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A male western lowland gorilla was born at Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens early Friday morning. This is the fifth gorilla born at the zoo, and the first since 2018. more
The demand for new homes in Nocatee has reached an all-time high, prompting The PARC Group, the community’s master developer, to offer a preview of neighborhoods planned to open by the end of 2022. more
Rose Ann and Chuck Points, owners of St. Augustine Sailing Enterprises, Inc. and Yacht Sales by Rose Ann will sponsor St. Augustine Race Week from Saturday, April 17 until Saturday, April 24, with a variety of adult and children’s-themed races and activities. more
Ocean Palms Elementary School has awarded three people its Volunteer of the Year awards: Ysabel Jack (Outstanding Youth Volunteer of the Year), Dr. Lucy Miller (Adult Volunteer of the Year) and Mark Tolton (Outstanding Senior Volunteer of the Year). more
This spring, Chabad Centers throughout St. Johns County will offer “This Can Happen,” a new six-session course by the acclaimed Rohr Jewish Learning Institute (JLI) that will address a pressing question on many minds: Is the current situation going to get any better? more
Events Calendar for April 15-21, 2021 more
Timucuan Parks Foundation’s 20th Anniversary Exhibition “Celebrate & Explore Our Wilderness Parks” opened last weekend during the Beaches Museum’s Annual Springing the Blooms Festival. more
From advertising agencies to center-of-the-plate food-and-wine festivals, the dynamic Jan Gourley is finally bringing her delicious Food & Wine Festival to St. Augustine, May 6-9, 2021. more
Freedom Boat Club Jacksonville will offer boating classes at the Jacksonville Spring Boat Show. more
A unique food drive started nearly eight years ago by two local boys continues this year, and members of the community can get involved. more
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