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Forty years ago, Jacksonville’s preeminent air ambulance, Life Flight, had an auspicious debut. more
Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens returned an adult female manatee back to Florida waters Tuesday, Aug. 4. more
St. Johns County Sheriff David B. Shoar announced the agency has maintained accreditation status for the eighth consecutive term by the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation, while also receiving the prestigious Excelsior Recognition for the fourth consecutive term. more
Island Doctors, a medical group with locations throughout St. Johns County, has renewed its commitment to support older adults in the community as a Caring Partner to Council on Aging. more
Southeastern Grocers, Inc., parent company and home of Winn-Dixie, BI-LO, Fresco y Más and Harveys Supermarket grocery stores, recently announced its continued partnership with the American Heart Association in the fight against heart disease and stroke through Life Is Why We Give, the organization’s fundraising campaign, to protect the health of individuals and communities, especially those with increased risks impacted by COVID-19. more
Christina Meredith has a lot of names. Published author, national speaker, National Guard sergeant and, even, Ms. California. However, one name carries the more weight than all of them — homeless. more
With the new school year rapidly approaching, the St. Johns County School District is working tirelessly to prepare both students and staff for education amidst a pandemic. more
With classes set to resume this month, parents are once again focused on their children’s academic success. Now, parents in the Nocatee area have a new partner to help students reach their goals. more
Ascension St. Vincent’s has selected a property in the Northeast quadrant of I-95 and County Road 210 for its new hospital in St. Johns County. The property is part of a mixed-use development known as Fountains at St. Johns. Construction is expected to begin this fall. more
I polled people online, trolling for suggested topics for this column. I was surprised by the number of suggestions. The most popular was how do we fix a pandemic-driven recession, the second most was how wonderful our area is. I have chosen to write about one of my favorite subjects, economics, often called the “dismal science.’” more
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