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New York Times bestselling author Lisa Black writes with authority about crime investigations. more
When I was much younger, so much younger that I barely recall the event, an older cousin announced at the dinner table that he was a communist. more
The Ximenez-Fatio House Museum, a long-standing fixture of historic Aviles Street, will launch the fourth chapter of “I Lived Here, As Well … The Story Continues.” more
The Bolles Lower School Ponte Vedra Beach Campus held a ribbon cutting Feb. 2 to celebrate the official opening of the Wotiz Family Outdoor Learning Center “The Treehouse.” more
The St. Augustine Art Association is celebrating its centennial with an art show of epic proportions. more
Preparing for cataract surgery can feel overwhelming, and it’s normal to have questions. more
Charles Almeida played his first note on a musical instrument more than eight decades ago and today, at 96, he’s still setting toes tapping while performing with a local band. more
The Recorder’s garden columnist, Kathy Esfahani of Kathy’s Creative Gardens & Nursery, shares her tips for growing gorgeous gardens in Northeast Florida. more
A landmark work of art is taking shape in Mandarin — and the public will have an opportunity this weekend to witness the artist in action. more
The St. Johns County Public Library System is enhancing its customer experiences with a new online catalog to offer the public access to more than 300,000 books, magazines and other library services. more
Suburban Propane Partners recently partnered with Historic Tours of America to announce its support of the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center in St. Augustine. more
ROAR Training Center has announced the addition of EJ Eldridge to its trainer team. more
Wolfson Children’s Hospital and the C. Herman and Mary Virginia Terry Heart Institute continue to expand children’s heart services across Northeast Florida with the addition of pediatric interventional cardiologist Ram Bishnoi, M.D. more
For the second straight year, the St. Johns County Family Integrity Program (FIP) and Flagler College have partnered to provide nurturing resources for youth in the care of the FIP. more
No Valentine’s Day gift conveys love or appreciation quite like chocolate and that’s why Peterbrooke Chocolatier estimates that it will hand dip more than 100,000 strawberries in chocolate just in time for the holiday. more
Rise, a new 55-plus active living community in Nocatee, is progressing toward completion. The first building is projected to become available around May 1. more
Christ Church Creative Academy performers will present nine performances of the beloved musical, “The Sound of Music,” with the first show opening Thursday, Feb. 8. more
Susan Forster, 80, left us for Heaven on January 31, 2024. more
The Department of Veterans Affairs has announced the appointment of Chad Adams as the new deputy executive director of the North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health System. more
Ascension St. Vincent’s has announced it will now fully include the TOPS system technology at its Southside campus. more
A look at what’s happening in the arts locally. more
Kick off your Super Bowl festivities at the IV Annual Super Cornhole For A Cause fundraising event, presented by Adaptive Jax and hosted by the Rotary Club of Jacksonville-Oceanside. more
Notices for: Norma Jean Allen, Uday Bhatt, Patricia Roberts Clarke, Charles Leon Gaudry, Jr., William Walter Gibson, Robert Lorin Hunter, Shane Thomas Kemp, Beverly McEneaney, John Michael Miller, Sambamurthi Munipalli, Robert E. Osgood, III, William H. Richardson, Rodney Earl Slifer, Jitendrala Suteria, Geoffrey W. Wilks, Debra Arlene Winn and Melissa Jane Zippel. more
Topics include: street closure, GOP committee, Palm Valley Market, family seining, job workshop and beach cleanup. more
Risk, and the role it plays in a portfolio, can be among the most difficult concepts to understand fully. more
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