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2 hrs ago | St. Augustine Record
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.
6 hrs ago | St. Augustine Record
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.
10 hrs ago | Folio Weekly
RT @DJatFolio : Tomorrow's Cover Today: A HEDCUT ABOVE. Art courtesy of The Wall Street Journal.
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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.
Historic City News has been informed that a St Johns County Deputy has been cited by the Florida Highway Patrol in a crash that occurred on Thursday August 7th at about 4:00 p.m. along US-1 north, when the deputy rear-ended a 31-year-old female driver when she slowed to obey a traffic control device.
West Augustine to get new sewer line ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- One city aims to kick start economic developmenta by putting in a sewer line.
We checked into the Quality Inn Historic District, located at 1111 N Ponce De Leon Boulevard, in Saint Augustine on Friday August 15th and rented one room for two nights.
Heather Neville, Director of Velo Fest, announced to Historic City News the launch of a new and fun education program kicking off today.
Dr. Norman Tully is said to have grown up looking over the fence around the perimeter of the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind when he was just a boy in St. Augustine.
One distinct advantage of being raised by and around hippies is that you have a house band.
In partnership with The Barbara Kay Foundation and the Jaguars Foundation, a new health program, the Betty Griffin House Children's Health & Fitness Program will include nutrition education, fitness programs, children's sneakers and scholarships for children wishing to participate in community sports.
Running a retail establishment was never a dream of Debi Hanks, but aside from the long hours, even she's starting to wonder why it wasn't.
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Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 05:45 pm
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