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When Dorothy “Dot” Coy was born, life expectancy for women was 56. But today, just having celebrated her 102nd birthday, the resident of Starling at Nocatee Assisted Living & Memory Care is still going strong. more
Data from the Centers for Disease Control estimate U.S. cataract cases have risen by 10 million since the year 2000, causing a rise in demand for cataract surgery in Jacksonville and across the country. more
Local Realtor group CBV Cares representative Nancy Hammond presented Beaches Council on Aging Executive Director Lori Anderson a grant check for $500 for the nonprofit’s Dial-A-Ride program on Thursday, June 24. more
Council on Aging invites the community to participate in its 18th annual Champions for Elders Golf Tournament on Monday, Aug. 16, at Slammer and Squire, World Golf Village. more
The Council on Aging’s PLAYERS Community Senior Center held a grand reopening open house Thursday, June 24, as it prepared to welcome area residents back after the pandemic. more
Cypress Village hosted its fourth annual Putters Tournament on the Cypress Green on Friday, June 11. more
U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Ellis “Jerry” Majetich had already received the life-changing news that PulteGroup is building him a new mortgage-free home through its Built to Honor program. Now, Majetich and his family have officially broken ground on their future home at Del Webb Nocatee in Ponte Vedra. more
Vicar’s Landing Retirement Community in Ponte Vedra presented scholarships for more than $315,000 to its student employees this year. more
Following Gov. Ron DeSantis’ signature on HB 845 that allows college athletes to be compensated for their name, image or likeness (NIL), on July 1, Commissioner of Education Richard Corcoran was joined by Rep. Chip LaMarca and Florida State University quarterback McKenzie Milton, along with fellow teammates, as he signed a contract with Miller’s Ale House to be paid for the use of his NIL. Florida is one of the first states in the nation to allow student athletes to earn compensation for their NIL. more
Residents of Shearwater, a master-planned community located off Old County Road 210 south of St. Johns, celebrated the Fourth of July in their red, white and blue gear during the Shearwater Freedom Fest. Local food trucks, a slip ‘n slide, paint and drawings, a parade, as well as fireworks were enjoyed during the annual event that brings the community together. more
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