Nassau County’s Emergency Management update on Hurricane Michael… looks like our local beaches are closed.
The Fernandina Main Street mission is to focus on historic preservation and to ensure the economic vitality of downtown.
For a decade, Amelia Island’s annual restaurant week remains one of the most anticipated events on the island.
Pétanque World Champions to compete in largest tournament in Americas right here on Amelia Island.
A general interest indie bookstore, “Story & Song” will offer new books for all ages and the best selection of unique greeting cards in Nassau County, fun toys, and gifts for the reading lifestyle.
Amelia Island Named Top 10 U.S. Island by Condé Nast Traveler Readers – Northeast Florida destination ranked #3 in the 30th annual Readers’ Choice Awards
Can someone please explain to me the thought process that goes on when picking the top 25 teams for the AP poll each week?
Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) has just been named one of 150 community colleges eligible to compete for the 2019 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence.
Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) will host its first event, “Generational Dynamics in the Workplace”, in its new Business Speaker Series which is presented by First Florida Credit Union.
Rescue swimmers from Fernandina Beach Fire-Rescue, the Nassau County Sheriff’s Office, and an off-duty Fernandina Beach Lifeguard responded and began searching the rough waters.
The first new development on Amelia Island with deep-water access to the Intracoastal Waterway in 15 years, Crane Island is also the island’s last waterfront land available for new home construction with boat access.
Florida State College at Jacksonville’s (FSCJ) Fire Academy of the South has been named the 2016 Florida Fire Service Training and Education Provider of the Year.
The 2017 finalists were selected by Coastal Living editors based on past inclusion in magazines, as well as nominations garnered through social media.
At White Oak’s STEM camp, kids will explore conservation as they learn about the threats animals face world wide and the work necessary to ensure the survival of wildlife.
If anyone has any information regarding the bomb threat at Fernandina Beach High School this week, please call Detective Sergeant Tracey Hamilton at (904) 310-3215.