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The St. Johns County Bomb Squad arrived Jan. 23, at 2 Blare Drive, to investigate a grenade found by a resident.
The rusty, pineapple hand grenade was found in a knot in an oak tree. The area around the residence was closed within 300 feet.
As it turned out, however, the previous renter later explained that the grenade was a dummy that he had forgotten about after he had moved out.
The grenade was removed by the bomb squad, and the evacuees returned safely to their homes.
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28 "Cuba Mia"
30 Exploratory Beach Hike
30 Family Farm Day, at the Florida Agricultural Museum
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
31 Pool Safety Day
Matanzas High School honors seniors on award night
Matanzas High School awarded numerous seniors for all their scholastic work over the years.
Father and 10-year-old son team together to win 5K
Asher Ravede won the Freedom Falcon 5K on April 18.
Mystique Jazz Dancers win first place Diamond at Peabody
The Mystique Jazz Dancers of Dance Express brought dance to life at the Peabody Auditorium April 26.