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Mother’s Day is almost here, and it’s time to choose that perfect gift to show her how much you care. more
The Florida Chamber Music Project will be celebrating Mother’s Day with Mozart and more on Sunday, May 8 at 3 p.m. at the Beaches Museum Chapel in Jacksonville Beach. more
Sisters Reilly and Madison Hughes always dreamed of one day operating their own dance company, but they did not expect it to come so soon in their lives, as they are only teenagers. more
The YMCA of Florida’s First Coast invites the community to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Healthy Kids Day leading up to and on Saturday, April 30. more
The following programs will be held at COA’s River House, 179 Marine St., St. Augustine, beginning in May. more
Leadership Jacksonville has announced that Jill Langford Dame, chief executive officer, will retire from the organization at the end of August. Dame has served in the role since 2013. more
The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida has announced the selection of 13 “next-generation” philanthropists who will participate in a six-month course of learning sessions and hands-on grantmaking opportunities to better inform their giving. more
St. Johns County is currently in the process of redrawing and approving precinct lines and new voting locations following the 2020 census and the federal, state, and local redistricting process. more
On Thursday, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced the 2022 Gulf red snapper recreational season, which will total 57 days, the longest season since the state assumed management of red snapper and will include both a summer and fall season. more
On Friday, April 22, Gov. Ron DeSantis awarded more than $15 million to 10 Florida communities through the Rural Infrastructure Fund and the Community Development Block Grant program. Among the recipients of the latter were St. Augustine and St. Johns County. more
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