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.
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.
A simple Instagram post has turned into an international movement as local dad Donte Palmer is standing up (and squatting down) for change.
Forrest Masters of The Sprout Kitchen has taken her love of all things culinary and turned it into something good for the body and the soul.
Dan Nevins has overcome unimaginable obstacles, endured unspeakable loss and despair. Now, he motivates and inspires thousands worldwide.
The transition from rock and roll to Hawaiian music was born out of curiosity, but now Big Pineapple can't get enough of the island sound.
A life-altering career change brought Orvando Freeman the opportunity to change the lives of incarcerated juvenile offenders.
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.
Crystal Timmons found peace by sharing her holistic healing process with veterans and families facing post-deployment difficulties.
Committed to encouraging women and helping them grow, this local beauty expert has started her very own girl gang.
Don’t travel to Peru just yet. You can enjoy all the flavor, courtesy of Lima native, Chef Marcel, right here at home.
Having spent her life improving the worlds of deaf and blind students, we are privileged she’s now guiding the students in our city.
You might say that training bloodhounds is in this deputy’s blood, and you can certainly say it is a passion instilled in her heart.