Paradise… A lot of people dream of a little island in the middle of nowhere. White sands, blue sea, palm trees… Get the picture?
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Lights at the Dolphin Ave and Main Beach Parking lots will be improved to prevent sea turtle disorientation. City receives up to $12K from grant programs.
Watch our float in the 2014 Pirate Parade and subscribe to the daily updates. Expect to be correctly informed and hilariously entertained by the new SearchAmelia.
Lost in rhetoric, many news media, make mention of new Cold War, exposing their ignorance of what really is at stake in the Crimea.
The Council on Aging Fix It Volunteers are driven with a willingness to make a difference, and a sincere desire to keep the seniors living in a safe dwelling.
Party with Ronnie and Julie Stoots in Italy this summer as they take you with them for their 25th Wedding Anniversary, from the Amalfi coast south of Naples to Florence and beyond.
The easiest test in the world and passing requires only 3 correct answers out of 10!
Nassau County’s Boys and Girls Clubs use latest technology to have largest silent auction in its history. Michael Amante performs at Gala Dinner this Saturday, January 18 at Ritz Carlton, Amelia Island.
With fixed price 3 course signature dishes, local favorite restaurants introduce the new gastronomical year during Amelia Island Restaurant Week from Jan 17-26.
The City of Fernandina Beach announced in a press release that its compliance work in Fema’s CRS has resulted in improved discounts of flood insurance premiums.
Local farmers and chefs contribute to fresh and organic cuisine options as Ritz Carlton’s Café 4750 kicks off 2014 Amelia Island Restaurant Week
The answer to the question if bigger is really better, will always depend on the taste and class of who asks the question. The Titanic and the Allure of the Seas only compare in numbers.
Nothing beats being prepared for life’s curve balls, physically and mentally.
Citing the need to expand A1A Wealth Management’s financial services program while maintaining personal touch, Mark Dennis becomes part of Jacksonville’s River Capital Advisors.
Concerts used to be about great music and yes some concert goers abused themselves with alcohol and drugs ..but mosh pits?? Come on you redneck idiots.