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St. Johns County Offering Sand Bags to Address Potential Flooding

St. Johns County Offering Sand Bags to Address Potential Flooding

St. Johns County Offering Sand Bags to Address Potential Flooding St. Johns County, Fla. – Due to heavy rains associated with Tropical Storm Isaac, the St. Johns County Road and Bridge Department is providing sand bags to County residents. Sand and bags will be provided to the public from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on [...]

Generational Influences in 2012 American Presidential Election: A New Role for Millennials?

Generational Influences in 2012 American Presidential Election: A New Role for Millennials?

Generational influences will significantly impact our social interactions, labor force, politics, and practically every other aspect of American life over the near term.  This is primarily due to the increasing influence of generation Y, a group more widely known as the Millennials. The following table is instructive: Birth range             Generational Identifier  [...]

Facial Recognition Helps to Recognize Criminals

Facial Recognition Helps to Recognize Criminals

Facial recognition software is being used regularly in law enforcement agencies. The technology can analyze a face in a picture and provide police with a positive identification. The next level up from fingerprints, this incredible technology comes with great power and responsibilities. Cameras are Everywhere One reason facial recognition technology is so important is because [...]

Socially Recapitalizing and Rebuilding Community

Socially Recapitalizing and Rebuilding Community

  Periods of prosperity in the life of a nation, or more generally any society, undermine community by reducing the need we have for one another. People do fewer favors for one another as there tends to be enough money for everyone to act independently. In America, as is the case elsewhere, new job creation [...]

The Crisis

The Crisis

  As I gaze out upon the American landscape I am greatly saddened. I know this is not a feeling that I am alone with – others are sharing the almost desperate need to see our country get back ‘online.’ I mean, just watching the Olympic Games and seeing all countries come together and unite [...]

Brother-in-law of Syrian President killed in bomb blast as rebels close in on Assad regime

Brother-in-law of Syrian President killed in bomb blast as rebels close in on Assad regime

Syria’s Defence Minister Daoud Rajiha was also killed in what is considered to be the harshest blow to the Syrian regime since the uprising began The brother-in-law of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has been has been killed in a bomb blast in Damascus, the country’s state television confirmed today. General Assef Shawkat – who was [...]

Dlyan Manning has been missing since 10:00pm last night (3/28/2012)

Dlyan Manning has been missing since 10:00pm last night (3/28/2012)

My son, Dlyan Manning has been missing since 10:00pm last night (3/28/2012) .He is 17 years old. He has reddish/brown hair with green eyes. Dylan is 6’1″ tall and weighs about 200lbs.  He was last seen at Camp Tracey in Glen St. Mary, FL. If you think you recognize him please call Deputy Sheriff J. [...]

Florida Living History, Inc. Prepares for Florida’s 500th Anniversary

To prepare for Florida’s 500th anniversary in 2013, Florida Living History, Inc. (FLH), will offer its annual heritage Event – “This Other World”: Ponce de León and the Founding of Florida! Presented by FLH’s member group – La Compañía de Juan Ponce de León / The Company of Juan Ponce de León (c. 1513 – [...]

Ever Wanted to Ask President Clinton’s Opinion on a Political Or Social Issue?

Ever wanted to ask President Clinton’s opinion on a political or social issue that affects your life and community? Here is your opportunity. Send in your question by this Sunday, March 11th. The questions will be submitted to the President’s office for consideration. Immediately following his scheduled speaking engagement at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre on [...]

Major Humanities Grant Awarded to Florida Living History, Inc.

Florida Humanities Council / Florida Living History, Inc. 2012-13 Major Humanities Grant Award St. Augustine, FL The Directors of Florida Living History, Inc. (FLH), are pleased to announce that Florida Living History, Inc., has been awarded a Major Grant of $15,000 by the Florida Humanities Council (FHC), the state affiliate of the National Endowment for [...]

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