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.
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.
With a small batch glass of wine in hand, you can settle in for a sip at this new and inviting tasting room in Murabella.
The virtual town hall will be hosted on August 13, and the Traditional Straw Poll open for votes August 11-14.
For two days of racing, the Liqui Moly ProWatercross National Tour will appear in Vilano Beach on August 8-9.
“Guardians of the First Coast: Building Readiness for World War II" will honor the men and women who defended our shores during the war.
Hitting shelves in August, the book is an unflinching account of a woman's journey to find purpose beyond the pain.
The local group of sailing women will hold the annual Bikini Race on August 1 to benefit female victims of abuse.
The local real estate firm has committed to being a Caring Partner for a program delivers nutritious meals and welcome visits to homebound elders.
This Florida family offer funding and art supplies to a non-profit that serves the St. Augustine area and beyond.
St. Johns County's largest candidate meet and greet is going online to let local voters learn about candidate platforms.
With an 11 percent pay increase and a number of benefits, the SJC Transportation Department offers a rewarding career.
In partnership with Flagler Health+ and funded by the CARES Act, St. Johns County is offering free testing starting today.
As part of the CARES Act, the non-profit will be able to maintain its staffing over the next two years.
The Lighthouse Archaeological Maritime Program led an expedition to the WWII wreck and will now display the sonar mapping images.
This new facility will allow the organization to better serve the people of St. Johns County and the animals that they love.