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The Northeast Florida Press Club hosted a Summer Mixer July 17 at the TPC Clubhouse in Ponte Vedra Beach. more
When doctors told Rabbi Nochum Kurinsky he needed to exercise more to recover from a heart attack, they likely didn’t expect him to respond by completing a 600-mile bike ride along the Atlantic coast. more
More than 700 people in a Guatemalan village now have access to clean water due in large part to the dream of one Ponte Vedra Beach resident, the support of her local Rotary club and the efforts of five female University of North Florida students. more
The Beaches Community Fund — an initiative of The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida — will make grants to a dozen nonprofit organizations this year totaling more than $315,000, which is more than twice what was granted in 2017. more
As St. Johns County continues its recovery from the impacts of recent hurricanes, many homeowners along the beach have begun taking precautionary measures to protect their property from future storms, including building seawalls — but at what cost? Contending that construction along Mickler’s Beach has detrimentally impacted the nesting of endangered sea turtles, Ponte Vedra Beach resident Nancy Condron intends to address the matter in court by filing a lawsuit against the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. more
St. Johns County is hosting a public meeting Monday, Aug. 13 at Faith Community Church, 3450 County Road 210, to provide residents with information regarding an upcoming County Road 210 widening project from Greenbriar Road to Cimarrone Boulevard. more
Reservations are now open for The Woman’s Exchange of St. Augustine’s annual “Christmas in October” luncheons, which coincide with holiday shopping at the historic Peña-Peck House at 143 St. George St. more
The Sawgrass Village SO MANY FAVORITES $1,000 Giveaway is open for entry through Aug. 19. more
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