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On Dec. 5, the TPC Storytellers hosted a luncheon at the TPC Clubhouse to present four local nonprofits with a monetary award of $25,000 divided among the organizations. more
St. Johns County is once again hosting its annual Christmas “tree-cycling” program for those who wish to recycle Christmas trees after the holiday. more
The St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners is providing residents who have an interest in serving their community and participating in local government with a variety of board and committee opportunities. more
The St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office (SJSO) is investigating a stolen car incident that took place Thursday night in Ponte Vedra, creating a chaotic scene and causing concern for local residents. more
One of the Beaches’ staple institutions is wrapping up its 40th year by rolling out a new name and logo. more
Beth El Sisterhood’s annual fashion show fundraiser turned out to be a success for both Beth El and its charitable causes. more
A fire at the Seawalk Hotel in Jacksonville Beach on Nov. 29 has displaced more than 50 vulnerable individuals and will result in the rebuilding of the structure, according to hotel owner James Stockton. more
Nearly 100 students recently participated in the display of their scientific studies at Alice B. Landrum Middle School’s annual science fair. The winners of the competition were as follows: more
Dollhouses have been a staple of child’s play for centuries, but they can also be used by children as an escape from a bad situation, a place to reimagine a normal, happy life or a safe way to share a heartbreaking story. more
Nocatee resident Diane Machaby has recently been hired as the executive director of the Jacksonville Arboretum & Gardens (JAG). more
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