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Looking at Jason Davis Jr., many would see a normal 13-year-old boy complete with tennis shoes, a graphic T-shirt and cargo shorts.
As the Labor Day holiday approaches, officers, troopers and deputies want people to remember to be safe while they celebrate.
Deputies say former 5-term mayor Frank Charles shot 27-year-old Blake Miles after an altercation occurred in St. Augustine.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will host a town hall in St. Augustine to get feedback from veterans and others about VA operations.
Tourism is booming on the First Coast and across the state, according to data recently released that show the number of visitors to the Sunshine State increased dramatically in the second quarter of 2014 running from April through June.
Flagler Hospital announced Thursday that it has entered into an agreement to acquire St. Augustine Surgery Center located at 180 Southpark Blvd. The center currently operates as a joint venture between Massachusetts-based Ambulatory Surgical Centers of America and 10 locally based surgeons.
Developer Toney Sleiman is ready to help the Earth Fare natural and organic supermarket chain find more locations in Jacksonville.
Being involved in the community in an open forum like a weekly column can open you up to a lot of fodder or what I have found, an amazing opportunity to meet some interesting and wonderful people over the years.
Christine and Guy DeNoel have closed DeNoel French Pastry shop on Charlotte Street in St. Augustine after 48 years of business.
St. Johns River State College will offer two art history classes, an art appreciation class and a watercolor class this fall on its St. Augustine campus.
Over 100 graduates from 24 different states and Brazil celebrated their commencement from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences Aug. 15, with more than 500 friends and family in attendance.
RT @DJatFolio : Tomorrow's Cover Today: A HEDCUT ABOVE. Art courtesy of The Wall Street Journal.
A long-vacant site on the San Sebastian River in St. Augustine that had once been slated for high-end condominiums and a hotel has been sold for $4.75 million, according to records filed with St. Johns County.
State Sen. John Thrasher is competing this fall for both another term in the Legislature and the presidency of Florida State University.
St. Johns River State College is still accepting applications for the Corrections Officer program, which starts Sept.
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Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 02:24 am
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