Virus Exposes Flaws In High Tax Cities And States

Many will move to low-tax states with fewer rules and less congestion, like Florida.

Billions For “America’s Best Idea”

Great news for America’s National Parks is the “Great American Outdoors Act,” providing desperately needed funding for the nation’s wondrous places.

New Review of Spanish Grid In Old Town Fernandina

A new review of Old Town’s Spanish grid by the University of Florida was approved by the city.

Nassau County’s Mask Mandate Extended

Nassau County, FL has extended its mask mandate, continuing the directive through September 25, 2020, the third month of this emergency order.

Pandemic Precautions Planned For Amelia Concours 2021

The show will go on March 4 – 7, 2021, according to the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance, “even if the virus lingers and a vaccine remains elusive.”

Florida’s Single-Family Home Inventory Down 32% Year-To-Year

Florida’s single-family home supply is the lowest level of inventory recorded during the last 13 months, reflecting a sellers’ market.

An Unwelcomed Visitor, COVID-19 Impacts Tourism

Amelia Island has gone through tourism-related disasters before, but this year has been a roller-coaster.

Georgia Vs. Florida Football Game 2020

Normally when the Georgia-Florida game approaches, downtown Fernandina and elsewhere around Amelia Island is bustling with Georgia football fans.