St. Johns County goes back to school

St. Johns County goes back to school

On Friday, Aug. 10, traffic once again came to a standstill throughout the county as students and teachers returned to the classroom to kick off the 2018 – 2019 school year. More »

Children’s International Summer Villages: Inspiring a more peaceful world

Children’s International Summer Villages: Inspiring a more peaceful world

Over the years, CISV (Children’s International Summer Villages) has become a worldwide movement working toward peace and intercultural cooperation and understanding. More »

Mandarin Community Club celebrates 95th anniversary in style

Mandarin Community Club celebrates 95th anniversary in style

The historic community club building was the site of the club’s special anniversary celebration, which was themed a silent film night to reflect the time of the original founding. More »

Back in Time with Brett: Flynn House Part 1

Back in Time with Brett: Flynn House Part 1

A structure tucked away at the intersection of Flynn and Loretto roads gives us a peek back in time and from 1909 to 1958 it was known as Flynn’s General Store. More »

 

First Coast NewsLine

Get to Know … Mary Boushie

By David Aaro
mail@floridanewsline.com

For all you cat lovers out there, meet a Ponte Vedra resident who has helped rescue, rehabilitate and find homes for hundreds of felines, some abandoned as adults and others born to abandoned cats in the beach communities. Mary Boushie has owned Katz 4 Keeps, a 501 (c ) (3) non-profit organization in Ponte Vedra since 2008.

St. Johns student produces anti-poo PSA

Jeremy Nalley, a northwest St. Johns County resident and student at the Art Institute, recently produced a public service announcement video encouraging pet owners to pick up after their animals. Using neighbors and family members as actors, Nalley created the anti-poo PSA titled, “It’s Your Pup, Pick it Up!”

The Lightner Museum: Extraordinary collections

By Ben Samples, OneTankMedia
mail@floridanewsline.com

Stuffed lions, marble sculptures, Victorian art … and shrunken heads.

Welcome to the Lightner Museum.

Florida NewsLine is now available on Apple News

Apple News

Readers now have one more way to access stories about the news, features and people in your community. Florida NewsLine is now available on Apple News.

While Mandarin NewsLine, The CreekLine, Ponte Vedra NewsLine and Southside NewsLine are published monthly in print, our goal is to publish new content online as soon as it is available. Sometimes updates will appear daily, or even hourly. For iPhone users, Apple News can help keep you up to date on the latest from your community newspaper.

Open this link on iOS: Florida NewsLine

Southside NewsLine Advertising Delivers: A spontaneous testimonial from an advertiser

Ever wonder if advertising in our community newspapers works? Listen to this voicemail (used with permission) from one of our Southside NewsLine advertisers.