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Danielle Johnson Smith grew up in a military family allowing her to experience cultures outside of the United States. In her quest to understand “why we do what we do” she discovered how to change her own reality for the better. Currently, she seeks to share that knowledge with other First Coast Women. more
Nease and Ponte Vedra High School football teams return to the gridiron Friday, Sept. 13, after having their games canceled last week because of Hurricane Dorian. more
A bold mural for the Bold City, Nico wanted to create something iconic without sacrificing personal style. She’s always enjoyed painting big cats and tropical plants. Just add a dash of signature pink here, some cool blues and purples there to contrast with the warm eyes and voilá. more
Jim Soules, owner of the iconic carousel in St. Augustine, passed away unexpectedly Sept. 6. The family has expressed that Sunday would be the last day of operation, and the carousel would be … more
Travel can be daunting for those with disabilities. more
Days after Hurricane Dorian swept the Atlantic and drilled the Bahamas, Ponte Vedra local Marzen Mignone teamed up with Jimbo Stockton and his Adventures in God’s Creation foundation to host a hurricane relief drive Sept. 5 and 6. more
Cynthia floats to the middle of the lane and slowly aligns her body to be just shy of the center pin. She cocks her arm back and hurls the ball, which connects perfectly with her aim and causes a mass cataclysm of pins knocking and tumbling down. A strike. more
Local nonprofit organization, Pie in the Sky Community Alliance Inc., celebrated its 10th anniversary in August. The organization’s mission is to connect seniors with resources and facilitate long-term solutions that affect the lives of the elderly, the poor, the historically underserved and the disenfranchised people of our community. During the last 10 years, Pie in the Sky has helped thousands of people throughout St. Johns County. more
As you may know, Congress passed, and the President signed, a new tax law near the end of 2017 that changed many provisions of the tax code for individuals and businesses. more
It might not be on the calendar, but Aug. 14 is Social Security Day. Since it was enacted on Aug. 14, 1935, Social Security has provided some financial support for millions of Americans during their retirement years. While Social Security benefits, by themselves, probably aren’t enough to enable anyone to retire comfortably, they can be a key part of an overall retirement income strategy – if used wisely. more
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