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Military members transitioning from active duty to civilian life face many challenges when they return home — not the least of which is the ability to obtain high-paying, rewarding career opportunities. Although educated, trained and highly skilled, these veterans often find themselves less competitive in the professional marketplace compared to civilian candidates who have taken a more traditional path. more
Bogey Grille in Ponte Vedra Beach hosted the 24th annual Tips for Kids Sake campaign this month benefitting Big Brothers Big Sisters of St. Johns County (BBBS). more
The Community First Cares Foundation (CFCF) — the nonprofit, philanthropic arm of Community First Credit Union — recently awarded a $10,000 grant to the Monique Burr Foundation for Children (MBF). more
The United Way of St. Johns County (SJC) and the United Way of Northeast Florida are partnering to offer free tax preparation by certified tax preparers to individuals and families with a household income of $66,000 or less through a program called RealSense. more
Setzer, Cochran, Soares & Hubbard Pediatric Dentistry celebrated the practice’s new office location at Sawgrass Village in Ponte Vedra Beach with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Feb. 1 attended by representatives of the St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce. The ribbon cutting was also held in recognition of the practice’s new membership with the Chamber. more
The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach hosted local media on Wednesday, Feb. 13 for a preview of its upcoming event, Art Tapas. more
WWI France: Even four years after the destruction of the Reims Cathedral by Germany in 1914, rubble littered the streets. The town that had been bombarded with artillery laid in ruins around it. The colossal Reims Cathedral was the epitome of gothic architecture. Built in 1211, the structure was wrapped in elaborate façade and meticulous stained glass — all ravaged in the war. This needless destruction of the historic jewel of the city was the perfect fodder for allied propogandists to show the world the disparity between Germany’s actions and its supposed “Kultur”-minded philosophy. Political artists from all over the allied nations depicted the ruined church, devastated and dripping with irony, to the rest of the world. more
First responders visited Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Network Realty (HSFNR) by the busload last Wednesday, Feb. 13, to have a homemade lunch at the business’ Ponte Vedra Beach office in Sawgrass Village. more
The Beaches Museum recently announced that Brittany Cohill has been promoted to associate director. more
In a recent New York Times story in June 2018, Lasik eye surgery was highlighted for its complications. Then in December 2018, we saw the sad news of a Detroit meteorologist who committed suicide apparently following Lasik complications. more
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