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Dr. Don Resio, a professor at the University of North Florida in ocean engineering and a meteorological expert, said in a Sept. 18 interview with the Recorder that Hurricane Irma had an "amazing amount of power" that would have made Hurricane Andrew look like a mere thunderstorm had it directly impacted Miami. more
As the Northeast Florida community continues to recover from the significant impacts of Hurricane Irma on the region, there is one group of people who is being widely praised for its response to the crisis: the first responders. more
As Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA) and Florida Power & Light (FPL) engineers restore power to customers following Hurricane Irma, representatives from both companies revealed in exclusive interviews with the Recorder that restoration has been a challenging process. more
RAMONA, an original jazz-meets-R&B eight-piece outfit based in St. Augustine, released its new single “Not Your Mama” Sept. 18 off its self-titled album, and donated all proceeds made on the release date to assist victims impacted by Hurricane Irma. All proceeds from sales of the band's album and single made on Sept. 18 went directly to the American Red Cross. more
As Northeast Florida begins to recover from Hurricane Irma, Congressman John Rutherford pointed residents to federal disaster relief programs that can help with recovery. more
Due to significant erosion caused by Hurricane Irma, the Roscoe Boulevard bridge north of Landrum Lane will be closed for repairs beginning Thursday, Sept. 21. more
The Salvation Army will open food canteens to feed St. Johns County residents impacted by Hurricane Irma for dinner from 6 to 7 p.m. today, Sept. 14, at the following locations... more
The NFL and Jaguars confirmed this week that the team’s home opener against the Tennessee Titans will be played Sunday, Sept. 17, at 1 p.m. at EverBank Field, as scheduled. more
St. Johns County is offering a limited number of free tarps for residents with homes affected by Hurricane Irma. more
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