SOUPer Bowl IV aims to combat hunger

SOUPer Bowl IV aims to combat hunger

Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019, will mark the return of the SOUPer Bowl at Nease High School for the fourth consecutive year to benefit Blessings in a Backpack. More »

Jacksonville Camera Club captures Mandarin

Jacksonville Camera Club captures Mandarin

The Jacksonville Camera Club is passionate about sharing knowledge of what to practice behind the lens in an effort to make photographs even more beautiful. More »

Meet new St. Johns County Commissioner Jeremiah Blocker

Meet new St. Johns County Commissioner Jeremiah Blocker

Recently elected St. Johns County Commissioner for District 4, Jeremiah Blocker and wife Lauren love St. Johns County, but feel there are some important challenges ahead. More »

Back in Time with Brett : John Henry Jacks House, Part 1

Back in Time with Brett : John Henry Jacks House, Part 1

Built in 1887, this residence was first owned by John Henry Jacks and his family. More »

 

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Capt. David’s Fishing Report

St. Johns River Fishing Tips

By Captain David Lifka
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Keeping up with Florida Fishing Regulations can be a challenge to say the least. Long time residents have witnessed an extraordinary amount of change over the years, while newer residents face the challenges of having to learn these regulations from scratch.

Atlantic Coast High School chorus guest stars at Foreigner concert

By Elaine Omann
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Members of the Atlantic Coast High School chorus showcased their talent by performing with rock group Foreigner at a concert at Daily’s Place on Aug. 3. Notably for all Foreigner fans, the chorus was featured in the band’s encore performance of “I Want to Know What Love Is” that brought the house down. The crowd near the front exit was dancing and appeared to be having their personal memory of that song.

Pantry Raiders: Apple Bacon and Blue Cheese Stuffed Pork Chops

By Melissa Cooper
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As summer winds down and kids head back to school, this recipe is the perfect way to step up your dinner game to the next level. It looks and tastes like a gourmet meal, but is simple to prepare.

Gardening: Monsoon times?

By Lesley Arrandale
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Since early June, when most of Florida was suffering from drought, we have had ample rain — so much that the drought was lifted for the first time since July 2016 (see droughtmonitor.unl.edu/Home/StateDroughtMonitor.aspx?FL).

Championship Spectators Guide 2018

Championship Spectators Guide 2018