Community Spirit

MS Awareness Week and Walk MS Coming this Spring

 

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, North Florida Chapter announced in November open registration for Walk MS 2012, the rallying point of the MS movement. Walk MS takes place every Spring in several locations in the North Florida area. This year, MS Awareness Week will enhance MS awareness during Walk MS season.

Deputies Targeting Children for 'Playin' Safe'

Deputies Targeting Children for 'Playin' Safe'

CLAY COUNTY, Fla. -- Deputies on patrol around Lake Asbury Elementary School today were busting children left and right, even kids who hadn't done anything wrong.

Actually, it was specifically kids who hadn't done anything wrong.

Community Leaders Head to "Jail" Wednesday

 

On Wednesday, December 14, 2011 the Country Club of Orange Park and the Muscular Dystrophy Association will hold its Clay County "Executive" Lock-up, between the hours of 9am and 3pm.

News Releae: 2011 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Exceeds Records

News Releae: 2011 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Exceeds Records

 

The number 17 was the charm for Susan G. Komen of Northeast Florida. Their 17th Annual Susan G. Komen North Florida Race for the Cure®, held at the end of October, was one of their greatest yet, in terms of participants and funds raised.

Send Your Holiday Lights Photos!

Send Your Holiday Lights Photos!

 

As you start to put up your holiday lights around and in your home, think of snapping a quick photo and sending them to us.

We might feature your photo on air and online.

Send them to news@firstcoastnews.com!

MORE HOLIDAY COVERAGE

Heart Healthier Holidays:A guide for a heart-healthy holiday season

Heart Healthier Holidays:A guide for a heart-healthy holiday season

Tis the season for big family gatherings! Between holiday parties, late night feasts and traveling, healthy habits can easily go right out the window.  The American Heart Association-Go Red For Women movement encourages everyone to enjoy traditional meals in moderation during this holiday season. Extra calories can quickly convert into additional pounds, which can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke. Give your family the gift of a healthy heart by using the following tips to help make smarter choices over the holidays.