Roll into Cruise Nights

Roll into Cruise Nights

If you find vintage, model cars interesting, then you certainly don’t want to miss out on Cruise Nights held on the third Saturday of each month at the PDQ restaurant in Fruit Cove. More »

Nocatee Kids Farmers Market raises funds for local charities

Nocatee Kids Farmers Market raises funds for local charities

An estimated 180 people attended the inaugural Kids Farmers Market in Nocatee and raised approximately $700 for St. Johns CARES, a local nonprofit committed to helping charities in St. Johns County. More »

Compassion Experience brings global poverty to Jacksonville

Compassion Experience brings global poverty to Jacksonville

Compassion International, a global organization, partners with churches like the Church of Eleven22 to bring its eight Compassion Experience trucks to campuses nationwide. More »

St. Johns County graduate comes full circle

St. Johns County graduate comes full circle

After graduating from St. Johns County schools and the University of North Florida, Andrew Rush is now president and CEO of Made in Space, the first manufacturing company to operate in space. More »

Fellow Man and Mother Earth awards bestowed by Stetson Kennedy Foundation

Fellow Man and Mother Earth awards bestowed by Stetson Kennedy Foundation

Three of Florida’s most highly acclaimed environmentalists were recently presented with the Stetson Kennedy Foundation’s Fellow Man and Mother Earth awards. More »

 

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Gardening: Summertime – Not so easy?

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By Lesley Arrandale
mail@floridanewsline.com

Summer is almost here after record-breaking spring temperatures and, as of early May, a continuing rainfall deficit in northeast Florida. I’m now wondering what the summer may bring. The hurricane season predictions (out of Colorado State University) are for an El Nino weather pattern possibly kicking in during the summer, and if it does we could see slightly fewer storms than average, with sea temperatures and wind patterns keeping more of them out in the Atlantic. In the meantime, the Okefenokee Swamp West Mims fire has been burning for weeks, with little rain to help the firefighters; rain is sorely needed.

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