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Topics include: temporary library closure, Sisters in Crime meeting, Republican meeting, GTM exploration and Palm Valley Market. more
This is the first year that Ponte Vedra High School has had a speech and debate team in quite some time, and it has already left its mark in year one after winning a pair of state competitions. more
So many times, volunteering or doing a good deed can be done without knowing who is directly being impacted, but it is the hope and belief that an impact is being made that drives the cause. more
The state of Florida calls the Chinese Tallow tree a “noxious weed” because of its rampant spreading and adaptability to any soil condition, and because of that it is forbidden to sell, plant or transfer this tree within the state. more
There are several unique things to celebrate Mother’s Day this year, as people are always looking for unique ideas to spend time with mom. more
Courtney Lewis has spent the past decade as music director of the Jacksonville Symphony, and he has seen it grow in both the talent on stage and its cultural place with the community. more
Chris Mastoridis has been named Nease High School’s new athletic director. more
More than 300 people showed up for “Party for the Planet” at the St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park on Saturday, April 20. more
In some ways, the pandemic served as a kind of litmus test, identifying which businesses had the ability and imagination to pivot in the face of adversity and which did not. more
With 100 years of history in the books – or on the canvas – the St. Augustine Art Association is celebrating its centennial with an art show spanning the century. more
The St. Johns Cultural Council recently announced that Christina Parrish Stone will retire from her role as executive director at the end of the current fiscal year on Sept. 30. more
Members of the Teen Club at the link in Nocatee have once again demonstrated their commitment to community and creativity. more
The Ponte Vedra Women’s Civic Alliance has announced the recipient of its 2023-24 grant. more
Notices for Judith DeCarlo Scott, Margaret Jane Ford, Wanda Elaine Kyser and John Bruce Richardson. more
Topics include: Extract Juicery, archaeology lecture, beach cleanup, Earth Day coloring contest and resources for moms and infants. more
PGA Works Collegiate Championship action kicks off May 4. more
This week, Pacetti Road Self Storage opened its state-of-the-art indoor, temperature-controlled self-storage facility at 3645 Pacetti Road, St. Augustine. more
The St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce Ponte Vedra Beach Division held an after hours event on April 17 that was hosted by the Lisa Barton Team with Keller Williams Realty Atlantic Partners at their Sawgrass Village location. more
There are several Florida laws in place to make sure residents are safe while walking, riding a bike or driving on the roadways. more
The Valley Girls Golf League held its annual women’s member tournament at TPC Sawgrass on April 2. Both 18-hole and 9-hole twosomes competed for low gross and low net prizes. more
A park and public library will be coming to the Nocatee community in a couple of years following a recent decision by the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners to approve the project. more
Underwood Jewelers and Ayla’s Acres teamed up to host a David Yurman trunk show to benefit the no-kill animal shelter. more
The Rotary Club of Ponte Vedra Beach took part in the Earth Day cleanup event at Jacksonville Beach hosted by Beaches Go Green. more
The Jacksonville Humane Society is asking for the community’s help in saving the lives of underage kittens. more
The Monique Burr Foundation for Children’s annual charity fundraiser, A Night in the Vineyard, at SoNapa Grille in Jacksonville Beach raised $175,000 during the event. more
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