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Tom Verri, a Bronx native, put on a uniform to serve his neighborhood, his city and his country. The family man has a skill set that includes law enforcement, teaching, acting and singing. By far, his favorite role is being a husband and father. more
On Wednesday, July 24, the new bakery-café Panera in Ponte Vedra Beach opened for breakfast at 10 a.m. For many residents, however, the opening caught them off-guard and some customers were even irate. more
The Rolling Stones recently returned to Jacksonville to rave reviews. The legendary band electrified the crowd at TIAA Bank Stadium and one of the pithier and most repeated comments was that frontman, Mick Jagger, “still moved like Jagger.” This was not the Stones’ first trip to Jacksonville. more
District 4 Commissioner Office Hours at Ponte Vedra Beach Library District 4 Commissioner Jeremiah Ray Blocker will host office hours from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 2 at the Ponte … more
“It’s the story, of a lovely lady…” appeared on TV for the first time in 1969. Half a century later, the show remains in reruns on cable. Try getting the Brady Bunch theme out of your head for the rest of the day. more
Looking back at the past 25 years, who would have thought the Jacksonville Jaguars would become such a gritty, proud and iconic staple of Northeast Florida? Win or lose. more
Ponte Vedra Beach resident Kevin Slayden accomplished the highly improbable when he recorded two holes-in-one in the same three-day tournament during the Jacksonville Amateur Championship July 25-27 at Sawgrass Country Club. more
Jessie Miller, a seventh grader at Landrum Middle School, earned two medals at the ATA World Championship Statehouse Convention Center in Little Rock, Arkansas on July 13. Miller, who is 12 years old, won a second and third place of the events of form and weapons and continued the honor of being ranked in the world’s top 10 Taekwondo champions of third degree blackbelts. more
On July 11, the Jacksonville Jaguars signed undrafted rookie WR, Marcus Simms, to their 90-man roster. To make room for this move, the Jaguars waived injured rookie WR, Dredrick Snelson. more
Fisher, Tousey, Leas & Ball recently congratulated congratulated attorneys who have been selected as 2019 Florida Super Lawyers. They are Harris L. Bonnette, tax; and Anne Buzby-Walt, Robert A. Dawkins, Beverly H. Furtick, John E. Lawlor, III; Robert N. Miller, Clay B. Tousey Jr. and Clay B. Tousey III, in estate planning and probate. Each year, no more than 55 of lawyers in Florida are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor. more
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