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They say if you want to master something, teach it, so with this idea in mind the following dispatch is as much for me as it is for you. more
McGarvey Residential Communities, which has developed multiple neighborhoods in the St. Augustine area including Sea Colony, SeaGrove, Ocean Dunes and Anastasia Dunes, recently announced the kickoff of presales for its new Park Ridge Townhomes community. more
Florida’s First Coast Relief Fund has surpassed the $3 million mark in grants awarded to nonprofit organizations responding to immediate needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Presley Baesler, a Ponte Vedra High School student, has been selected to the Ambassador Leadership Program by the National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS). more
The Rotary Club of Ponte Vedra Beach honored the service and dedication of its members at its end-of-year awards ceremony on Thursday, June 25. more
Giving back to the community was a main priority for both a local grocery giant and a newly formed club chapter at Ponte Vedra High School. So, it only made sense to work together to help a local charity help feed the homeless. more
State Rep. Cyndi Stevenson presents an award to the Bartram Trail girls soccer team, which won the Class 7A state title last season, during a year-end celebration held in June. more
In normal times, Zula Surf Company is a popular place to seek out clothing and accessories for surfing, skating and the beach-going lifestyle. But in March the COVID-19 outbreak forced Zula, like so many other businesses, to temporarily suspend operations. more
Is having an out-of-date will better than having no will at all? While wills do not have expiration dates, certain changes can render them useless. more
Regularly, Judge John encounters trash destroying the beauty of our Northeast Florida Beaches. more
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