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Baptist Health is participating in a clinical study to measure the impact of using AI-powered mapping technology during procedures to treat patients with persistent atrial fibrillation. more
Baptist Health and Compass Surgical Partners have announced plans to jointly launch a network of ASCs branded as Horizon Surgery Center. more
Florida State Road A1A won’t be undergoing any changes in latitudes anytime soon, but it may get a new title to honor singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett. more
From outdoor items such a trikes, bikes and scooters, to indoor sensory tools such as light tables, magnetic letter tiles, blocks, puzzles and more, students at Ocean Palms with varying exceptionalities have new ways to learn and play thanks to a grant of more than $9,000 from the JT Townsend Foundation. more
The dynamic Culhane Sisters from Jacksonville are heading to the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival presented by Capital One for a weekend of fun, mingling with well-known chefs and international celebrities. more
Volunteers and board members helped spread some love to Dial-a-Ride customers for Valentine’s Day. more
A ribbon-cutting ceremony on Jan. 26 marked the completion of a more than two-year project to renovate the emergency care center at UF Health Flagler Hospital. more
Fiber artist Amy Dove is Butterfield Garage’s latest featured artist. more
Mary Fisher has completed the sale of Fisher Agency to Erin Gordon, a digital, traditional and creative marketing professional and entrepreneur. more
The Recorder’s garden columnist, Kathy Esfahani of Kathy’s Creative Gardens & Nursery, shares her tips for growing gorgeous gardens in Northeast Florida. more
The GATE Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Jacksonville-based GATE Petroleum Co., and GATE customers raised $50,000 for the American Lung Association. more
The housing crisis in St. Johns County continues unabated as the median price for a home hovers around $520,000. more
Patients at Wolfson Children’s Hospital are benefiting from a new member of the Family Support Services care team, but this team member has four legs and a tail. more
Fresh on the heels of his most recent success, Chef Michael Lugo is switching gears for his next culinary adventure. more
Republican Nick Primrose has filed to run for the District 18 state representative seat currently held by Rep. Cyndi Stevenson, who is term-limited, having served continuously since first being elected in April 2015. more
Some artists have a very strong local presence. Others are recognized worldwide. But only a select few can boast that their work is on the Moon. more
St. Johns County Emergency Management Deputy Director Kelly Wilson and Flagler County Emergency Management Director Jonathan Lord spent part of “Emergency Management Day at the Capitol” (Feb. 7) presenting House Speaker Paul Renner with the Florida Emergency Preparedness Association (FEPA) Legislative Achievement Award. more
The St. Augustine Art Association has announced the 19th Annual St. Johns All-County High School Art Show, featuring work from more than 150 students in grades nine through 12 thanks to a community outreach partnership with St. Johns County Schools. more
Walter Alford, 85, of Atlanta, GA, died February 10, 2024. more
Notices for Katherine Hibbs and Jean Marie Williams. more
Topics include: Food for Fines, Democratic Club, Palm Valley Market, Spring Carnival and Repticon. more
With three weeks to go until the strongest field in golf reconvenes at TPC Sawgrass, THE PLAYERS Championship sets the stage for the 2024 event by profiling four of the biggest names in the sport who are among the favorites to create their defining moment en route to hoisting THE PLAYERS trophy. more
In January, ImagineCare, a joint venture between Spark Pediatrics and CareSource, announced the appointment of Ponte Vedra resident Adam Beam as CEO. Beam is a seasoned manage care executive with more than 18 years of experience in both the public and private sectors. more
When Reedy Press contacted Amy Angelilli about writing a St. Augustine edition for its “100 Things to Do Before You Die” series, the local entrepreneur quickly realized how daunting the task would be — because the Nation’s Oldest City simply has too much to offer. more
The St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival will be held from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, March 9, and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday, March 10, at Francis Field, 29 W. Castillo Drive in downtown St. Augustine. more
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