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Jacksonville Mayor Donna Deegan will be the guest speaker at the next Coastal Friends monthly luncheon, to be held April 3. more
Community Hospice & Palliative Care is joining the nation in celebrating Social Work Month this March, recognizing social workers’ invaluable contributions in hospice care. more
Notices for: Joseph D. Abrass, Mark Edward Archer, Christopher Paul Brunscheen, Mary Debarr, Corrine H. Garrison, Adriana Marina Pesce Guevara, Septime Valerie LaCour III, David Hugh Linden, Vien Van Pham and Judith Ann Zitiello. more
Holy Week welcomes visitors and locals to celebrate the rich religious history of Florida’s Historic Coast with an array of sacred ceremonies and cultural festivities from Palm Sunday through Easter Sunday. more
LBA Hospitality, a renowned hotel management company focused on delivering exceptional guest experiences, has announced the grand opening of Tru by Hilton Jacksonville West. more
The Jacksonville Humane Society (JHS), along with the City of Jacksonville’s Animal Care & Protective Service (ACPS) and First Coast No More Homeless Pets (FCNMHP), is seeking the community’s support to help save lives by sharing information on “what to do” when you find a litter of kittens. more
The Florida Legislature passed monumental health care legislation and funding this year. more
Topics include: beach cleanup, Palm Valley Market, Believing in Girls Breakfast, Ponte Vedra Woman's Club meeting and a Party for Prevention. more
The Monique Burr Foundation for Children (MBF) will hold A Night in the Vineyard, presented by MasterCraft Builder Group, from 6 to 9 p.m. April 2 at SoNapa Grille, 2400 3rd St. South, Jacksonville Beach, in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month. more
All Northeast Florida community members are invited to The Sisisky-Kleppinger Annual Endowed Lecture for Women’s Health from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 3. more
Spring cleaning is something many people are starting to do, and that sometimes includes cleaning up around not just the inside of a home, but also the outside of it. more
Nemours Children’s Health and the Jim & Tabitha Furyk Foundation teamed up with Blessings in a Backpack for a special event that was hosted at the Nemours kids zone area during THE PLAYERS on March 13. more
Sports have always been something unique that seems to bring people together, and that was the goal behind Jax Sports Night at the link in Nocatee on March 6. more
The ABC Wine Tasting event took place on March 13 of TPC Week and included a mix of fine wines and golf. more
Coaches can play a huge role in not only teaching the sport or subject they are instructing, but it is the special ones who realize they can make a difference beyond the basic material in front of them. more
Just as the name implies, THE PLAYERS Celebration was a time to be joyful in anticipation for the week of fun times and golf that was on schedule when the event took place on March 11. more
The Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa hosted its annual VIP party on March 16 of TPC Week. more
Donald Trump received 83.42% of the vote in St. Johns County in the 2024 Presidential Preference Primary. more
Election Day for the 2024 Presidential Preference Primary Election is Tuesday, March 19. more
The St. Johns County Education Foundation, which operates as Investing in Kids (INK!), has announced that scholarship applications for the Class of 2024 are open. more
American Legion Post 129 and American Legion Riders are hosting the fourth annual Challenge 22 Walk beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday, March 23, with net proceeds benefitting veteran suicide prevention programs and services in the beach’s communities. more
A delegation of Armenian women is visiting the First Coast this week to study women leaders and gender equality. more
Tournament officials have announced that Saturday tickets for THE PLAYERS Championship are sold out on the primary ticket page. more
With the wind gusting, the second round of THE PLAYERS got underway. more
This lecture explores the archaeological, artistic and written evidence for beer and brewing in Bronze Age (3000-1200 B.C.) Mesopotamia, as well as recent efforts to recreate Mesopotamian beer. more
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