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U.S. Rep. John Rutherford (FL-04) released a statement on Sept. 22 in support of the passage of H.R. 6448, the Invest to Protect Act of 2022, by a vote of 360-64. more
St. Johns County Administrator Hunter Conrad and public safety officers presented the following report during the Tuesday, Oct. 4, County Commission meeting on the local impact of Hurricane Ian. more
The deadline for Florida residents to register to vote in the upcoming general election is Tuesday, Oct. 11. more
St. Johns County urges residents to save sandbags that did not come into contact with flood waters for future storms. more
Sept. 17 marked the 75th anniversary of the founding of the United States Air Force, and the occasion was celebrated by residents and staff at Cypress Village. more
The Girl Scouts of Gateway Council is launching its fall recruitment campaign for new members. more
Just in time for fall and spooky season, the Ximenez-Fatio House Museum, a circa 1798 former boarding house located on the oldest street in America, will hold candlelight tours titled “Mourning and Mortality — A Century of Death.” more
Nease High School kicked off the first Beaches Go Green Mickler Road Clean-up of this year. more
Now that Tropical Storm Ian has passed, residents and businesses are beginning the process of recovery. Here are a few items worth noting. more
Nothing could be more thrilling for local and regional foodies than to announce “Whiskey Wine & Wildlife” — a new culinary weekend festival coming to Vilano Beach on Nov. 4-6. more
As Hurricane Ian ravaged communities across the State of Florida, the Florida Coalition for Children Foundation has mobilized its network and established the FCCF Disaster Relief Fund to provide much needed funds and immediate assistance to support the rescue, relief, and recovery of the children, youth and families associated with Florida’s child welfare system of care. more
With Hurricane Ian moving out of the North Florida region, regular operations of Flagler Hospital resumed at 8 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 30. This includes visitation for hospitalized patients. … more
Preparations are underway at Adventure Landing in Jacksonville Beach for Haunt Nights 2022. more
Students from the dance team at Tocoi Creek High School are planning a remote pet food drive to help people facing the rising cost of pet food. more
The St. Augustine Humane Society is planning its 12th annual Pin-Up Paws Party featuring the 2023 Pin-Up Paws Pet Calendar. more
Wesley Wells Farms, 2680 Ada Arnold Road, west of St. Augustine, held its second annual Pumpkin Festival on Saturday, Sept. 24. The fields were open for visitors to pick up some pumpkins, fresh vegetables and farm merch. There were also games and farm animals to see. Here are a few photos from the event. more
The St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners approved the tax rate for FY 2023 at a special meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 20. more
Topics include: one-cent sales tax, senior center event, Mega Open House and Palm Valley Market. more
The Sawgrass Village Shopping Center is under new ownership. more
Local State Farm Insurance agent Edie Williams presented a check for $2,500 to Beaches Go Green founder Anne Marie Moquin at her Ponte Vedra Beach office Sept. 21. more
Dr. Hollie Hickman and her staff at Ponte Vedra Plastic Surgery are preparing for October and breast cancer awareness month. more
The National Hurricane Center has issued a hurricane watch for St. Johns County today (Wednesday) in anticipation of Hurricane Ian. more
Flagler Health+ reports that it continues to monitor storm projections closely and is taking all necessary precautions from a supply, staffing and facilities perspective to ensure preparedness. more
St. Johns County issued evacuation orders effective at 6 a.m. Wednesday for zones A and B, which includes the entire City of St. Augustine, the City of St. Augustine Beach and those living on waterfront property or flood-prone areas. In addition, the county is also evacuating part of zone F for residents south of County Road 214. more
The St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce is closely monitoring Tropical Storm Ian. more
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