Pink Ribbon Golf Classic set to tee off against breast cancer

Pink Ribbon Golf Classic set to tee off against breast cancer

On Oct. 12, women golfers from Ponte Vedra and the surrounding communities will make their way to the tee box for the 11th annual Pink Ribbon Golf Classic. More »

Scenic Highway group plans Switzerland Community Center restoration

Scenic Highway group plans Switzerland Community Center restoration

The William Bartram Scenic and Historic Highway Group has had rebuilding or replacing the Switzerland Community Center as part of its plan since 2012; the group decided in 2016 that it was time to take on this project. More »

Mandarin High School opens student managed VyStar branch

Mandarin High School opens student managed VyStar branch

The highly anticipated ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony of VyStar Credit Union’s newest branch was held on Sept. 26 at Mandarin High School. More »

The Carnation Ceremony: A personal story in every flower

The Carnation Ceremony: A personal story in every flower

Pink carnations and the tossing ceremony are rooted in dragon boat culture; on Sept. 23, Jacksonville’s Dragon Boat Festival held its races and carnation ceremony. More »

 

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Pantry Raiders | Pumpkin Cranberry Bread

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By Melissa Cooper
mail@floridanewsline.com

It’s Fall y’all — and you know what that means … pumpkin season has officially arrived. This yummy recipe will satisfy all those pumpkin cravings and your kitchen will smell heavenly while the bread bakes. You can thank me later!    

Alhambra’s “Dixie Swim Club” a hilarious comedy about friendships that last forever

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By Martie Thompson
editor@floridanewsline.com

Alhambra Theatre and Dining’s production of “Dixie Swim Club,” a warm hearted Southern comedy, will make you want to join the swim team. More than a “chick flick” for the stage, this comedic performance will surely produce a numerous chuckles if not outright belly laughs. The dialog is particularly sharp, with one-liners, banter and repartee that the cast aces.

St. Johns County heads back for school with record number of students

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By Martie Thompson
editor@floridanewsline.com

The minivans, bikers, and walkers are back, in addition to a sea of yellow buses. School started on Thursday, Aug. 10 in St. Johns County and according to School Board representative for District 1 Beverly Slough, everything went according to plan.

Get to Know … David Naples

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By Angela Higginbotham
angela@floridanewsline.com

David Naples grew up in the tri-state area of Westtown, N.Y. before moving to St. Augustine in 2009. He and his wife, Kaley, met while living in the same condominium complex and they married in 2016. David and Kaley Naples are proud to call the MuraBella neighborhood home.

Travel: Finding the Wild West in Wyoming

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By Debi Lander
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Wyoming evokes images of cowboys, ranches and wide-open spaces. I headed for the least-populated state in America for a meeting in its northeastern corner, and stayed on to explore the mountains and plains.