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Work Progressing at Old Florida Baptist Convention Site

Work Progressing at Old Florida Baptist Convention Site

Work continues on The 1230 Hendricks project. The new apartment complex in San Marco will feature 345 multi-family units ranging from studio to two-bedroom apartments. Sizes will range from 557 to 1,414 square feet. Sitting on the site of the old Florida Baptist Convention Center, the complex will include 5,000 feet of retail space. The […]

National Philanthropy Day Winners

National Philanthropy Day Winners

Transformations continues to draw a crowd, showcasing the best in philanthropy

Transformations continues to draw a crowd, showcasing the best in philanthropy

On Oct. 21, the Sulzbacher Center’s annual Transformations showcased its theme of ‘No More Closed Doors’ program. Thanks to the generosity of their advocates, Sulzbacher has remained open for over 25 years. The virtual event shared the uplifting story of Lynda, a female veteran and the transformation of Antron, a client from their new Mental […]

Riverside resident continues family legacy of military service

Riverside resident continues family legacy of military service

Riverside resident Kevin Kuzel comes from a long line of family serving in the military. Everyone in his family from his generation back to his grandparents on his mother’s side served, including his uncles who served during World War II on both his parents’ sides. “My grandmother actually signed up with my mother to serve,” […]

Deck the Doors campaign brings festive atmosphere to Ronald McDonald House

Deck the Doors campaign brings festive atmosphere to Ronald McDonald House

The holidays are a difficult time to be in the hospital, especially for children and their families. To help bring holiday cheer to those families, 121 Financial has partnered with Ronald McDonald House Charities (RHMC) of Jacksonville in their Deck the Doors campaign, which kicked off October 1. “Through this campaign, we invite the community […]

DIA, City Council asking for liquor license changes for Northbank, Kings Ave.

DIA, City Council asking for liquor license changes for Northbank, Kings Ave.

The Jacksonville City Council is asking the Duval Delegation for legislation to reduce the number of seats and space required for a liquor license around King Street and more parts of Downtown Jacksonville. The request, known as a J bill, would lower the requirements to apply for a liquor license to at least 50 seats […]

Cummer Museum completes restoration of Peter Paul Rubens artwork

Cummer Museum completes restoration of Peter Paul Rubens artwork

The Cummer Museum of Arts & Gardens has completed its restoration of The Lamentation of Christ by Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640). The entire restoration process was documented and photographed for educational purposes, including sharing restoration techniques and the importance of the art restoration process. The artwork is the centerpiece of the Museum’s Baroque collection and […]

Wolfson Children’s Hospital announces landmark donation from local family in support of new critical care tower

Wolfson Children’s Hospital announces landmark donation from local family in support of new critical care tower

Wolfson Children’s Hospital of Jacksonville announced it has received a landmark gift from The Borowy Family Foundation toward the new children’s critical care tower, slated to open January 25, 2022. The generous donation will be recognized by establishing the newest addition to the Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville and Wolfson Children’s Hospital campus: The Borowy Family […]

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