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Danielle Johnson Smith grew up in a military family allowing her to experience cultures outside of the United States. In her quest to understand “why we do what we do” she discovered how to change her own reality for the better. Currently, she seeks to share that knowledge with other First Coast Women. more
A bold mural for the Bold City, Nico wanted to create something iconic without sacrificing personal style. She’s always enjoyed painting big cats and tropical plants. Just add a dash of signature pink here, some cool blues and purples there to contrast with the warm eyes and voilá. more
Jim Soules, owner of the iconic carousel in St. Augustine, passed away unexpectedly Sept. 6. The family has expressed that Sunday would be the last day of operation, and the carousel would be … more
In this edition of Why I Serve, featuring Wounded Warrior Project, the Recorder sat down with Ed Waller, a retired captain who spent 25 years in the Navy. Waller was a P-3 Orion pilot who, among several other experiences and responsibilities, tracked Soviet submarines during the Cold War. more
Mike Taylor is a regional vice president for GreenPointe Communities, which is currently building the new EvenTide community in Ponte Vedra Beach. more
PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan discusses THE PLAYERS Championship and TPC Sawgrass. more
With less than two weeks remaining until THE PLAYERS Championship, our second episode of "Word on the Street" focuses on Tiger Woods, March or May and some fun trivia related to the tournament. more
We kick off our new video series, Word on the Street, about one month away from THE PLAYERS Championship. Who's going to win? Tacos on 12 or Wine and Dine on 9? We asked these questions and more to people in the community. more
The St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office is looking for four suspects accused of shoplifting more than $500 worth of alcohol from AAW Wines & Liquor, located at 2 Fairfield Blvd., Suite 9, in Ponte Vedra Beach. more
Community Hospice & Palliative Care held a groundbreaking ceremony Friday, Jan. 26 for its Stephen R. Chapman Family Community Campus in St. Augustine, a facility that will provide St. Johns County residents with a central destination to learn more about hospice and palliative care services. more
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