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The St. Johns County School District announces the schedule of 2021 graduation ceremonies for St. Johns County high schools. more
Women’s History Month may soon be coming to a close, but that isn’t stopping the Rotary Club of Ponte Vedra Beach from keeping its female leadership top of mind throughout the year. In … more
“In June of 1942, four German saboteurs landed right here in Ponte Vedra.” As Scott A. Grant utters these words, the room falls silent. The man at the mic has the full attention of his audience. more
Stillwater, a 549-home community, is currently under construction between Longleaf Pine Parkway and Greenbriar Road west of St. Johns. more
The Jacksonville community has a new tool to quickly see which schools offer instruction in specific visual and performance arts – and which have an absence of such programs. more
Jacksonville’s Museum of Science & History is about to undergo a major transformation that will shift its focus to better fit the role of a museum in the 21st century and better accommodate increasing numbers of visitors. more
Even as the Florida lawmakers consider proposed legislation that would put much of the regulation of vacation rentals into the hands of the state, county authorities are trying to address immediate issues. more
One of the pre-eminent experts on religion in America died Monday, March 15, at his home in Ponte Vedra Beach. David Edwin Harrell Jr. was 91. more
Ascension St. Vincent’s is the first health system in Florida to participate in a clinical trial for an investigational treatment option for patients who have frequent chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) exacerbations, also known as lung attacks. more
Author, genealogist and award-winning educator Genie Milgrom will speak March 31 on the possible Jewish roots of Palm Valley founder Don Diego Espinosa. more
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