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The following programs will be held at COA’s THE PLAYERS Community Senior Center, 175 Landrum Lane, Ponte Vedra Beach, beginning this month. more
A new initiative wants people to “think reusable” for a healthier planet and healthier athletes. more
There are a lot of fun things going on at THE PLAYERS Community Senior Center, 175 Landrum Lane, Ponte Vedra Beach. more
An open house was held for residents at Ponte Vedra Concert Hall Aug. 25 to get feedback about a pair of proposed plans for improvements to Cornerstone Park. more
The new Stillwater Golf and Country Club is officially open, and it became the first 18-hole course constructed in Northeast Florida in the past two decades. more
Wednesday, Aug. 31, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced a lawsuit against the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in response to the delay of more than 630 days in approving Florida’s proposal for its Canadian Prescription Drug Importation Program. more
St. Johns County’s 2022 primary election is now complete, and all results are final and have been certified to the Division of Elections. more
The Canvassing Board has ordered a recount for the County Commission District 4 race because there is only a 0.46% difference between the number of voters choosing incumbent Jeremiah Blocker and those choosing challenger Krista Keating-Joseph. more
St. Johns County Deputy County Administrator Joy Andrews was the speaker for the St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce’s Chamber at Noon event Aug. 17 at the Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa. She spoke about the importance of infrastructure and balance needed in the county. The luncheon was sponsored by Fields Auto Group. more
To kick off the new school year, local all-volunteer nonprofit HUGS St. Johns restocked emergency food pantries at more than 13 St. Johns County schools and afterschool programs, thanks to a donation from the Winn-Dixie Gives Foundation. more
In September, Columbia Restaurant patrons can help the St. Augustine Humane Society. more
Beaches Energy Services, Jacksonville Beach and the Beaches Sea Turtle Patrol have teamed up to protect the sea turtles along local beaches with the #CleanDarkFlat public awareness campaign. more
Altitude Trampoline Park, one of the world’s largest family entertainment brands with more than 85 parks open or in development, recently opened three new locations in just 10 days. more
The popular culinary destination weekend festival, Whiskey, Wine & Wildlife – W3, which has taken place on Jekyll Island, Georgia, since 2016 is now moving to Vilano Beach. It will be held Nov. 4-6. more
A “new normal” has taken over Northeast Florida’s housing market. more
Topics include: herbology course, Coastal Friends meeting, health screenings, postural workshop and Junior Achievement donation. more
THE PLAYERS Championship is inviting local nonprofits to submit applications to its grant program, which is open to nonprofit organizations in Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau and St. Johns counties. more
The First Coast of Florida has a rich pirate history, and ever since the St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum was established in 2010, Bill McRea has been bringing the place to life as Capt. William Mayhem. more
As a child, there were two jobs Michel R. Richardson especially loved when helping his mother in the kitchen: grating cheese and mixing up her meatloaf. more
This year marks the 19th Annual Amelia Island Jazz Festival, which will once again feature a weeklong celebration of the wonderful sounds that make Jazz what it is Oct. 3-9 in Fernandina Beach. more
A grant check for $500 was presented to Rethreaded’s Director of Development Priscilla Jones during its 11th birthday celebration July 30 at its new Hope Campus in Jacksonville on Saturday. more
The Second Annual Jacksonville Taco & Tequila Festival is back this year, as a two-day festival at Riverside Park near historic Five Points. more
Democrat Charlie Crist will face Republican Ron DeSantis on Nov. 8 in the race for Florida governor following Crist’s victory in Tuesday’s primary election. more
Local residents gathered for a rally Tuesday, Aug. 9, at the Palm Valley Barn for St. Johns County Commissioner Jeremiah Blocker, who is seeking re-election to the District 4 seat. more
The St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce held its Politics in St. Johns event at Soloman Calhoun Center in St. Augustine Aug. 11. more
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