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The creation of the Ponte Vedra Beach Municipal Service District’s own police department and whether it is a possibility was discussed during the most recent MSD meeting May 9. more
Sea turtle nesting season is officially under way in St. Johns County through Oct. 31. more
Scott Maynard, director of economic development for St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce, and Val Matta, managing director of Jacksonville-based CareerShift, a division of Student Playbook, gave a presentation in April at the 59th Annual Cooperative Education and Internship Association Conference in Alexandria, Virginia. more
The Ponte Vedra Beach Branch Library has announced its list of adult events and services for the summer. more
The 2022 Leadership St. Johns class recently gathered for a group photo in the rotunda at Flagler College during the Education Program Day in March 2022. more
At a recent news conference, the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Telling the Full History Preservation Fund announced its award of $25,000 to the St. Johns Cultural Council. more
Mickler's Landing Beachfront Park will not be used as a staging site for the FEMA Dune Enhancement Project during the busy summer beach season. more
Adventure Landing hosted its 26th annual Easter Egg Hunts and Charity Raffles on April 16. more
Cynthia Battie O’Sullivan’s volunteer work, helping seniors navigate the often-confusing maze of Medicare choices and issues began with her husband falling victim to Medicare fraud. more
Rotary Club of Ponte Vedra Beach President Lori Anderson, right, congratulates Ed Dalton on his award from Rotary District 6970. Dalton recently received the award for his services as webmaster for both the district and the Ponte Vedra Beach club. more
A new study published in the American Heart Association journal Stroke showed that cases of a serious and more life-threatening type of stroke have been increasing in the United States. more
Everybody’s Favorite Barbecue and Hot Sauce Festival, a three-day event featuring food and live music at Orange Park Mall is set for May 13-15. more
Members of the National Honor Societies at Creekside, Nease and Ponte Vedra High School are selling duck “adoptions” as part of the effort for this year’s Rubber Duck Race in Ponte Vedra. more
On Saturday, May 14, the National Association of Letter Carriers will conduct its 30th annual national food drive, the largest food drive in the nation. more
The nature-first community of TrailMark is planning a day of music and fun at Groove in the Grove from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, May 14. more
Topics include: Jacksonville Arboretum & Botanical Gardens, grant applications and library speaker. more
According to a new study, Florida ranks 28th in the United States for improvement to seniors’ lives over the past decade. more
Starling, a senior living company in Nocatee, has landed on the first-ever U.S. News and World Report “Best Senior Living” list, which designates senior living communities as “best” in several categories. more
Vicar’s Landing Scholarship Committee, funded by members of Vicar’s Landing Retirement Community, has announced that more than $300,000 will be awarded as scholarships to 87 employees of Vicar’s Landing, including 10 children of employees. more
In-home care for senior citizens is nothing new, but one local couple has introduced a unique approach, in which seniors are provided the help they need by fellow seniors. more
K9s For Warriors is always looking for ways to help veterans deal with the mental stresses that can occur following military service, and they took that a step further by partnering with JWB Real Estate Capital to present Army veteran Jennifer Andreasen with a house. more
Junior Achievement of North Florida welcomed more than 200 guests and supporters for its 2022 Hall of Fame Luncheon at the University of North Florida’s Adam W. Herbert University Center on May 10. more
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has interviewed or attempted to interview six males, ages 17 to 19, in connection with a dead shark found last week on the campus of Ponte Vedra High School. more
The discovery last week of a shark carcass suspended from exterior rafters at Ponte Vedra High School has prompted an animal advocacy group to issue a plea for empathy lessons in schools and more than 6,500 people to sign an online petition. more
For women who choose to have an epidural or require a spinal block during childbirth, excellent anesthesia care is critical for a comfortable labor and delivery process. more
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