Flood tides bring redfish for stealthy fishing

Flood tides bring redfish for stealthy fishing

By Nathan & Ted Miller With the Jaguar’s regular season and college football kicking off, September marks a great time of the year to be in Northeast Florida. Air temperatures should begin to cool slightly. Football fans make their way to their favorite college town on Saturdays, or tailgating along the north bank of Jacksonville […]

C. Bradley Faughn

By Victoria Register-Freeman Resident Community News Historic District resident C.Bradley Faughn knew how to satisfy the Secret Service. As project manager of Washington D.C.’s Kennedy Center renovation, he dealt with the President’s protectors on a regular basis. If the President was to attend an event, there was always a preliminary visit from his bodyguards. Moving […]

Going abroad for the first time

Going abroad for the first time

Over the summer, my mom’s side of the family took a family vacation. In the past, we have gone to places around the U.S. like the Rocky Mountains, Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire, and hiking trips in Virginia. However, this year, we went to London and Brimpton in England. I loved all the other trips […]

Jr. Resident worked at NASA

Griffin McCutcheon of San Marco and former Bolles School student spent the summer working at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Mountain View, CA conducting synthetic biology research for use in future space missions. McCutcheon, the son of Jeff and Lisa McCutcheon, was also named to the Dean’s list for academic excellence for the spring 2013 […]

Never a dull moment at EFYC summer kids camps

There was no time for boredom at the Epping Forest Yacht Club this summer. EFYC offered kids camps for tennis and sailing, and held themed weeks for general summer camp. The Sport and Fitness Camp had a “Games to You” day, from a company that offers fun activities for kids of all ages, including a […]

Bringing “abroad” home to Jacksonville

Rather than going abroac, the Enoch family brought Spain into their home for the month of July. Through Education First (EF) Homestay, 150 middle and high school aged students studied English with EF teachers at the Episcopal School of Jacksonville and attended organized field trips around Jacksonville each day. The students came from all over […]

Mission trips lead young women to value life differently

Virginia Smith, of Ortega Forest, and Avondale resident Sally Van Cleve, both 2013 graduates of the Episcopal School of Jacksonville (ESJ), gave up their summer – willingly. Smith spent six weeks working in Alajuelita, Costa Rica as a staff intern, where she led U.S.-based church groups ranging from 10 to 50 high school students, college-aged […]

Local medical centers ranked high by U.S. News and World Report

Baptist Medical Center and UF Health Shands among Best Hospitals Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville and Baptist Medical Center South, which share a license, were again ranked No. 1 among metro Jacksonville hospitals in the U.S. News and World Report annual Best Hospital rankings. The hospitals also ranked fourth in Florida, up from fifth last year. […]

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