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Coastal Friends will induct a new slate of officers for the fiscal year starting July 1 at their monthly luncheon on June 5. more
Notices for Phillip Mercer Adams, Thomas E. Cole, Scott William Imray, Conrad Chester Jankowski, Gregory Todd Jones, Joe B. Rhodes, Deborah Swanson, William Theodore Tomson, Jr., and Leona Ann Wirth. more
On Thursday, May 2, the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum (CEAM), located at 48 Sevilla St. on the historic Flagler College campus, hosted an Art Portfolio Exhibition for some of the school’s soon-to-be graduates. more
Constance Stewart Green passed away April 27, 2024 after a long and fruitful life. 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
Typically, being a grandparent is mainly about fun and games (and candy, of course). more
100 Women Who Care Beaches chapter members donated $10,500 to The Literacy Alliance of NEFL. more
Pondering a gift for Mother’s Day? more
The final concert of Beaches Fine Arts Series’ 51st Season brings Emilio Solla and Tributango as a special Mother’s Day concert on May 12. more
I started writing this series on famous people who lived in Ponte Vedra because there was a list on the internet, and it made me wonder: Did these people really live here? more
Dr. Stephanie Pearce recently joined the staff at Nemours Children’s Health, Jacksonville, where she is director of sports medicine. more
Following a stroke, Marilyn Halusky's life took an unexpected turn, yet she refused to let adversity dampen her spirit. more
On April 30, a ceremonial groundbreaking event was held for the latest 55+ active living community coming to Jacksonville: RISE at Glen Kernan Park. more
Rise at Nocatee, a new 55-plus active living community one mile from Nocatee Town Center, has just completed its 10,000-square-foot clubhouse and public interest in the project is growing. more
UF Health St. Johns hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, May 1, in celebration of its newly expanded Behavioral Health Resource Center. more
The St. Augustine Yacht Club has announced its upcoming fundraiser cocktail party in support of the construction of its new youth sailing center. more
Alhambra Theater & Dining, 12000 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville, is offering a special ticket sale now through Mother’s Day. more
Global Traveler magazine recently announced the results of its 2024 Leisure Lifestyle Awards, with readers voting Amelia Island the Best Island in the U.S. more
Baptist Health has announced that Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville, Baptist Medical Center South, Baptist Medical Center Nassau and Baptist Medical Center Beaches all received A’s for providing the highest level of patient safety. more
On Saturday, May 11, the St. Johns County Parks and Recreation Department, in coordination with the St. Johns Cultural Council, will hold the 2024 Bartram Living History Fest at Alpine Groves Park, this year commemorating the 250th anniversary of naturalist William Bartram’s historic visit to Florida. more
As part of County Administrator Joy Andrews’ framework for open governance and efficiency, St. Johns County is unveiling a transformative budget workshop series for Fiscal Year 2025. more
Notices for Gonzales Barrington Johnson, Ann Boyd Saalfield and Elizabeth J. Wagner. more
On Tuesday, May 7, the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners unanimously voted down a proposed rezoning and a change to the county’s future land use map that would have paved the way for a 288-unit affordable housing complex off County Road 16A. more
As the spiritual leader of the Catholic Diocese of St. Augustine, I want to reflect on some recent developments regarding the Florida Heartbeat Protection Act and the upcoming abortion amendment. more
A lot has changed in Northeast Florida over the decades, but those who grew up here in the ‘50s and ‘60s still treasure fond memories of a simpler time on the First Coast. more
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