Locals stories of perseverance, top performance, acts of kindness and leaders in our community. The people in St. Augustine who make this small, ocean-side town such a magical place to call home.
The 75-year-old Vietnam vet will carry a list of local veterans' names on the pilgrimage to the tomb of Saint James.
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.
Executive Chef Scott Ostrander of Casa Monica Resort & Spa’s Costa Brava is no stranger to pursuing culinary excellence.
Through her menagerie of animals at St. Augustine Wild Reserve, Deborah Warrick is setting out to educate visitors about this wild world.
Despite being almost fully blind, artist Steve Anderson has created his own unique style to document St. Augustine’s magnificent architecture.
A member of local troop #816, 12-year-old Girl Scout Jane Hershiser is using her skills to inspire others and to build a future that she can be proud of.
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.
Philanthropist, author, and advocate. Cathlene Miner is trying to erase the stigma associated with domestic abuse while uplifting those who are looking to start over.
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.
Laird Boles takes pride in delivering big city flavors with a hometown feel – all in the heart of St. Augustine.
The team at First Coast Heart & Vascular Center is offering the region advanced and innovative care with a personal touch.
Adam Lynn moved beyond his troubled past to a life of giving back to the children of the community through the Island Christmas Toy Drive.
A heritage of treasure hunting and travel by sea helped inspire the adventure Laurel Baker embarked upon nine years ago.
Floyd Phillips could live anywhere in the world and he chose St. Augustine. Why? Because “the most beautiful people live here.”
Under the guidance of Tina Waldrop, a belief that "Better Never Quits" brought dramatic changes to Osceola Elementary School and its rating.
When he accepted an offer to join Jax Pack, Trey Nadin took the opportunity to step up, stand out, and emerge a leader.