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Coastal Wine Market was also the setting for an after-hours cultural event hosted by Watson Realty Corp.’s Nocatee office. Realtors enjoyed refreshments while socializing with their colleagues. more
Local residents had an opportunity to learn more about wine last week, when Nocatee’s Coastal Wine Market and tasting room hosted Oregon vintner Ken Wright. more
Ponte Vedra High School senior Casey Hiden recently received a $1,000 scholarship to LaGrange College in Georgia after participating in the college’s Presidential Scholarship program. more
Nearly a year after its planned purchase of Accotink Academy By the Sea fell through, Keystone Child Development Center is moving forward with a new plan to open a day school for infants through grade 5 at the former Accotink site in Palm Valley. more
Second grade Bolles students recently brought history to life with the school’s annual live wax museum performance at the Bolles Lower School Ponte Vedra Beach Campus. more
First Coast News Anchor Jessica Clark will be the guest emcee at The Loretta Swit Annual Gala, to be held Friday, April 7 at the TPC Sawgrass Clubhouse in Ponte Vedra Beach. more
Award winning author, journalist and St. Augustine resident Andrew Nagorski will discuss his latest book, “The Nazi Hunters,” in a free presentation to be held April 23 at 2 p.m. at Temple Bet Yam in St. Augustine. more
The St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners unanimously passed a temporary moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries last week. more
U.S. Rep. John Rutherford and General Philip M. Breedlove visited Fleet Landing recently to discuss both domestic and international affairs. more
When resident Bess Turk first moved into her home in Cypress Village, her life suddenly changed. more
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