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The United Way Givers Gala was not only rescheduled, but also reimagined this year. With concerns for health safety, the event typically held in January, was moved to May 7. The nonprofit’s strong desire to protect the wellbeing of guests also required the event decreased attendance significantly. more
A fundraiser will be held Saturday, May 1, for five-year-old Jaxen Mathis, who suffers from brain cancer, and his mom. more
It is easy for animal rescue shelters to become overcrowded, and when overcrowding happens, some shelters turn to euthanasia, but not this St. Augustine based shelter. more
Technology-based education has become increasingly necessary in today’s world. more
One of the surprises of the pandemic has been its impact on the boat market: sales have been skyrocketing. more
As business owners – or prospective business owners – look ahead to the post-COVID period, many are asking how they might best finance improvements or a start-up. more
The A1A Scenic & Historic Coastal Byway is a winner of the 2021 National Scenic Byway Foundation's Byway Community Award for its Eighth Annual Spoonbills & Sprockets Cycling Tour – Crazy 8's event. more
On Monday, April 12, leaders of Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville and Wolfson Children’s Hospital, along with donors Mark and Meredith (Chartrand) Frisch and their families, celebrated the enhanced birthing and postpartum experience mothers, babies and families now have on the hospitals’ main campus. more
April is National Volunteer Month, and Community Hospice & Palliative Care is promoting and celebrating volunteerism. more
As society struggles to find a way forward amidst the ongoing pandemic, a First Coast eye-surgery practice has proven that even COVID-19 can’t stop people from seeking – and acquiring – what is most important to them. more
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