ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. – The St. Johns County School Board voted Tuesday to delay the school start date for three weeks.

The 2020-2021 school year will now begin on Aug. 31. It was scheduled to begin on Aug. 10. The change means that the last day of school will move to...

St. Johns County School Board members on Tuesday asked the school district to explore pushing back the school start date to give the district more time to implement COVID-19 safety plans and allow parents to make decisions.

The majority of board members asked the distri...

According to a facebook post made by Commissioner Waldron's daughter this afternoon, Commissioner Paul Waldron is in a very serious battle right now after being diagnosed with Covid-19.

Ashley Waldron Zapata is asking for our prayers right now: 

"I am not the person to n...

"If you have to turn one or two people away, that's not going to shut your business down. The government coming back in at the state level, and saying 'sorry, you've got to close now because the numbers are going the wrong way,' that will force businesses to close, and...

After hours of discussion, Commissioners Maggie Kostka and Commissioner Dylan Rumrell could not be swayed to vote for something that, "Could not be enforced," as agreed on by every expert that was asked, beach police, and even all commissioners.

Rumrell pointed out...

 As predicted, the City of St. Augustine is now facing a lawsuit over their mandatory mask policy, just days after its enactment.

This morning, State Representative Anthony Sabatini, who has been involved in multiple lawsuits against other cities and counties attempting...

A Public Safety Message from Sheriff Shoar: 


I wanted to take a moment to discuss an issue that has recently emerged in other parts of our state and across our nation. St. Johns County has already endured many challenges due to the Covid-19 virus and we would like to e...

After hours of public comment, a motion was brought forward by County Commissioner Henry Dean to mandate face masks in St. Johns County, with terms to be discussed and decided at a later time.

The motion did not receive a second from any commissioners, and therefore fai...

UF announced a multi-step approach to "Addressing racism and inequities" last week. Part of the plan was “removing any monuments or namings that UF can control that celebrate the Confederacy or its leaders.” 

In a statement to WJCT News, a UF spokesperson said "Universi...

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