With an average temperature in the low to mid 60s during the winter, Amelia Island is just 18 square miles and is the southernmost of the Sea Islands, a chain of tidal and barrier islands off the Atlantic coast.
The new county building is the first phase in the massive 37-acre, $1 billion County Square project.
We talk with local leaders about their 2021 resolutions
By Diane Murphy Write a dream down and watch it come true. That’s what Greenville artist Lacey Hennessey has done, and it’s changed everything. Her business, Hennessey in the Home,…
Funding is to provide relief to those organizations who have suffered financially because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Adding a pop of color to holiday trimmings, if selected carefully, poinsettias can stay vibrant into the new year.
As competition grew and tastes changed, a 19-year tradition of dining at Seven Oaks ended in early 2002.
The open-air ice rink will be open through Jan. 31, 2021.
From nonprofits to businesses to individuals, awardees have contributed to the community in outstanding ways with both the Community Foundation and TOWN Magazine highlighting the awardees’ mission of service and giving.
Former railway attracts more than 100,000 visitors each year since it opened in 1987
Early colonists copied the British love and custom for afternoon tea, though all of the leaves were imported.
A variety of veterans’ monuments and memorials are located throughout the county.
“My brother wouldn’t ever tell you he is an awesome pilot and Marine, but he is for sure and always has been.”
Just 5% of all physicians in the United States identified as Black or African American in 2018, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges.
If the traffic light hadn’t turned red when it did, a Greenville father known as a “gentle giant” wouldn’t be recovering from lifesaving surgery.