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Stetson University graduate student Chris Williard won five matches over three days to take home the 10th JAGA Match Play Championship on Sunday, Aug. 30 at Queen’s Harbour Yacht and Country Club. more
How important is family to you? more
Whether it’s instructor-led exercise classes, engaging art sessions or an afternoon trip to the St. Augustine Alligator Farm, the residents of Starling at Nocatee Independent Living are never without the opportunity to live life to the fullest. On Sep. 6, the facility will celebrate the first-year anniversary of opening its doors. more
Vicar’s Landing management and staff have continued to be busy keeping its members active and safe. more
Ever since Brenda Basham Dothage was a child, she had a yearning to paint. more
Jennifer Ketchum, head of Episcopal Lower School, Beaches Campus, cuts a ribbon to open school Aug. 13 at the campus for the first time as Episcopal School of Jacksonville. The Beaches Campus, which is for pre-K through 6th grade, was one of three campuses opened by the Episcopal School of Jacksonville — the first time in the school’s history the school year has opened on three campuses. The other two are the Munnerlyn Campus in Jacksonville (grades 6-12) and St. Mark’s Campus in Jacksonville (ages 1 through 6th grade). more
With the school year underway in some places and fast approaching in others, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed everything about daily life, including the way children will return to the classroom and after-school activities. more
Randy Bradley, vice president and site leader of Northrop Grumman’s St. Augustine Aircraft Integration Center of Excellence, will keynote the quarterly Economic Development Council event hosted by the St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce on Friday, Aug. 28. more
A generation or so ago, people didn’t just retire from work – many of them also withdrew from a whole range of social and communal activities. more
Recently, and about every four years, I get questions and concerns like this: “Should we consider moving some or all of our money to cash given the political uncertainty about the upcoming presidential election?" more
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