Life throws Gabby a curve when she discovers the father of her unborn child is her ex-boyfriend, a man now running for political office, someone whom she no longer loves.
Comedian Amy Beckham gives a group of friends sitting around a camp fire her humorous take on Christmas – Christmas carols, christmas traffic and more.
Just in time for Election 2016, local Comedian Amy Beckham offered her poetic take on the presidential candidates.
The Celebrity Chef and Operator of Gilbert’s Underground Kitchen Brings Southern Fare with International Flavor to Jacksonville’s Duval Neighborhood
Their company, Paz and Associates – The Bookstore Training Group, helps booksellers develop knowledge and skills to successfully operate profitable, independent bookstores.
Garcia began drawing as a young man and soon developed a love of color that he used to paint the birds, fish and animals he saw on his world travels.
“Brian has reached a benchmark in his career that deserves recognition, and the Spirit of Partnership Award provides that recognition. I am proud to call him an Edward Jones financial advisor.”
Jason Smith, a ten year veteran of the Fernandina Beach Police Department, has been promoted to Police Sergeant after successfully completing the recent, and competitive, process.
Live in Flip Flops is a registered trademark with corporate offices in Amelia Island, Florida.
All products are created and manufactured in the U.S.A.
Amelia Toffee Company was created in 2015 to provide innovative toffee flavors to die-hard toffee lovers.
Janet Gill, a longtime employee of the Nassau County Property Appraiser’s Office, retired at the end of May after 39 years of service.
Author Susan B. Barnes had a piece on seafood festivals across the U.S.A. published this week on USAToday.com, and the Shrimp Festival is included.
Based on a true story, TICO is written in English and in Spanish. Read it in one language and then flip it around to read it in the other.
Jim Weinsier to speak at Writers by the Sea meeting; this evening promises a bit of something for everyone.
Local attorney Clinch Kavanaugh, a seventh generation Fernandina Beach resident, has filed to seek election to the Fernandina Beach City Commission.