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Four members of the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners voted at their regular meeting on Dec. 5 to censure Commissioner Krista Joseph in relation to statements she made during the Nov. 21 meeting. more
The Professional Artists of St. Augustine (PAStA) Fine Art Gallery, 214 Charlotte St., St. Augustine, will offer a mixed media workshop with Linda F. Hawkins. more
Topics include: College Life 101 program, beach toll attendants, Palm Valley Market and beach exploration. more
The Sontag Foundation has announced the three winners of its Distinguished Scientist Award, a $750,000 grant awarded through a competitive scientific review process. more
Guild Mortgage and Gorgeous Florida Homes, brokered by eXp Realty, will host their inaugural “Visit With Santa." more
The streets of St. Augustine were lined with spectators Saturday morning, Dec. 2, for the annual Christmas Parade, which featured dancers, musicians, classic cars, floats, pirates, movie characters, Santa Claus and much more. more
Vilano Beach Main Street Holiday Village activities continue throughout the month of December. more
The Rotary Club of Palm Valley recently held their successful Caring For Kids fundraising raffle. more
Notices for Patricia Ann Bane, LaVonne Blackburn, Jerry Butler, Frederick William Hoge, Muriel McGowan, Sandra Ann Schiefen and Barbara Ann Wamsley. more
Nonprofit ElderSource’s new Sharing and Caring Closet will accept consumable medical supplies for local seniors in need during a two-day “Shop & Drop” event Dec. 8 and 9 at its Mandarin headquarters. more
The Winston Family YMCA and the YMCA of Florida’s First Coast recently named former Jacksonville sheriff and past president of Edward Waters University Dr. Nathaniel ‘Nat’ Glover Jr. the 2024 recipient of the W.W. “Bill” Gay Community Impact Award. more
JAXUSL, the group dedicated to bringing USL professional soccer to Northeast Florida, has announced that Fred Taylor has joined its ownership team. more
Community Hospice & Palliative Care is offering Hope for the Holidays, a workshop will help attendees learn ways to cope with grief during the holiday season, determine what is right for them and their families and refocus energy on positive activities that honor and remember their loved ones. more
The number of Medicare scams tends to increase during the annual enrollment period, which runs from Oct. 15 to Dec. 7, but that doesn’t mean the scammers will go on holiday after that. more
Shoppers will be looking for the perfect holiday gift during the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville’s two-day Mini Market from noon to 4 p.m. Friday, Dec. 8, and Saturday, Dec. 9. more
The Museum of Science & History (MOSH) recently announced its second MOSH Wonderful Time of the Year campaign, featuring special promotions, events and donation opportunities. more
Topics include: Grief support group, Palm Valley Market, a family seining event and a chronic pain seminar. more
The following programs will be held in December at COA Center at Flagler Health+ Village at Nocatee, 351 Town Plaza Ave., Suite 205, Ponte Vedra. more
The following programs will be held at COA’s THE PLAYERS Community Senior Center, 175 Landrum Lane, Ponte Vedra Beach. more
Con games are as old as mankind and the forms they take are limited only by the imagination. more
St. Johns County Council on Aging (COA) is participating in the 2023 Subaru Share the Love Event. more
Palm Valley Child Development, a local educational institution dedicated to fostering holistic development in children, recently announced its designation as a Special Olympics Unified Champion School, having received the highly regarded National Banner recognition. more
The Jacksonville Symphony has announced that three new members have joined its advisory council. more
Residents of Cypress Village are taking the initiative this holiday season by partnering with Toys for Tots to spread joy to children in need. more
The grand opening of the newest Wawa Inc. store, located at 54 Cypress Edge Drive, St. Johns, will be held Thursday, Dec. 7. more
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