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Flagler College guard Gedi Juozapaitis tied his career high with 35 points in Monday afternoon's win over Young Harris. [Read More]
St. Augustine, Nease, Bartram Trail and Menendez will compete in the 2020 St. Johns River Athletic Conference girls basketball tournament this week. Here... [Read More]
The chair and vice chair of the city of St. Augustine Beach's Comprehensive Planning and Zoning Board have resigned, citing disrespect by the city.Jane... [Read More]
Walking in his footsteps, the St. Augustine community honored Martin Luther King Jr. Monday by reminding each other of the importance of speaking out against... [Read More]
St. Augustine celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King with a silent march and event on the Plaza de la Constitucion on Monday, January 20, 2020.... [Read More]
The popular governor is focusing on proposals that have broad support, even if they face some skepticism from the Legislature... [Read More]
Unlike Martin Luther King Jr., who skipped grades and earned multiple academic degrees in school, Fedrick C. Ingram was definitely not a top student growing... [Read More]
The fight over whether Lakeland's Confederate soldier monument deserved to be relocated or proudly stayed in Munn Park will be heard in April by the... [Read More]
A bicyclist was seriously injured Sunday morning on State Road A1A after being struck by a car.According to a Florida Highway Patrol report, a Honda... [Read More]
FREE ADMISSION TO CASTILLO: Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, 1 S. Castillo Drive. Free admission. For information, call 904-829-6506. [Read More]
This could be an opportunity of the decade for those seeking adventure — and for some extra income. [Read More]
Turnover of properties on St. Augustine's famed St. George Street is few and far between.So when a building in that prime location becomes available, people... [Read More]
The United Way of St. Johns County will celebrate a year of philanthropy Friday at the Third Annual Givers Gala, which will take place in... [Read More]
WALK ON THE WILD SIDE: 10 a.m. to noon Sunday; The walk begins on the shoreline at Anastasia State Park, continues up through the... [Read More]
Brian and Susan Lieberman recently sold their sailboat and invested in another hobby, one they hope to turn into a business venture.After securing the required... [Read More]
St. Johns County Library patrons donated nearly 9,000 non-perishable food items for the county's Health and Human Services Food Pantry during the holiday season. Food... [Read More]
Bill Hamilton, of Southern Horticulture Nursery, will discuss trees at the Florida Native Plant Society Sea Oats Chapter meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21,... [Read More]
Betty Griffin Center is accepting submissions from St. Johns County students for the 2021 A Day without Violence Art & Poetry contest through April 15.... [Read More]
What a horrible tennis lesson!Hold on … let me re-phrase that. Because the guy who gave me the lesson will probably read this and think:... [Read More]
Philip Jenkins, Ph.D., will present "Climate, Catastrophe, and Faith: How Changes in Climate Drive Religious Revolutions," at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 30, at Flagler College's... [Read More]
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