If there ever has been a time to buy local, it’s now. Shop local, eat local, support local. (But follow the restrictions, of course.)
The Rayonier Advanced Materials plant in downtown Fernandina converts shredded paper bills (currency) into fuel to power the plant.
Here’s a look at some wild and pretty purple blooms and berries that can be seen around Amelia Island as summer wanes into fall.
List of 10 Tips — How To Help Ocean. On Amelia Island we are privileged to have over 13 miles of beaches along the Atlantic Ocean.
Editor’s note: Contributing columnist, Steve Nicklas, expresses his views and insight on various topics in Marketplace column. ___STEVE’S MARKETPLACE___ Pay-To-Play A proposal from Fernandina Beach officials to charge for parking at the city’s beaches has encountered an icy reception. It is a slippery slope. A majority of commissioners essentially wants to charge visitors to use […]
EYES IN THE SKY: Glimpse Amelia and Cumberland islands and follow the St. Marys River between Florida-Georgia from Atlantic Ocean to Okefenokee Swamp.