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Community Hospice & Palliative Care’s 31st annual Tree of Life and Candlelight Services of Remembrance will be held from 5:45 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 2, and Tuesday, Dec. 7, to honor the memory of loved ones. more
Topics include: Nights of Lights shuttle, COVID-19 testing, State of the Arts grants, COVID mandates, more
The St. Johns County Education Foundation Inc., which operates as INK!, received top-level sponsorship from local real estate firm, Davidson Realty Inc. for the inaugural INK! Charity Pro-Am , and more than $50,000 from the overall PXG Women’s Professional Match Play Championship hosted at World Golf Village in October at World Golf Village. more
The 26th Annual Festival of Lights 5K and one-mile fun run are planned for Saturday, Dec. 4, and will benefit the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals of Jacksonville. more
The United States flag was raised by members of the St. Augustine Honor Guard on Nov. 16 in a ceremony celebrating the creation of Patriot Place, a project of Flagler Health+ and St. Johns Housing Partnership that will benefit homeless veterans in the community. more
Baptist Heart Specialists’ is once again leading the way in minimally invasive, high-risk heart valve repair. more
INK! (Investing in Kids) and Old Town Trolley Tours of St. Augustine held a festive event during this year’s 6th Annual Jail Break 5K run and walk fundraiser. more
Topics include Mickler's Landing, South Ponte Vedra pavilion repairs, food for fines, dog adoptions, Giving Trees, Medicare assistance. more
The Northeast Florida Regional Airport in St. Augustine welcomed back commercial flights for the first time a little more than two years Nov. 19. more
UF Health Jacksonville, the Gary Sinise Foundation and philanthropic partners came together Friday to cut the ribbon on a new facility that brings comprehensive brain health care to Northeast Florida. more
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