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PGA Tour professional and Houston resident Chris Stroud recently pledged his support for those affected by Hurricane Harvey and the resulting flooding. more
Original Piece, a clothing store located at the St. Johns Town Center in Jacksonville, will help flood victims affected by Hurricane Harvey by offering 50 percent of all sales from the company's faith bracelets to the Samaritan's Purse, an evangelical Christian humanitarian aid organization. more
Thanks to a school gift from last year’s fifth-grade students, the Bolles Lower School Ponte Vedra Beach campus has a new physical education resource. School leaders applied the funds, at the students’ request, to the purchase of a gaga ball pit. more
The Salvation Army is holding its fourth annual Red Shield Ball Saturday, Oct. 14 at the University of North Florida to benefit the organization’s Red Shield Lodge, which provides shelter and support to women, children and families in crisis. more
Less than a year after Hurricane Matthew pounded Florida’s Atlantic coast, Gov. Rick Scott has once again declared a state of emergency. Although the exact path of Hurricane Irma has yet to be determined, the storm is currently categorized as a life-threatening Category 5 hurricane, and all Floridians are encouraged to make preparations in case of impact. more
According to the Florida Virtual Business Emergency Operations Center (FLVBEOC), taking the steps to build a business disaster plan and encourage employees to create a family emergency plan can reduce the impacts of a disaster on a business. The organization is providing business owners with the following tips amid Hurricane Irma. more
St. Johns County Emergency Management officials are encouraging residents to organize disaster supply kits for their pets so that every member of the family is prepared for the storm. more
To expedite residential and business re-entry in the event of an emergency, St. Johns County and all local St. Johns County agencies have discontinued the Re-entry Tag Program. more
In response to Hurricane Irma, the St. Johns County Emergency Operations Center has opened a hotline for residents to call regarding county services, storm response and events. more
St. Johns County is providing free sandbags to residents beginning at noon today, Sept. 6, at six locations throughout the county in preparation for Hurricane Irma. more
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