florida Forum Speaker Series, presented by The Women’s Board of Wolfson Children’s Hospital, will welcome entrepreneur Steve Wozniak on Jan. 17. more
Flagler College has earned the designation as a College of Distinction for the 2023-24 academic year. more
The St. Johns County Education Foundation Inc., which operates as Investing in Kids (INK!), recently received a donation of $32,000 from All American Air Charitable Foundation in St. Augustine. more
As the housing market continues to recover from the pandemic, market numbers for November are fairly typical for the holiday season more
Organizers are spending today (Friday, Dec. 15) preparing Deck The Chairs for a major weekend weather event. more
Strong to severe storms are possible for St. Johns County over the weekend. more
Strong-to-severe storms are possible for St. Johns County over the weekend. more
Culver’s has more than 900 restaurants across the United States, but its St. Augustine location is standing out among the best. more
The First Coast’s latest professional soccer team officially has a team crest, name and colors following an announcement on Dec. 13 that unveiled all three to the public. more
The We Can Be Heroes Foundation did its part in carrying on the legacy of those who lost their lives at Pearl Harbor with a remembrance ceremony at the VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in downtown Jacksonville on Dec. 10. more
The Ponte Vedra Municipal Service District held its final meeting of 2023, and one of the major discussions dealt with the best way to approach a pair of lots that stretch from State Road A1A to Sunset Drive. more
The St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce Ponte Vedra Beach Division held its annual Jingle Mingle holiday social at Marsh Landing Country Club on Dec. 7. more
The link in Nocatee hosted a community Christmas party on Dec. 8. more
Nease boys soccer is hosting the third annual Holiday Cup on Dec. 21 with a pair of matchups as four local teams get together for a good cause and competitive soccer. more
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