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John George Terek of Ponte Vedra Beach passed away on March 2, 2024. more
Lewis Russell “Rusty” Wrenn, 70, of Encinitas, California, passed away from natural causes on September 27, 2023. more
Sidney Lanier Monroe, age 83, of Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, joined our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, on February 26, 2024. more
Notices for Alexey Bogomolov, Edward James Brice, Jr., Richard Arthur Heuer, Barry Paul Lieberman, Marilyn Matejcek, Raymond Nader, Raymond O’Steen, Benjamin Earl Ponce, William Smith and Phillip Thompson. more
PLAYERS Championship officials have announced that all tickets to The Deck have sold out. more
In the recent ACC Men’s Indoor Track & Field Championships, runners from Ponte Vedra High School competed on the winning team from University of North Carolina. more
The Operation Underground Railroad (OUR) Northeast Florida Conductors Club was invited by the Nease High School anti-trafficking club to participate in a human trafficking information night on Feb. 28. more
Charlene “Charlie” Savidge was, in her words, “destined to be in real estate.” more
When Gurpreet Misra considered how many women graduated at the top of their class and yet how few went on to employment as high-level executives, she had to ask: Where is the gap? more
Sunset Cruise for a Cause raises funds for the Florida Water Warriors, a 501(c)(3) with a mission to provide equitable marine science education for all. more
St. Johns County Library Programs Coordinator Karen Newsome recently received the Employee of the Year honor at the annual St. Johns County Service Awards, held at River House, 179 Marine St., St. Augustine. 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
The Jacksonville Women’s Expo takes place at the Prime Osborn Convention Center on March 16-17. more
Barbara Ritter, dean of the Davis College of Business and Technology at Jacksonville University, recently was elected to the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business Board of Directors as an official of an Organization from the Americas region. more
The Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum is expanding its footprint in the Nation’s Oldest City with the purchase of the historic Sanchez House at 105 St. George St. in St. Augustine. more
The Beaches Fine Arts Series will present the Kenari Quartet in a free concert of great saxophone music on Sunday, March 10, at St. Paul’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, Jacksonville Beach. more
The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum (CEAM) and Flagler College have announced a new exhibit curated by Laura Novoa and Adler Guerrier. more
There is a small group of local teens who are doing big things for their community. more
With an enormous installation by acclaimed artist Frank Stella dominating its atrium and a sizable crowd of supporters gathered for the festivities, the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville marked its centennial in grand style Thursday, Feb. 29. more
The Jacksonville Orchid Society’s annual Orchid Show will be held March 16-17 at the Mandarin Garden Club. more
First Coast Opera will stage Gilbert & Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance” on March 15 and 17 in Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College. more
The Shiva Robotics Academy provides hands-on STEM training to students in Jacksonville. more
The Friends of the St. Augustine Amphitheatre have announced the return of their popular summer camps. more
Investing in Kids (INK!) is accepting applications for the Take Stock in Children St. Johns County scholarship and mentoring program. more
The Gamble Rogers Folk Festival and St. Johns Cultural Council co-present “Live From The Waterworks,” a monthly concert series hosted at this venue built in 1898. more
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