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St. Augustine’s travelers: The things they carry

St. Augustine’s travelers: The things they carry

On Washington Street in St. Augustine, men and women sit outside the St. Francis House. They sit close to the things they carry, in fear that they can quickly be taken away. ...

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Interim Director brings new vision to St. Francis House

Interim Director brings new vision to St. Francis House

The desk that Judy Dembowski occupies at the St. Francis House is new to her. In a few short weeks, however, she has made it her own, down to her characteristic coffee mug. ...

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State Road 313 threatens St. Augustine’s Twelve Mile Swamp

State Road 313 threatens St. Augustine’s Twelve Mile Swamp

A few miles northwest of Downtown St. Augustine is a pond shaped like a tear. If the Florida Department of Transportation gets their way, it will be sliced in half by a six-lane h ...

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The hopes and risks of starting a small business: ECO Ride

The hopes and risks of starting a small business: ECO Ride

St. Augustine is the fertile ground which cultivates the growth of many unique small businesses. One particular local business, ECO Ride Taxi, is one. ...

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Diamonds in the Rough Horse Farm

Diamonds in the Rough Horse Farm

Take a look at the Diamonds in the Rough Horse Farm in St. Augustine, FL. The farm is part retirement home and part rescue facility for horses. ...

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Vibrio vulnificus: The deadly bacteria in Florida waters

Vibrio vulnificus: The deadly bacteria in Florida waters

In late October, Kelly Johnson, 24, of St. Augustine, was treated for what is being identified as a dangerous water born bacteria present in Florida waters. ...

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Movember comes to Flagler

Movember comes to Flagler

A series of events have been planned all throughout the month, each aimed at promoting a healthy lifestyle within the Flagler student body while using the entry fees to raise fund ...

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Growing home brewing trend comes to St. Augustine

Growing home brewing trend comes to St. Augustine

The increasing popularity of home brewing and craft beer has reached St. Augustine. ...

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Ancient City Stories Bringing Light to St. Augustine Locals

Ancient City Stories Bringing Light to St. Augustine Locals

St. Augustine and some of its residents can prove to be very quirky and interesting people. Ancient City Stories is a new series first aired early this October produced by Flagler ...

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Back to school: A new generation

Back to school: A new generation

With the country still reeling from the economic recession, recent high school graduates are not the only ones looking for a degree from higher education. ...

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Student Debt leaves recent graduates reeling

Student Debt leaves recent graduates reeling

For Alexandra Evans graduating from Flagler College meant celebrating with friends and family and reflecting on the past four years — it also meant dealing with $39,000 in student ...

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Homeless struggle to obtain IDs, Social Security cards in Florida

Homeless struggle to obtain IDs, Social Security cards in Florida

In the state of Florida, homeless struggle to obtain IDs, Social Security cards. ...

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Protestors urge removal of Castillo de San Marcos

Protestors urge removal of Castillo de San Marcos

On October 14, people allied with indigenous rights gathered in St Augustine, Fla. from all across the state to contest the representation of cultural history that has taken place ...

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A New Winter Wonderland hitting St. Augustine

A New Winter Wonderland hitting St. Augustine

After six years of hosting the highly anticipated "Winter Wonderland", the St. Augustine Amphitheatre is taking a break from the ice rink. Instead, there will be a series of free ...

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Re-enactment of Pedro Menendez’s landing in St. Augustine

Re-enactment of Pedro Menendez’s landing in St. Augustine

Each year the residents of St. Augustine celebrate their town's birthday, dating back to 1565, when Pedro Menedenez de Aviles landed in Florida. ...

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Government shutdown causes grief for Castillo interns

Government shutdown causes grief for Castillo interns

As the nation enters the second week of the government shutdown, Republicans and Democrats show no signs of coming to a compromise. ...

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