Stay in-the-know about what’s happening in the St. Augustine community with these local news briefs, press releases and business updates and company announcements from local organizations in St. Johns County.
A dinner in the garden at the Pena Peck House featured Chef Tyrone Bennett to raise money for local women returning to school.
The Amp will reopen with enhanced health and safety measures in place, including face mask requirement for entry.
Uptown San Marco Avenue café reopens with all new design, larger space and updated menu.
St. Augustine-based metals distribution company makes ‘Inc. 5000 List’ for second year in a row.
The Southern-inspired food truck has a new permanent location on U.S. 1 in St. Augustine.
INK! (Investing in Kids) honors local teachers and students with Make a Mark awards, nominations now open.
The Farmers Market is back with enhanced safety measures in place. Grab your masks and reusable bags to shop a variety of fresh produce and local artisan goods starting on October 10th.
The tail section of a World War II-era plane washed up along South Ponte Vedra Beach during recent nor'easter.
Event provides authentic Greek feast via online ordering and contactless pick-up.
An online survey is available for two weeks to help the city in the naming of the conservation area at Lighthouse Park.
Start the month (and weekend) off with AGOSA–the Art Galleries of St. Augustine!
The 25th Annual Gamblefest continues with live stream concerts in 2020 with St. Augustine musicians joining together to perform virtually from St. Johns County locations.
The center seeks to fill a local need for safe, curriculum-based, comprehensive, compassionate childcare for children.
Home Instead Senior Care is sharing tips and tools to help older adults stay healthy and happy at home as COVID-19 impacts continue.
Thomas S. Hischak has released “The Mikado to Matilda: British Musicals on the New York Stage," an exploration of titles from across the pond and their success in the US.