Specialist Kelly J. Mixon, of Yulee, Florida, died December 8, 2010, while supporting combat operations in Balkh Province, Afghanistan.
The Fernandina Pirates Club’s Royal Ball raised funds for their holiday programs and another $500.00 to assist Joy to the Children.
A two month undercover narcotics investigation by the Fernandina Beach Police Department and the DEA concluded over the weekend.
Shipping gifts is a big pain around the Holidays, especially if you don’t know which carrier takes best care of your precious package. Here is what a survey taught us.
MaVynee Betsch, Amelia Island’s own Beach Lady, has been nominated to be inducted into the Florida Women’s Hall of Fame.
The Boat Parade has been cancelled, but the Fernandina Beach Lighted Christmas Land Parade will go on as scheduled!
At 4:33pm on December 1, Fernandina Beach Fire-Rescue Department was dispatched to a report of a building fire at 1201 Atlantic Avenue.
How lucky can one get; a major oil leak but no hurricane to make it a galactical disaster. Who is celebrating Hurricane Thanksgiving?
Protecting the first really technological advanced field weapon, the XM25, from falling in enemy hands, should be a real concern, not an afterthought.
American Business Women’s Association presented Fernandina Police Chief with a check to benefit the 2010 Shop with Cops program.
The Port of Fernandina has gone wireless!
Last month Sergeant Rhonda Sanderson was recognized as the Law Enforcement Officer of the Year.
Some very reliable sources were playing golf when they snapped this photo. “Wild Amelia indeed!”
The regularly scheduled meeting of the Nassau County Board of County Commissioners has been cancelled.
As you gather to celebrate Thanksgiving this year, Fernandina Beach Fire-Rescue would like to remind everyone to make safety your top priorities.