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As part of County Administrator Joy Andrews’ framework for open governance and efficiency, St. Johns County is unveiling a transformative budget workshop series for Fiscal Year 2025. more
Notices for Gonzales Barrington Johnson, Ann Boyd Saalfield and Elizabeth J. Wagner. more
On Tuesday, May 7, the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners unanimously voted down a proposed rezoning and a change to the county’s future land use map that would have paved the way for a 288-unit affordable housing complex off County Road 16A. more
As the spiritual leader of the Catholic Diocese of St. Augustine, I want to reflect on some recent developments regarding the Florida Heartbeat Protection Act and the upcoming abortion amendment. more
A lot has changed in Northeast Florida over the decades, but those who grew up here in the ‘50s and ‘60s still treasure fond memories of a simpler time on the First Coast. more
The next Sundays At Stetson’s concert, at 2 p.m. May 12, will feature Tampa-area singer-songwriter Mike Worrall, who has taken the Florida folk and Americana scene by storm. more
Topics include: polling location changes, seining event, Ponte Vedra Woman’s Club, nonprofit grants, beach renourishment delay and Palm Valley Market. more
It’s National Nurses Month, a time to shine a spotlight on the dedication and compassion exhibited by nurses, such as those of Community Hospice & Palliative Care. more
Tickets are on sale now for Spring Uncorked, a first-of-its kind sip and stroll wine-tasting event at the Jacksonville Arboretum & Botanical Gardens. more
Starling, which owns and operates assisted living and memory care and independent living facilities in the Nocatee area, has acquired the former Palms at Ponte Vedra, bringing its number of communities to seven. more
First Coast Cultural Center will host an exhibit for fiber artist Jessica Pinsky beginning with an artist opening reception from 5:30 to 7 p.m. May 21 at 6000B Sawgrass Village Circle in Ponte Vedra Beach. The exhibit will continue through July 5. more
Episcopal Children’s Services will host its fourth annual Wine Women & Shoes event at Timuquana Country Club at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 16. more
What does New York, Los Angeles and Chicago have in common with Jacksonville Beach? more
K9s For Warriors strives to its part to help military veterans of all kinds and that includes men and women who needs assistance through their program. more
Finding a gift for Mother’s Day can be tough at times, but one unique gift to get the mom who is conscious about the environment is a membership to the sea turtle program with the Friends of Anastasia State Park. more
The residents at Starling at Ponte Vedra had a fun-filled weekend celebrating both the Kentucky Derby and Cinco de Mayo. more
Schools across St. Johns County will be wrapping up their school years during May and many graduations will be held to commemorate students heading to the next stage of their life. more
Packing up and moving can be a hectic and stressful time for everyone involved and for those preparing to move into a senior living community it is no different. more
The St. Johns County Council on Aging is offering residents an AARP smart driver course May 15 and 16 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at River House located at 179 Marine Street in St. Augustine. more
The pedestrian bridge over State Road A1A from North Beach Park to Vilano Beach will close for repairs from May 13 to 17. more
The following programs will be held at COA’s THE PLAYERS Community Senior Center, 175 Landrum Lane, Ponte Vedra Beach, beginning in May. more
The following programs will be held at COA’s River House, 179 Marine St., St. Augustine, in May. more
The following programs will be held in May at COA Center at UF Health Nocatee, 351 Town Plaza Ave., Suite 205, Ponte Vedra. more
The First Coast Cultural Center’s fifth annual Beaches, A Celebration of the Arts gala took on an enhanced level of elegance Sunday, April 28, with an Audrey Hepburn/“Breakfast at Tiffany’s” theme. more
A look at major career developments in the area. more
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