Remembering The Fallen — Memorial Day Ceremony, May 31st

In Fernandina Beach and elsewhere across the nation, ceremonies will be held to honor those who died while serving in the United States military.

Florida’s Governor Pokes The Woke, Like Kicking A Fire Ants’ Nest

Ron DeSantis awoke before most other governors. When the media tries to poke holes in his policies, he taunts them.

More Business Competition Enters Nassau County Every Day

The writing is on the wall, like graffiti on a CSX rail car. We must read it, and act on it.

The Nature of Places: Fort Clinch State Park

The pandemic added an extra layer of appreciation for places like Fort Clinch, Amelia Island’s largest natural area.

Work With Fernandina’s City Businesses – Not Against Them

Protestors have recently become commonplace at city meetings. Frustration has been brewing like a Mocama beer.

Amelia Island Senior Living Community Adds New Indoor Pool

New saltwater pool at Osprey Village will be used for low-impact, cardio workouts year-round.

Cumberland Island Ferry Back At 100% Capacity, 3 Docks Now Open

Repairs at Dungeness, Sea Camp and Plum Orchard docks have been completed.

Bird Observation At Spoonbill Pond

Just off Amelia Island’s south end, across the Nassau Sound bridge, sits Spoonbill Pond. It’s an excellent spot for sighting a diversity of bird species.