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.
Brian Henning was one of only 247 of the firm’s more than 14,000 financial advisors to receive the award.
Sunrise Rotary Club of Amelia Island designated Micah’s place as the recipient of this quarter’s morning meeting fundraising efforts.
Our bodies are memory banks of past emotions and experiences. We hold these thoughts in our muscles, in our cells, and right down to our DNA.
This year, the Shrimp Festival Committee, along with the community, will show Rosa Adams their heartfelt appreciation by recognizing her as the 2015 Grand Marshall.
The free 20-page tabloid News-Wrecker can be picked up in island pubs, restaurants, businesses and selected shops, and other fine establishments.
Micah’s Place, a Certified Domestic Violence Center in Nassau County, has announced the selection of Heather Woody Jones as its new Chief Executive Officer.
Known for its academic excellence, the FBI Academy offers 10 weeks of advanced operational, investigative, management, leadership and fitness training.
Wife of former mayor completes trilogy Amelia Island’s Mark of a Man. The third novel in The Goodbye Lie historical series is published.
The couple currently reside in Chattanooga, however the future bride and groom originally met when they attended Fernandina Beach High School.
Sue has been a grant writer and development specialist for more than fourteen years and has experience with diverse funding sources.
Deonas, who won his election unopposed in August, will be sworn in by Judge Robert Foster with refreshments served after the ceremony.
The Aflac Duck just loves Jennifer at VIP Dog Salon. Ducks are difficult to groom but Jennifer didn’t ruffle his feathers once!
Stephen France made Ninja history by being the first amputee to compete on American Ninja Warrior.