People And Businesses Moving South, Many To Sunny Florida

Voting with their feet, people and companies are relocating. COVID-19 has only accelerated these moves.

Weighing Costs And Necessity Of Fernandina’s Expensive Projects

With two newly-elected commissioners in the city of Fernandina Beach, there’s hope newcomers — Bradley Bean and David Sturges — will help “right the ship.”

As New Amelia Island Businesses Open, Others Close Elsewhere

New small businesses have opened in Fernandina Beach despite the pandemic, including microbreweries and restaurants. Plus new hotels are to open soon.

Plenty Of Room For Gratitude This Thanksgiving 2020

Thanksgiving will be different this year, but we still have much to be thankful for, even this year.

81% Voter Turnout In Conservative Nassau County

Nassau County voted decisively for re-electing President Donald Trump, a Republican, by a 72 percent margin.

Amid A Red Sea Of Patriotism In Jacksonville

20,000 gathered at Cecil Airport for the “Great American Comeback” rally. With Air Force One as a backdrop, there was mob-like enthusiasm.

Fernandina Needs More Tax Revenues To Meet Lofty Spending

The city of Fernandina Beach should pare back spending and postpone frivolous new projects. Do more with less.

Trump Support Shown By Land, Sea And Air

North Florida is a conservative area. Pro-Trump supporters held events Labor Day weekend around Amelia Island, including a boat parade and plane flyovers along the beaches.