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The Ponte Vedra Recorder offices will be closed Monday, May 29 in observance of Memorial Day. The office will reopen Tuesday, May 30. more
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) says a black bear recently sighted in Nocatee’s Greenleaf Village has not yet been found by its bear management team. more
The Ponte Vedra Beach Division of the St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce held a “Chamber at Noon” luncheon May 17 at Pusser’s Carribean Grille. more
Ace Hardware will be the anchor tenant of a new shopping center under construction on US1 in Ponte Vedra. more
Local business and community leaders received an update on the state of Florida’s tourism industry last week, when the St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra and The Beaches Visitors & Convention Bureau hosted its annual “State of the Tourism Industry Report.” more
The Greater Jacksonville area real estate market is healthy and ripe for continued growth, according to local real estate brokers. more
Maintain a positive outlook. Live well. And oh, yes, don’t die. Those were some of the tips for living to be 100 offered by local seniors last week, when the St. Johns County Council on Aging hosted its annual luncheon for residents aged 90 and over. more
The Monique Burr Foundation celebrated its 20th anniversary May 16 at the nonprofit organization’s annual “A Night at Roy’s” fundraiser, raising $55,000 for its programs. more
The Landrum Middle School chapter of the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) joined forces with Ponte Vedra’s Tropical Smoothie Café last week to raise money for Cancer Assistance for Parents (CAPS). more
Ponte Vedra resident Elizabeth Anthony recently received the Army Veterinary School scholarship. A lifelong Ponte Vedra resident, Anthony attended St. John’s Academy, graduating from Episcopal High School in 2012. more
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