Monthly Archive: May 2012
Property owners may remove trees damaged by fire, wind, lightning, or other acts of nature posing an imminent danger to life or property.
Government, In the News
June’s Fernandina Chamber of Commerce speaker will be Jason Mudd of The AXIA Public Relations Firm
Fernandina Observer Writer Suanne Thamm continues her series with an article about Civics 101.
Samples of wine and beer are part of the tasting, as well as a variety of live music for everyone’s listening pleasure.
Orli Shaham was recognized early for her prodigious talents. She received her first scholarship at age five.
Chamber Music Festival, Music
Memorial Day celebrations were held at the Atlantic Rec Center and covered by Gerry Clare focusing on two local lives celebrated.
Facebook faces some serious questions after the IPO backfired because of last minute volume and price changes
Blogs, Economy, Feature, Money and finance
“I’m going to sit on you,” said my wife, “you’re not going outside.” “I have to”, I said, “or we get more damage than this creepy little storm should get credit for”
Hurricane Preparedness Week bring the discussion of wind and wind speeds. What does a category one or a category 2 really mean?
Amelia Island-Fernandina Beach-Yulee Chamber of Commerce’s community leadership development program, graduated Monday, May 21, 2012.
Since Hurricane Katrina, many people are confused over the mission of FEMA and this week is a great time to discuss FEMA.
Here is a piece of Sunday humor for you to enjoy this Memorial Day Weekend. The original author is unknown.
The resort’s tennis pros love teaching children the magnificent game of tennis during this Summer Tennis Camp
Activities, Golf and Tennis, Sports
Florida is a wonderful place to live, and it is definitely somewhere that people aspire to live all of their lives.
This is a patriotic concert to celebrate Memorial Day performed by members of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra.
Community Events, Music