Homelessness is a layered challenge. So two remarkable local officers are taking a deep dive into the matter, affecting change for our neighbors on the margins.
Ideally, travel involves more than self-care. Meg James and her family learned to positively impact the communities they visit as they trek across the globe.
A heritage of treasure hunting and travel by sea helped inspire the adventure Laurel Baker embarked upon nine years ago.
Though a library program, James Maynard embarked on a path of enriching success – reaching out to an older generation in need and offering his help.
When food is viewed as a human right rather than a privilege, truly remarkable feats are accomplished by those with compassionate hearts.
Tara Dodson zooms out on conservation and sustainability for a holistic approach to sound stewardship of our fragile coast.
Happily ever after isn't only for fictional characters. You'll see why as you meet an earnest librarian whose life has taken one positive turn after another.
If you thought pirates were all about raids and mischief, meet this local crew of golden-hearted buccaneers.
Moving from the culinary arts to managing the Family Integrity Program, Michael Forster has worked hard to serve his community in a profound way.
Meet the woman who spends her days uncovering the ancient secrets of the Ancient City.
For some, protecting our environment is more than a mere duty. It's a heartfelt way of life and a daily practice.
Now and again, an act comes along with hearts full of gratitude for a city embracing them with arms wide open.
Hyperlocal is the name of the game for St. Augustine beekeeper Danielle Brooks and her sweet 1963 Ford Econoline.