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While the primary purpose of our trip to Orlando this week is to spend some quality time with Mickey Mouse at his wonderful world of Disney, my favorite part — no matter what else happens — will be our Monday journey to St. Augustine, about a two-hour drive for us.
Grimsby drug dealers jailed for over 30 years
Six members of a Manchester drug gang have been jailed for a combined total of over 37 years after dealing heroin and crack cocaine in Grimsby. The six men all admitted their role in the county lines operation. They were jailed for 37 years and four months after officers spent the last three years g
White Sands Missile Range/Highway 70 Road Block December 17
Las Cruces: The New Mexico Department of Transportation District One office (NMDOT) along with White Sands Missile Range (WSMR) has posted an alert for Monday December 17, 2018 for US 70 at and will last approximately one hour.
FWC commission provides update on red snapper fishery
At its December meeting in St. Augustine, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission directed staff to proceed with a proposal that would set the 2019 Gulf red snapper recreational season.
School for the Deaf and Blind children get a special Nutcracker performance tonight
Gainesville, Fla. WGFL — A magical and colorful set not everyone could see, and orchestra music not everyone could hear. But, that didn’t stop these 75 children from the St. Augustine School for the Deaf and Blind from enjoying a special performance of the Nutcracker.
Scotland sheds tears
It was Buju Banton’s lyrics from his soul-stirring song Untold Stories that made attorney Keith Scotland become emotional at the First National African Conference on the Status of the People of African Descent at the Learning Resource Centre, UWI, St Augustine, on Saturday.
St. Augustine convenience store robbed at gunpoint , suspect on the run
The St. Johns County Sheriff's Office wants the community's help in identifying a man caught on camera robbing a St. Augustine convenience store at gunpoint early Sunday morning.
Alabama Announces 50th Anniversary Tour
Country Music Hall of Fame group Alabama will celebrate five decades of music next year with a 50th Anniversary Tour. With nearly 30 live concerts already on the books, the first leg of the tour will sweep the United States.
Episode 37 : Bob Dylan and the Beatles in the 1960s
The other week I received a message asking me if I’d consider doing an episode about Bob Dylan and the Beatles. Ringo Starr had just been to see Dylan live in concert at the Beacon Theatre in NYC, and as I was thinking about it, the idea for this episode took shape pretty rapidly.
Summer Fox & Jose Maldonado break 1,000 career points
It was milestone night in Tucson with two basketball standouts passing the 1,000-point career mark at opposite ends of the city. Pueblo standout Summer Fox passed the milestone in a 60-49 loss at home and St. Augustine senior Jose Maldonado did the same in an 83-40 win against San Miguel across town
Jonathan Dickinson State Park Nature Walk
There will be a guided nature walk at Jonathan Dickinson State Park this Friday from 2 – 3:30pm. The tour will be suitable for anyone who is at least moderately physically fit and able to hike through the scrubby flatwoods and river floodplain for around 90-minutes. The walk may go through muddy or
9 At Your Desk : Monday , Dec. 10
ACCUSED KILLER DENIED BAIL: When 19-year-old Damon Kemp came into court Sunday morning, he was screaming. Kemp is facing two second-degree murder charges after two 19-year-olds were found shot and killed Friday evening, police said. Details on the case here.
Four Reasons That the Incarnation was Fitting , According to St. Thomas Aquinas
As we approach the Christmas feasts, it is good for us to ponder aspects of the Incarnation. In this post, I would like to consider what St. Thomas Aquinas teaches about its fittingness. God was not radically “required” to do everything as He did. We do well to ponder why the manner of the Lord’s in
Brisbane Anglican diocese welcoming more women than men to the priesthood
For hundreds of years, the priesthoods of all Christian denominations were men-only domains, a tradition eventually shattered in the Anglican Church — and 18 years later, its Brisbane diocese is ordaining more women than men.
13 Cheap Alternatives to the World 's Most Overcrowded Tourist Destinations
This article originally appeared on GOBankingRates.com: 13 Cheap Alternatives to the World’s Most Overcrowded Tourist Destinations. Tourism continues to surge globally, with another record year in 2017. In fact, many popular travel destinations for tourists have an overcrowding dilemma and aren’t ju
On the Necessity of Prayer
To say that something is “necessary” is to declare that it is so essential that to be without it causes grave if not deadly harm. The word comes from Latin: ne– (not) + cedere (to withdraw, go away, yield). The root sense is that what is necessary is something from which we cannot stray, something f
FHSAA sets new football districts for 2019-20
The Florida High School Athletic Association released its new district alignments for football on Friday for classifications 8A-5A, and for some area schools, the change is fairly dramatic.
Holiday things to do : 9 Florida experiences worth the drive
After seeing the festive decorations in your neighborhood and enjoying the holiday events near you, you’re probably wondering, “What else is there to do?” Take a break from shopping, turn on your favorite merry tunes and hit the road to get your Christmas cheer on at these 9 must-see Florida holiday
Closure of One Historically Black Episcopal Church Exemplifies a National Decline
On a chilly December morning, 100 years and one week after its sanctuary opened, All Saints’ Episcopal Church, an African-American congregation with a proud history, was formally closed.
Bound by Water : Florida 's Got a Thing for Boat Parades
Since Western colonization, aquatic cavalcades have skirted the coast of Florida. First, the Timucuan traversed the state in dugouts that few records bare a trace of, but in the odd drought or storm, one of the mythic vessels appears again. Second, the Spaniards arrived with their flagships and long