Market Highs 2022: Top Amelia Island Home Sold Vs. Rare Collector Car

Here’s a glimpse back at the highest home sale plus one rare car. Each sold for more than $13 million here at the Florida-Georgia border.

SO FAR, SO GOOD: Slow Start To Hurricane Season 2022 But Peak Time Is September

Unusual lack of hurricanes this season through August. However, September is historically most active month in Atlantic — be prepared.

A Look At Fernandina’s New River Walkway, Waterfront Stabilization Project

As the summer of 2022 approaches, the Amelia River Waterfront Stabilization Project (Phase 1) is nearing completion. The project features a new seawall and walkway in downtown Fernandina Beach. Construction work began back in September 2021. The seawall/walkway runs parallel to the riverbank on the southern section of the Fernandina Harbor Marina. The river walk […]

Fernandina’s Multi-Million Marina Funds Fight With FEMA Resolved

Fernandina’s thorny dispute with FEMA has finally been resolved in the city’s favor.

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.

VOYAGES — Unusual Vessels Navigate To Fernandina Beach

It’s been quite an unusual several months of extraordinary vessels visiting Fernandina since the pandemic emerged.

VOYAGES — Hurricane Season Delays Removal Of Massive Shipwreck

An engineering marvel at the Port of Fernandina, the VB 10,000 is the answer to removing Georgia’s massive shipwreck.

September & October — Prime Time To Be Prepared For Hurricanes

Watch NASSAU Emergency Management’s hurricane preparedness round table video. Even residents who have lived in Fernandina Beach, Yulee, and Callahan for years may learn something new.