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Two teens drive speeding car into pond on firstcoastnews.com: http://www.firstcoastnews.com/story/news/2014/04/19/teens-speeding-car-pond/7924683/ The teens, both 17 years old, sped past two deputies who were working traffic on Nocatee Parkway, according to Commander Chuck Mulligan with the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office.
Craig Speziale, the only principal Ponte Vedra High School has ever had, died Saturday morning after a lengthy battle with cancer.
OUT OF FOOTBALL, THE COUPLE WHO BROUGHT THE JAGUARS TO TOWN WAYNE AND DOLORES WEAVER ARE CERTAINLY NOT OUT OF SIGHT NOW.
As the positive unemployment numbers keep arriving for St. Johns County, one person not surprised by them is local businessman Wayne Peters.
The company purchased property from First City Development, a Sarasota-based company.
Some St. Johns County homeowners are worried about what beach erosion could be doing to their property.
More people in St. Johns County are looking for and finding jobs, according to data released Friday morning by the U.S. Dept.
Homeowners along the coast of South Ponte Vedra Beach are still worried about beach erosion on their property as St. Johns County has extended a state of emergency.
First Alert Weather Alert: Flood Warning expires at 9:30 AM on 4/24, issued at 9:30 AM Brunswick, GA First Alert Weather Alert: Flood Warning expires at 10:03 PM on 4/23, issued at 10:03 PM Fort White, FL JACKSONVILLE, Fla.
So it's probably just about perfect that she is winner of this year's School-Related Employee of the Year award from the St. Johns County School District.
April and Jeffrey Henderson have been charged with criminal mistreatment of a blind teen with cerebral palsy while collecting nearly $4,000 a month in Medicaid payments to pay for her care.
Two St. Johns County women were arrested in connection with a snatch-and-grab robbery outside Ponce de Leon Mall on Wednesday.
An autistic St. Johns County man accused of attacking a 9-year-old girl in a Jacksonville Best Buy bathroom will soon be sent to a Florida mental hospital after a judge agreed he's incompetent to stand trial Thursday in the Duval County Courthouse.
The St. Johns County Sheriff's Office is initiating the "if only" campaign, meaning, "if only I'd known the law, that person would be alive today."
PETER.WILLOTT@STAUGUSTINE.COM A bicyclist shares the road with afternoon traffic on U.S. 1, near the intersection of C.R. 312, on Wednesday, April 16, 2014.