Reading this it was clear, it could of been our story. The Hodnett family, like us, also lived less than one mile from the Atlantic Ocean.
Wildfires, scorching temperatures, severe thunderstorms, floods, and hurricanes are weather hazards that may occur in our area.
Tie down your outdoor furniture Pooh, it is about to be a “Blustery day in the Hundred Acre Woods.”
Sounds on Centre is from 6 to 8 Friday evening featuring Fermin Spanish Guitar in historic Fernandina Beach.
Summertime can bring a range of weather challenges and potential dangers with little warning, do what you can to prepare.
Are you a business in Nassau County that suffered damage from Tropical Storm Beryl? Emergency Management Department wants to know!
Hurricane Preparedness Week bring the discussion of wind and wind speeds. What does a category one or a category 2 really mean?
Since Hurricane Katrina, many people are confused over the mission of FEMA and this week is a great time to discuss FEMA.
Here are five tips to help Floridians protect themselves against the dangers of wildfire.
My daughter and her six year old son were at home in Henryville, Indiana when the devastating tornadoes nearly flattened their small town.
The saying goes: If March comes in like a lion, it will go out like a lamb. Is there any truth to this saying?
A hard freeze is in tonight’s forecast, but temperatures are back on the rise for the remainder of the week.
While experiencing a direct hit from a hurricane is unlikely, many areas are affected by tropical weather during hurricane season.
Recollections from a crew of 11 Fernandina Beach Disaster Relief workers, tasked with rebuilding a home in the Garden District of New Orleans
Water damage risk to homes and businesses increases with the onset of hurricane season, Paul Davis offers tips to keep families safe.