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Nocatee residents, James and Kristen Howell, welcomed their newborn boy into the world on April 11. While many things have come to an abrupt halt during the pandemic, Calvin Howell wasn’t one of them. more
To better prepare small business owners financially, the St Johns County Chamber of Commerce’s North Business Council held a virtual meeting April 10, focusing on how can adapt during the COVID-19 lockdowns. more
The Beaches Emergency Assistance Ministry staff and volunteers remain resilient to continue to serve families in Jacksonville’s Beaches area communities who have been hard-hit by the economic impact of COVID-19. more
For many, Facebook Live streams, YouTube and radio broadcast sermons brought the church to churchgoers, making a safe and effective way to deliver a small amount of normalcy and connection for those looking to celebrate their faith. more
In order to minimize exposure to COVID-19, and to accommodate children who sustain orthopedic injuries and need urgent care, Nemours Children’s Specialty Care, Jacksonville South has opened the Walk-in Injury Clinic, a specialty clinic for walk-in orthopedic injury appointments only. more
A leash is the cord or tether that connects to a surfboard and then is fastened to the ankle. The purpose is to keep the board nearby after a surfer is no longer on his or her board. It is for the safety of swimmers, surfers, and assists in rescue efforts. more
The total number of confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus grew to 175 in St. Johns County as of Monday afternoon. Of that group, 169 are residents and five are visitors, according to the Florida Department of Health. more
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Network Realty is pleased to welcome Lynette Snell to the Ponte Vedra/Nocatee office. more
First Florida Credit Union is taking steps to catalyze support for local businesses during the COVID-19 crisis by joining the #LocalStrong initiative. more
Local businesses and restaurants are taking a blow as the COVID-19 outbreak continues to reap across the United States, leaving millions unemployed and fearful of what the future will bring financially. more
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