COVID-19
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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Betty Griffin Center extended the date to accept submissions from St. Johns County Students for the 2021 ‘A Day Without Violence’ Art and Poetry Contest through May 31. more
During the “stay at home” order the country is trying to make sense of, the St. Augustine’s Billy Buchanan is making it his mission to bring joy and a special connection to his fans around the United States and Europe, through his “themed” weekly live streaming shows. more
Jacksonville Symphony President & CEO Steven Libman announced April 20 symphony musicians and staff will continue to receive full salaries and benefits through the end of the season regardless of concert cancellations. more
A recent graduate child psychology at the University of North Florida, Christiana Mosby’s short tenure as a guidance councilor in the region has resulted in over 10 calls to the Department of Child Services in just under three years. more
It’s official: Gov. Ron DeSantis announced that Florida schools will be shut down for the rest of the academic year. And while keeping students safe is priority, keeping students structured at home is another struggle. That’s where businesses like the Tutoring Club and Kumon of Ponte Vedra can help. more
While many are forced to stay home to avoid the threats created by COVID-19, golfers stay on the course to seek fresh air and their sanity. more
St. Johns County beaches are now open from 6 a.m. to noon seven days a week for uses that include physical activity and motion. Activities now permitted on St. Johns County Beaches include walking, … more
The number of cases COVID-19 cases reported in St. Johns County actually dropped by one since Saturday after officials from the Florida Department of Health completed investigations of each … more
The Beaches Emergency Assistance Ministry staff and volunteers remain resilient to continue to serve families in Jacksonville’s Beaches area communities who have been hard-hit by the economic impact of COVID-19. more
For many, Facebook Live streams, YouTube and radio broadcast sermons brought the church to churchgoers, making a safe and effective way to deliver a small amount of normalcy and connection for those looking to celebrate their faith. more
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