News
206 results total, viewing 11 - 20
The historic Ximenez-Fatio House Museum at 20 Aviles Street in downtown St. Augustine, hosted Cypress Village Jacksonville at Brookdale Senior Living residents and staff during a historic property tour and audio visual presentation on June 25. more
The historic Ximenez-Fatio House Museum at 20 Aviles Street in downtown St. Augustine, recently hosted 30 high school students from across the nation in a partnership program of Flagler College and the Florida Humanities Council. On June 18, eligible students who have entered 11th or 12th grades in August and September toured and filmed the historic property as part of the academic summer session on St. Augustine’s Spanish Heritage and studies with Professor María José Maguire, assistant professor of Spanish in the School of Humanities and Sciences at the college. more
More than 38,000 votes have been cast so far in the Ponte Vedra Recorder Best of the Best of Ponte Vedra contest, which includes ZIP codes 32082 and 32081. Launched May 16, the contest is in recognition of the newspaper’s 50th anniversary, which will be celebrated in November (#CheersTo50Years). Voting is free and open to the public at www.pontevedrarecorder.com/BestOf2019 . more
Traffic patterns have changed at the intersection of May Street and San Marco Avenue in St. Augustine. Construction began in fall 2017 but was delayed several times because of weather. On July 1, the traffic pattern changed significantly. more
Once a month in St. Augustine, Florida, wood fire grill company Urban Asado and the St. Augustine Chefs Collaborative invite the community for a grilling exhibition, showcasing the featured chefs’ creative cuisines. A rainy Sunday on June 8 marked the fourth official “Sunday Asado” where six local chefs were invited by Urban Asado owner Nick Carrera to grill up some unique creations at his warehouse and wow the guests. And wow them, they did. more
Baguette, a 5- to 7-year-old green sea turtle that stranded on Ponte Vedra Beach on March 20, was released in the morning on June 27 at Mickler Beach. Staff at UF Whitney Sea Turtle Hospital triaged the animal in March before it was transported to the Brevard Zoo for rehabilitation. more
Summer is here. It’s time for family to gather for cookouts, picnics and other outdoor fun. These get-togethers can be joyous occasions for many families, but they can be challenging for the millions of people living with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Today, there are 5.7 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s, including 560,000 just in the state of Florida with more than 1.1 million people caring for someone living with the disease. more
It’s already July – the peak of grilling season. But remember, this is Florida and grilling season is essentially year-round. Tony Marsico has launched a unique business in St. Augustine, Top Dog Grill Cleaning and Restorations, just in time for 4th of July. Marsico shared some words of wisdom on grill maintenance for grill masters and novices alike. more
A June 26 ceremony broke first ground for the new Sawgrass Country Club clubhouse. The new facility is projected to be completed in winter of 2020. more
A June 24 forum hosted by the Ponte Vedra Corporation, a subsidiary of GATE Petroleum, was held at the Ponte Vedra Branch Library’s program room. The much-anticipated event regarded the 66-home residential community, “Vista Tranquila.” The development is planned for a 99-acre parcel of land within the Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve, known as The Outpost. The advocacy group against the development, Save Guana Now, has been active since 2016 and turned up to the forum with about 200 followers in protest. more
« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 21 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 90 days.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.