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Volunteers in Medicine hosted its fourth annual Women with Heart luncheon Feb. 5, honoring 10 outstanding women who have made a difference in the First Coast community. more
TALLAHASSEE – Two days after shutting down all bars and nightclubs, Gov. Ron DeSantis issued an executive order, directing all restaurants and food establishments within the State of Florida to … more
The Walden Chase community in Ponte Vedra Beach held a graduation parade for area graduates May 24. more
Signs and support for St. Johns County candidates are seen around the Ponte Vedra area as early voting began last Thursday. Early voting for the primaries in St. Johns County is from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Aug. 15. The early voting location for Ponte Vedra is at the Ponte Vedra Branch Library, 101 Library Boulevard. Voters who are voting in person at early voting locations are required to provide current and valid photo and signature ID. more
Cypress Village resident programs team Dee Gorman, Rebecca Tudor and Michaelle Breakiron recently hosted an indoor circus complete with concessions for residents of the skilled nursing facility. more
In March, the decision to cancel THE PLAYERS Championship due to the onset of COVID-19 set in motion an unprecedented time in our sport. more
Jax Spine & Pain Centers, in collaboration with UF Health Jacksonville, has broken ground on a state-of-the-art multispecialty surgery center and medical office building. more
Enjoy shopping from more than 60 local vendors on Saturday, April 17, at the Nocatee Farmers Market’s Spring Fling. Come out to Nocatee Station Field from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for live music by the Paul Lundgren Band, a petting zoo and more. The Nocatee Farmers Market is open to the public and the event is weather permitting. more
It’s no secret that social media has became a major player in how people consume goods, interact with others, perceive the world, and in many ways, affect who they are. more
A person's desire to be outdoors can sometimes be at odds with the outdoors itself. The dead of winter tends to be a time of year when people know to stay indoors, but the dog days of summer can be dangerous as well. more
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