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Tucked into the gigantic "Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES)” Act were two key changes you should know about, regarding required minimum distributions (RMDs). more
Amid the scrutiny and devastation of COVID-19’s effect on the travel trade, one industry has kept the attention of a persistent and wary eye – cruise lines. more
Seniors, disabled adults and their caregivers can get free, live help from trained customer service specialists and information about local programs and services through ElderSource’s HelpLine. more
Mercedes-Benz USA and its Southern Region Office in Jacksonville, announced it is preparing 2,500 meals for families and children in need and enabling thousands more to be delivered through the donation of 13 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans for a duration of at least three months to organizations that feed Jacksonville’s most vulnerable residents. more
In response to the increased demand and urgent need currently experienced by local food assistance programs due to COVID-19, St. Johns County in partnership with United Way of St. Johns County, the St. Augustine Amphitheatre and Ponte Vedra Concert Hall will hold two “drive-thru” food drives to help restock critically low local food pantries. more
Seeing one pale and freshly wide-eyed human working to discover all the undiscovered colors, smells and soft touches of eager family fingers should have been the post-delivery experience of new mom Kristen Howell more
While the COVID-19 pandemic still has most areas in isolation, assisted living centers across St. Johns County are preparing for their Mother’s Day celebrations, honoring residents and their families, quarantine-style. more
In an effort to assist with economic recovery, St. Johns County is distributing Small Business Recovery kits to support local employers in providing a safe and healthy environment for employees and … more
It has been a difficult couple of months, with the world reacting with uncertainty to the coronavirus and market news. more
The COVID-19 outbreak has crowds lining up for sanitizers, wipes, gloves and for some reason, toilet paper. But are these crowds also properly using their supplies to clean properly and efficiently? more
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