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As prominent real estate developers of Ponte Vedra Beach, the Stockton family has been frequently featured in the Ponte Vedra Recorder through the years. more
As a next-door neighbor to Ponte Vedra Recorder co-founder Gretchen Carpenter in 1969, Jacquelyn Bates witnessed the newspaper’s creation. Eleven years later, Carpenter’s co-founder, Peg Bradford, and her son, Tim, asked her to become its managing editor. Bates shares her memories of the early years, and her opinion of the paper today. more
The Rotary Club of Ponte Vedra Beach planned to hold its weekly meeting at Ruth's Chris Steakhouse today, Nov. 7, in order to honor and celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Ponte Vedra Recorder. more
Many people from the Ponte Vedra Beach community helped the Ponte Vedra Recorder celebrate its 50th anniversary with a Cheers to 50 Years party Oct. 23. more
There is a mystery in Palm Valley; one that doesn’t involve ghosts of bootleggers or moonshiners. Every day, thousands of people drive down Palm Valley Road past the Ponte Vedra Valley Cemetery, blissfully unaware of the mystery that lurks inside. more
Charlie Atkinson is a fourth-generation shoe repairman. more
In 1873, Thomas Oestreicher and a friend came to Palm Valley. On what was Durbin Swamp, now Twenty Mile Road in Nocatee, they built a two-room cabin. more
When former president of Nine West shoes, Charlie Slaton, retired 23 years ago, he opened a small shoe boutique in Ponte Vedra Beach to keep from “getting bored.” more
To celebrate its 25th anniversary on Oct. 4, the Cultural Center of Ponte Vedra Beach hosted its first national exhibit, “1¢ LIFE,” as well as the 55th anniversary of the “1¢ LIFE” landmark publication, which debuted in 1964. more
Cutter & Cutter Fine Art Gallery opened 22 years ago in St. Augustine. more
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