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We need to use innovative technology to help decrease the cost and improve the health outcomes of all patients. more
Almost 30 years ago, St. John’s Academy opened its doors as the first classical Christian school in Northeast Florida. more
Vintner Giuseppe Sala arrived in Ponte Vedra for the North Florida leg of his U.S. Wine Fiesta Tour on Jan. 12. more
A championship caliber football team needs a championship caliber roster. more
As we mark the halfway point of the 2023-2024 school year, I am pleased to report that we are off to a great start. more
Many residents in St. Johns County and Ponte Vedra Beach are wondering if they should use a mortgage to buy a home now or wait it out. more
The St. Augustine Art Association has been a mainstay in the local arts community for a century as the organization celebrated its creation 100 years to the day with a ceremony on Jan. 18. more
Jim Kleck has been the captain of the storytellers program at TPC Sawgrass for the past six years but will be moving to the West Coast of Florida later this year to be closer to family. more
Haven Hospice recently received a $25,000 grant from the Thomas A. Plein Foundation that will go toward supporting its dementia care program. more
The UF Health St. Johns Foundation will host its inaugural The Foundation 5000 on Jan. 27. more
We are in the thick of the winter season and even living in Northeast Florida can produce its share of extremely cold days. more
One of the biggest musicals in history will take the stage Feb. 1-5 at Ponte Vedra High School. more
Dr. Otis A. Mason, an educator, veteran and community leader, died Jan. 9 in St. Augustine at the age of 95. more
Like all schools, Episcopal School of Jacksonville graduates’ achievements over time may be based in part on how well they work with technological advancements such as artificial intelligence. more
A look at major career developments in the area. more
If you have a spare 25 grand to play around with, you can own the football Trevor Lawrence used in his first NFL game. more
Carl Roger Hashey passed peacefully on Jan. 5, 2024, after a prolonged illness. more
Dozens of local residents from diverse backgrounds and faiths gathered Thursday, Jan. 11, at Christ Episcopal Church in Ponte Vedra Beach to take a stand against antisemitism and all forms of hate. more
We are coming up on the warmer weather, and it's time to start planning your outdoor parties, but what can we do that is different and cool — and easy? more
The Beaches Fine Arts Series will present the Galvin Cello Quartet, winner of the 2022 Concert Artists Guild Competition, at 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 21, at St. Paul’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, 465 11th Ave. North, Jacksonville Beach. 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
As a parent or grandparent, you likely want to teach children sound money habits and help them become financially successful adults. more
The JAX Chamber has announced the Small Business Leaders of the Year for the 2024 term. more
The Jacksonville-Oceanside Rotary presented a check for $3,500 to Here Tomorrow, a local nonprofit that provides no-cost, no-wait mental health care for an entire year to individuals feeling hopeless or suicidal in Northeast Florida. more
With years of experience in the HVAC industry, Crissy Collins and husband Zach moved to Northeast Florida last year and launched World’s Greatest Heating & Air. more
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