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photo by St. Johns County COA

News Stories

Redevelopment in south Jacksonville Beach has been a success and the city has more redevelopment-related tax revenue than it needs.

“You know you wrote a good ordinance when you’ve got everyone mad at you.”

A symposium on Sea Level Rise at the Beaches will be held June 19 at Fletcher High School.

An ordinance that would bring restaurants, floating docks/marinas, a passive park and more to Johnston Island will move forward for a second read after June 10's discussion by the Atlantic Beach Co

A woman was reportedly sexually assaulted in a downtown Jacksonville Beach alley on May 25 at about  2 a.m.


Nocatee Sunset Kayak Trips will be held daily from Thursday through Saturday, June 27 through 29, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Participants will paddle the marshes of the Tolomato River with St.

Geoff Heekin and Dale Feldman hold a Mahi they caught fishing with Austin Bayoumi out of Mayport this week. (photo submitted)

There's no denying that summer is here this week, with record temperatures and a hot bite to go with them! From the grass flats to the ledge, reports have been good.

Allision Stattner shows off a wahoo, the 50th fish caught on her Saltwater Fish Life List.

Fifty is a pretty exciting number for anything, and for Allison Stattner it represents a new highlight in her fishing career.

The Ponte Vedra Sharks Youth Football Camp will be held Monday through Thursday, June 24 through 27, from 9 a.m. to noon. The camp is open to children ages 6 through 13.

Jax Muay Thai student Austin Amell will travel to Bangkok, Thailand, this July to compete in The Muay Thai World Championships.