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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
Ovico Gallery will present contemporary masterpieces by African artist Chike Onuorah, a Nigerian-born painter, as part of Black History Month. more
St. Johns Cultural Council will honor a select group of women for lifetime achievements and influencing arts and culture in St. Johns County. more
Nearly 100 new affordable apartment homes will be coming soon to St. Augustine. more
A child’s birthday is one day of the year that parents work so hard to make perfect for their children. more
St. Johns County has put out a call to action to its residents to help encourage the state to locate the proposed Florida Black History Museum in St. Augustine. more
Notices for: Bea Andrews, John Bracco, Richard Dean Crowder, Sr., William “Bill” Donovan, David Jordan, Andrew Kostecki, James Linfante, Mary Elizabeth Machael, Elaine Ray, Deborah E. Schur and Mary Evelyn Williams. more
Jacqueline Stanczyk, the supervisor of Fairfield’s security booth, is one local hero who deserves recognition. more
Hope at Hand recently shared details of its receipt of multi-year grants from three major philanthropic organizations. more
While your annual dental exam may seem like a routine task, it’s not so simple for dogs and cats. more
St. Johns County Commissioners removed an item from their regular meeting agenda Tuesday, Jan. 16, that would have addressed election-related comments made by Commissioner Krista Joseph during a previous meeting. more
Topics include: Glen Kernan land acquisition, beach cleanup, Serenata Beach Club, Palm Valley Market, beach exploration, Savvy Job Hunters, library speaker and Duval beach renourishment. more
The Hutson Companies’ SilverLeaf is still one of the fastest growing master planned communities in the nation. more
For nearly 30 years, the Gamble Rogers Folk Festival has celebrated the revered and legendary folk artist, Gamble Rogers. more
The new year means many things to many different people, but for those with a sweet tooth, it means that it is the start of cookie season for the Girl Scouts. more
Every year the tips given to the storytellers at TPC Sawgrass go toward helping local charities, and during 2023 the group was able to raise $36,000 as part of the tips its volunteers earned from the tours they offer of the TPC Sawgrass Clubhouse and the property throughout the year more
Finding a solution to the drainage issues facing many residents in the Ponte Vedra Municipal Service District remains in the process of being figured out, but it is moving along according to MSD trustee Mickey White. more
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