Seven-day rolling average

Cases in Camden top 200

Camden hit an unwelcome milestone this week, recording its 200th coronavirus case on Monday. The total confirmed case count now stands at 233 as of 3 p.m. Wednesday. This doesn’t mean that 233 people are currently infected because the total number…

July 4 is busy night for first-responders


Although most of Camden’s usual Independence Day activities were canceled last weekend due to COVID-19, private celebrations of the holiday kept local police, fire and EMS crews busy throughout the

Gatherings for prayer and protest in the city

A crowd of people gathered Sunday to hold a prayer vigil on the steps of Memorial United Methodist Church in downtown Fernandina Beach. Leaders from area churches and members of the community joined for the “Vigil of Lament, Solidarity, & Hope,” according to a news release from...

The COVID-19 numbers for Nassau County

Tuesday, June 2: Three more cases of positive COVID-19 tests in Nassau County residents were announced Tuesday morning. According to a post on the Emergency Management page on Facebook, "The first case is a 42 year old female who had no known contact with a confirmed case and with no...

County graduations to be livestreamed

Family and friends who cannot be there in person will be able to watch the 2020 Nassau County high school graduation ceremonies on the internet instead, according to Schools Superintendent Dr. Kathy Burns. Speaking at the May 28 meeting of the Nassau County School Board, Burns said that...

PSA suspends all sports programs


The Camden County PSA has announced that all youth programs, including baseball, softball, T-ball, track and gymnastics will be postponed for two weeks, through April 3.