The CreekLine commences 18th year

The CreekLine commences 18th year

The CreekLine, NW St. Johns County’s original community newspaper, is delivered to every mailbox in the area, just as it has been for the past 17 years. More »

Mandarin Museum plans much needed expansion

Mandarin Museum plans much needed expansion

Mandarin Museum has outgrown its building primarily as a result of the popularity of the Maple Leaf exhibit, which in 2014 celebrated the 150th anniversary of the steamship’s sinking off Mandarin Point. More »

Riverwood Poker Club and United States Marine Corps Reserve collaborate on fifth annual toy drive

Riverwood Poker Club and United States Marine Corps Reserve collaborate on fifth annual toy drive

The Del Webb community of Nocatee has become the largest non-corporate donor to Toys for Tots in both St. Johns and Putnam counties. More »

Local dental group helps with oral health in Haiti

Local dental group helps with oral health in Haiti

Narducci Dental Group recently returned from a mission trip to Haiti to assist with providing basic dental care to Haitian families who otherwise don’t have such resources. More »

St. Augustine welcomes Venardos Circus

St. Augustine welcomes Venardos Circus

The Venardos Circus is coming to town on Jan. 24, 2018, with proceeds from ticket sales of the first performance benefiting St. Augustine’s own St. Francis House. More »

 

Riverwood Poker Club and United States Marine Corps Reserve collaborate on fifth annual toy drive

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By Angela Higginbotham
angela@floridanewsline.com

Year after year, the Riverwood Poker Club and the United States Marine Corps Reserve have brought a smile to so many children. Thousands have had new toys to enjoy over the holiday season as a result of the great collaboration between the Riverwood Poker Club, part of Del Webb in Nocatee, and the United States Marine Corps Reserve during the fifth annual Toys for Tots drive.

Mandarin Museum plans much needed expansion

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By Martie Thompson
editor@floridanewsline.com

Taking a step back in time when entering the Mandarin Museum at Walter Jones Historical Park has become a bit snug lately, due to the continued growth of the museum and its diverse collections. According to Sandy Arpen, president of the Mandarin Museum and Historical Society’s board of directors, the museum has outgrown its building primarily as a result of the popularity of the Maple Leaf exhibit, which in 2014 celebrated the 150th anniversary of the steamship’s sinking off Mandarin Point.

The CreekLine commences 18th year

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By Martie Thompson
editor@floridanewsline.com

Many things have changed in NW St. Johns County over the past 17 years: we have new roads, numerous new residents and a plethora of new businesses to support the population growth. But one thing has remained a constant — The CreekLine, the area’s original community newspaper, which still is delivered to every mailbox in NW St. Johns County each month.

St. Augustine welcomes Venardos Circus — benefiting St. Francis House

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By Angela Higginbotham
angela@floridanewsline.com

Come one, come all! The Venardos Circus is coming to town on Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018. The majority of proceeds from ticket sales of the first performance will go to directly to St. Augustine’s own St. Francis House in an effort to spread the message of St. Francis and help in its current million dollar fundraising mission. Funds raised will go toward payment for a new building, primarily to be used for children in the area.

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