Tag Archives: Florida

Waterfront Dispute Comes Down to a Park or More Parking Spaces

By Mike Lednovich The race is on to determine whether a waterfront park in Fernandina [...]

RYAM Open House a Friendly Affair

The crowd at the RYAM bioethanol open house Wednesday was mostly neighbors wondering about this [...]

Coming Soon: A Coffee Place With a Mission

By Dylan Bailey If you’re a coffee connoisseur, there’s a new coffee shop on the [...]

Commentary: “Getting Older” Doesn’t Have to be “Getting Old”

By Dickie Anderson Approaching my 80th birthday this spring, I am determined to do everything [...]

Commentary: The Riverstone Battle is Far From Over

By Lyn Panone On April 23, 2023, Nassau County Commissioners Martin, Huppman, Gray and Farmer [...]

9:30 a.m. Aug 28 Weather Notice

The U.S. Weather Service is forecasting at this time that Hurricane Idalia will make landfall [...]

Publix Goes for Expansion Allowed by New Code Changes

  By Mike Lednovich Just days after the city commission voted to change the City [...]

Amid Big Cuts, a Big Raise for Commissioners?

By Mike LednovichFernandina Beach City Commissioners are cutting funding for sidewalks, beach walkovers and paving [...]

COMMENTARY: How Covid Has Changed Health Care

By Diana Twiggs, MD It is not an exaggeration to say the coronavirus pandemic forever [...]

Nassau County Civil War battle – Battle of 100 Pines – A CNN Segment

We are pleased to present a recent CNN segment aired Saturday, January 26 on the [...]