Wind rushing through your hair. Heart rate rapid and accelerating. This is what most people think of when they hear “adventure.” But for these five local women, it conjures feelings of peace, sanctuary, meditation, and validation.
Daryl says of foilboarding, "It gives me the sensation of flying."
In the season of setting goals and promoting growth, the leaders at the helms of St. Johns County's fastest-growing businesses uncover their secrets to success.
A simple Instagram post has turned into an international movement as local dad Donte Palmer is standing up (and squatting down) for change.
After a lifetime of technical “day jobs,” Bob Schafer finally has the chance to do something “pawsitively” fun.
Recycling efforts the world over have drastically changed in the last few years thanks to something called the “China Sword,” and St. Johns County is gearing up to handle the challenge.
Believing that a strong, loving family is the foundation to a healthy, happy, and successful life, she dedicates her life to strengthening foster families.
A restaurant job, a vendor at a farmers market, and a company that runs a farmers market all have one thing in common – a lifelong friendship.
He lives by a self-created acronym, P.E.A.C.E., and works daily to create a village in his community. Now Alexius Ferguson is able to make visible differences in his role at The Webster School.
Stephanie and Brian didn’t start out planning to create a multi-million-dollar portable power source company for the military. But now they cannot imagine doing anything else.
Brad Clarke grew up in St. Augustine, attending local schools and watching basketball games in those school gymnasiums. Today, he finds himself on the opposite side of the court.
Bozard Ford is a household name in St. Augustine, but Andy Harris and his team hope to make Bozard Lincoln’s revolutionary customer service even more recognizable.
Whether it's making phone calls for specific organizations, working with kids in an after-school program, or standing up for the downtrodden and oppressed, a common thread for Daniel Carter is activism.
Love. An impossibly complex word but quite simply the only word one can use to adequately describe 101-year-old Sardie Cashwell Jones.
Competitive bike races, family, blueberry smoothies, and cheese toast. These are just a few of the things Harrison Scales approaches with gusto.