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“Never underestimate the healing power of a quiet moment in the garden.” more
Only a year after taking the position of director and CEO of the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, Adam Levine announced he will be leaving the institution in late April. more
In response to hardships created by event cancellations and venue closures related to the COVID-19 crisis, the St. Johns Cultural Council has established an Arts Emergency Fund to support members of the St. Johns County arts community. more
Practicing social distancing doesn’t necessarily mean finishing off a can of Salt and Vinegar Pringles while binge watching Netflix by yourself. more
Members of the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office no longer will have to draw a line in the sand at the St. Johns County line to keep beachgoers away from their shoreline. more
In an hour of divine mercy, Father Richard Pagano of St John Paul II Catholic Church in Nocatee, accompanied by St Augustine Police Department Chief Robert Hardwick, flew over a portion of St Johns and Duval counties on Friday, March 27, offering Benediction with the Blessed Sacrament and prayer for all residents, workers, health professionals, first responders, and those who put themselves in harm’s way to serve our basic needs during these challenging times of the coronavirus pandemic. more
The North Florida Green Chamber of Commerce has announced its selection of board of directors for 2020. NFGCC is a regional networking organization for all sizes of businesses and community … more
Matt Humphrey is NASCAR’s Director of Racing Communication. He’s a resident of Ponte Vedra Beach who drives 80 minutes one way to NASCAR’s Corporate Office in Daytona Beach every day – unless he’s at a race. He spends most of that drive listening to, of course, NASCAR SiriusXM Radio. more
Grocery and liquor stores are changing hours and adding protective shields to better serve their customers – and protect their employees – during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
As the coronavirus pandemic has prompted people to rush to stores to purchase years of toilet paper, a professional survivalist warns that there are better ways to prepare for a worst-case scenario. more
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