Rain, Rain, Go Away …

… we wanna get outside and play. We got a small taste of unseasonably warm weather last week, and we want it back. Luckily, according to the National Weather Service the St. Joe River will not reach major flood stage. The river is considered at major flood stage when it reaches a level of 38 feet or more. According to the National Weather Service’s data as of today, the river will begin its decent out of flood stage (32.5-38 feet) […]

Constructing a Community

There are towns everywhere. Communities, however, are different; rare even because they have to be created. They are formed by people and fostered through hard work. It doesn’t have to be something as organized as a recycling project or any type of major platform to make an impact — although those are nice too. Take Little League, for example. Dozens of people volunteer countless hours all in an effort to make spring a little more special for a group of […]