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Youth Ambassador John Hutton puts community first

By KIMEKO MCCOY kimeko.mccoy@staugustine.com Since Nease High School senior John Hutton was a youngster, community service always seemed to be his niche. Even today as a 450th Youth Ambassador, Hutton uses his leadership and service skills to create his own role as tour guide in the nation’s oldest

New 450th exhibit sees St. Augustine then and now

By KIMEKO MCCOY kimeko.mccoy@staugustine.com Starting Saturday, St. Augustine visitors and residents alike will have the opportunity to admire something many are fascinated with: St. Augustine then and now. The latest St. Augustine 450th Commemoration exhibition titled “The First City through the Ey

Legacy project aims to preserve, protect and perpetuate

By KIMEKO MCCOY kimeko.mccoy@staugustine.com St. Augustine is a city with a rich heritage of different cultures all stemming from different parts of the world, but there’s one thing many of them have in common: They came here by boat. Now all these years later, the St. Augustine Maritime Heritage Fo

Festival promotes a more pet-friendly St. Augustine

By KIMEKO MCCOY kimeko.mccoy@staugustine.com A little known fact is that the Fountain of Youth Archaeological park is pet-friendly, but the upcoming St. Augustine Maritime Heritage Foundation Festival is looking to step that up a notch. Linda Allen, secretary media director of the foundation, and Si