The Charlie Daniels Band (photo submitted)
Palm planting on First Street helped secure Neptune Beach a Tree City designation.
This woman graduated from the Her Song program and is going to college and working full time. (photo submitted by Her Song)
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photo courtesy of the Beaches Museum/design by Hannah Jones
At the presentation to Beaches Go Green are, from left, Sandy Golding (Beaches Watch board), Maria Mark (Beaches Watch president), Kevin Brown (Beaches Watch vice president), Anne Marie Moquin (Beaches Go Green), Taryn Montgomery (Beaches Go Green), Kate Sedgwick (Beaches Go Green), Camille Alvarez (Beaches Go Green), Eileen Krimsky (Beaches Watch board), Steve Piscitelli (Beaches Watch board) and Lana Rinaman (Beaches Watch Board).

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Isla Zompa

Isla Zompa, a fourth grade student at Atlantic Beach Elementary School, was awarded first place in the Duval County Elementary School District Science Fair for the 2019 and 2020 calendar year.

Atlantic Beach Police Chief Michelle Cook

Atlantic Beach Police Chief Michelle Cook announced that she will step down in a bid for sheriff in Clay County. The Green Cove Springs native filed for the Clay County sheriff position Jan. 8.

The head of a Jacksonville Beach theatre group has stepped down after two years at the not-for-profit organization.

New York Times bestselling author Joseph Finder will appear at The BookMark on Thursday, Jan. 23, at 7 p.m.

Beaches Go Green is awarding two $2,500 scholarships to current high school seniors and higher education students (trade school, college or university) in the First Coast area for continuing educat


Washington Redskins Hall of Famer Darrell Green

Washington Redskins Hall of Famer Darrell Green will share his story and reflections of life at three different forums during the first week of February.

Beaches resident Justin Quintal won the world title at the World Surf League Open Longboarding Championship in Taiwan.

When the World Surf League’s Open World Longboard Championship was held in December at Jinzun Harbor, Taiwan, the Beaches got represented in a big way.

FWC's Lionfish Educational Exhibit Program funded this exhibit found at the Gulf Specimen Marine Lab in Wakulla County. (photo by Mike Kennison/FWC)

Public facilities that want to create exhibits about invasive lionfish are in luck.

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The annual DONNA Marathon will be held on Sunday, Feb. 9.

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Margo Meagher shows off her first black drum with Capt. Matt Chipperfield.