The search did not produce any unusual items and the West Rock safety team opted to reopen the facility.
In the News
A man realized his wallet was missing after deliberately being bumped into at the Green Turtle; Thaxton Rowe was leaving his job, heard the commotion and chased after the suspect.
Remember the news story several months ago about a man in Virginia who defied his local Homeowners Association, and refused to take down the American Flag on his property?
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.
Authorities will be out in force June 24 – 26th looking for boaters who choose to boat under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. It is illegal to operate a vessel in Florida with a BAC of .08 or higher.
There has been a Voluntary Product Recall of 30lb Blue Buffalo Life Protection Formula Fish & Sweet Potato Recipe for Dogs.
The graduation keynote speaker is Marcellus Holmes III, former New England Patriots and Arena Football League player.
A new ordinance on Amelia Island has been implemented to keep the beaches and waterways of the barrier island clean of beach debris and safe for locals, visitors and wildlife. Visitors to the island will find instructing new ordinance in place mandating that any personal property left or abandoned on the beach will be removed and destroyed.
FSCJ students competed against more than 80 colleges and universities from around the country in speech and debate categories.
Investigators are continuing this investigation and still want to speak with anyone that might have information about these incidents.
The dedication and hard work of Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) students will be honored at the 49th Commencement Ceremony on Thursday, May 5.
The qualified candidate will handle the traditional scope of work including consultation and coordination with the City Attorney and City Manager.
Refugee migrations have a history that is as old as the human race, sometimes caused by hunger and natural disasters, but most often by war.
Richmond, VA, detectives contacted Fernandina Police and supplied photos of property that were identified as items in the burglary of June 11th at Vintage Vendors.
The Fernandina Beach Police Department began its very successful Shop with Cops program in 2004 and now serves more than 150 local school children each year