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The Grinch named COVID-19 could not keep a Beaches holiday favorite from coming back this year. more
COVID-19 has forced many people out of their jobs – in some cases, jobs they have held for years, jobs from which they had one day hoped to retire. Now, those same people face the prospect of having to enter entirely different lines of work. more
Capture a blazing sunrise from your balcony, a dusky purple sunset, a playful dolphin peeking out of the ocean for an instant. more
Ponte Vedra resident and tour guide Gary Sass shares his experiences from his recent journey hiking the Appalachian Trail in a five-part series to be featured in The Recorder. Here is Part 4. 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
St. Augustine’s annual Nights of Lights will return this year, though with a few changes to keep visitors safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Local residents had an opportunity to hear from three candidates and ask questions about the issues Monday during a meeting of the Ponte Vedra Beach Coalition. more
The City of St. Augustine has withdrawn the citywide face-covering mandate it imposed on June 26. more
Pet Partners, a nonprofit organization based out of Washington, is holding the world’s largest Pet Walk on Saturday, Sept. 26, a special time dedicated to getting out and about with your furry friends. more
The MaliVai Washington Youth Foundation is holding a virtual gala this year in lieu of its traditional event due to COVID-19. more
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