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Jacksonville bride Meagan Bryan had her heart set for her wedding this upcoming spring until news came about the COVID-19 outbreak. Little did she know, she would have to postpone the wedding she had been planning for the past two years with her fiancé Noah Dellilo. more
Sandy Oaks resident Laura Schneider recently moved to Ponte Vedra Beach from Coral Springs, and she usually celebrates her birthday on April 22 – Earth Day – with a community gathering filled with eco-friendly activities. more
We have all learned a great deal about the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, in a short period of time. And the more we learn, the better recommendations health and governmental officials can offer to help “flatten the curve”. more
With the health and well-being of St. Johns County seniors as their top priority, St. Johns County Council on Aging (COA) has extended their recent program closures through May 31, 2020. more
The City of St. Augustine, in collaboration with Kinsa, Inc., launched its community health monitoring initiative on Tuesday by distributing 600 thermometers to eligible volunteer candidates, prioritizing city residents, utility customers, large-member households, and households with members who come in contact and interact with the public as part of their daily work or volunteering. more
Members of the Rotary Club of St. Augustine recently launched the organization’s newest initiative to commemorate the Club’s centennial anniversary with a program to help unemployed and furloughed workers in St. Johns County. more
Hugs Across the County, an all-volunteer nonprofit, works year-round to provide clothing, shoes, full size toiletries, new books and food to St. Johns County children-in-need, including the more than 400 local kids who are considered homeless. more
K9s For Warriors is responding to meet the needs of veterans and service dogs in training by keeping its doors open and joining #GivingTuesdayNow. more
According to the EPA, indoor air quality can be two to five times more polluted than outdoor air. During the spring and flu season, this can take a toll on family members who get sick or suffer from allergies. more
For an exceptionally long time, designers and consumers alike have relied on imported goods and furnishings for their design projects. more
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