St. Johns Commissioners Hear Economic Incentive Pitch

County residents could soon have more options for behavioral and mental health needs after county commissioners gave the OK to draft an economic development incentive agreement with Acadia Healthcare Co. The company plans to build a

City Aims to Make King Street ‘The Best Mile in Florida’

At a public meeting in late February, St. Augustine officials outlined potential options for King Street after the city took

Stock Market More a Security Blanket Than Bellwether

In the race to the bottom for accuracy in forecasting, 2023 was a good year for meteorologists. It established

Agriculture Puts a Bloom on Economy

Agriculture is more than crops and harvests, and St. Johns County is a perfect example. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s

St. Johns County Business Spotlight: Future Friends

Future Friends, established in 2012, is a branding and design studio based in St. Augustine, led by owners Danielle and Luke Brodersen. St. Johns County recently launched a new brand designed by the team

On Feb. 23, 2024, St. Johns County Administrator Joy Andrews presented an update to more than 200 attendees at the Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Council Quarterly Breakfast, held at

The St. Johns County School District’s Career and Technical Education Program is seeking locations for students to participate in summer internships. One of the values of the St. Johns County School District’s

Look up “Things to Do” in St. Augustine and the thousands of results can be a bit overwhelming. Luckily, Amy Angelilli is a willing guide. Her new book, “100 Things to Do in St. Augustine Before You Die,” catalogs the most


First Coast Region

The educational landscape is experiencing a paradigm shift, moving away from traditional time-based learning towards a more dynamic, skills-focused approach. This shift is epitomized by the adoption of

Greater Daytona Region

The Best Tech Tools to Help Seniors Age in Place In one recent study of 1,000 respondents aged 55 or older, 89% of participants said they wanted to age in place at home versus seeking traditional senior living


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Did You Know: FTC Proposes New AI Protections

The Federal Trade Commission is seeking public comment on a proposed rule that would prohibit the impersonation of individuals, according to a media release. The proposed rule changes would extend protections

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