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Underwood Jewelers held a special Forevermark Exceptional Diamond event Nov. 14 at their store in Ponte Vedra Beach. Each guest got a passport, which they took to five informational stations. One lucky participant won a $5,000 gift certificate after completing all stations. more
Richard Kessler visited St. Augustine in the mid-1990s on a trip with his college-age daughter, Laura. They stayed in a bed and breakfast inn and took in the sights. Kessler, CEO of The Kessler Enterprise Inc., had just finished the Grand Bohemian Hotel in downtown Orlando, and wondered if a luxury hotel had a place in the Nation’s Oldest City. more
Nemours Children’s Health System will launch the Kids Zone, an active, open-to-the-public experience at THE PLAYERS Championship March 10-15. Nemours’ sponsorship will last for three years. more
Protesters chant and hold up signs while walking down Valencia Street on Sunday, May 31, in historic St. Augustine. more
The Ponte Vedra Recorder is holding its second annual Best of the Best of Ponte Vedra contest, covering ZIP codes 32082 and 32081. more
The Ponte Vedra Community Association is no stranger to hosting creative events that bring the community together. more
Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Florida recently received a significant contribution from the Grune Family Foundation to name the gymnasium at the organization’s Citi Teen Center after the late George V. Grune, a long-time Boys & Girls Club supporter, board member and donor. more
Nine minutes and 29 seconds. That’s how long former Minneapolis police officer, Derek Chauvin, pressed his knee into George Floyd’s neck on May 25, 2020. more
There is now an emerging field in the area of economics known as "happiness” research. This comprises an absurd amount of data that suggests that if we want to have stress-relieving, life-appreciating, joy-delivering, mood-lifting and butt-kicking happiness, then we should live in the moment. more
A summer day is the perfect motivation to go outside and get moving, but summer heat and exercise can be a risky combination. While we think of summer as a time for swimming, running, cycling and going to the beach, your heart must work harder than usual in the summer sun. With this summer shaping up to be one of the hottest ever, it’s important to protect yourself from increased risk of dehydration, heat exhaustion and heat stroke. With a few simple precautions, feel free to participate in favorite outdoor activities while keeping your heart healthy. more
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