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.
Andrew Stack enlists his life experiences to write The Black Hand – a contemporary novel rooted deeply in history.
The 2021 Pin Up Paws pet calendar will have the theme Mission Pawsible and will be launched in October.
The county is leading the charge to revive business and support new growth opportunities during this global crisis.
Responding to food insecurity created by COVID-19, several St. Augustine businesses are teaming up with United Way to do some good.
The deadline has been extended to allow for the best and final decision at the Commission meeting on June 8.
This custom, virtual program is open to all girls (not just current Girl Scouts!), so mark your calendar for summer fun.
The St. Augustine venue helped host an intimate wedding ceremony for a local couple who was forced to postpone their wedding twice.
Visitors will be able to meet the Crocodylus suchus babies within the next few weeks.
Here's all you need to know about heading out to the St. Johns County Beaches this holiday weekend.
Time to stock up! The popular St. Augustine-based datil pepper hot sauces can now be found at grocers around Florida.
In anticipation of the holiday weekend, the city is opening the doors of the Visitors Center and strongly encouraging the use of face masks.
St. Johns County, in partnership with United Way of St. Johns County, collects 32,000 pounds of food for 17 local pantries in need.
From concerts to plays to poetry readings, Romanza is bringing the arts into your home through streaming on May 15-17.
With more than 25,000 volunteers providing 185,000 hours of service to local schools, St. Johns County honors their work.
Visitors are welcome once more into the St. Augustine Lighthouse. Here are the details and the new guidelines.
Taking place at The Amp and the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall, two drive-thru food drives in May will benefit more than 20 local food pantries.