Church buys Cabin Bluff as retreat center

The Nature Conservancy recently sold a portion of the Cabin Bluff property at Harrietts Bluff to a mega-church in Jacksonville, Florida, for $12.75 million.  Church of Eleven22 purchased 3.2 acres of the 11,000-acre property and plans to use the…

St. Marys man killed in accident


A St. Marys man was killed last week after a Charlton County ambulance collided with a church van, according to the Georgia State Patrol report.

Kessler found competent to stand trial

Judge James Daniel has decided Kimberly Kessler is still mentally competent to stand trial for the murder of Joleen Cummings. At a hearing held Thursday morning, Daniel refused to appoint a new attorney for her and set a date for jury selection. Kessler was charged in September 2018 with the...

OHPA blasts city of Fernandina Beach

Ocean Highway and Port Authority commissioners were nothing less than enraged at a letter sent by the city of Fernandina Beach requesting a house on port property holding the offices of U.S. Customs be preserved, and saying that state Sen. Aaron Bean and state Rep. Cord Byrd have been asked to...

Feedback on latest waterfront plan begins

At a Zoom meeting held to receive public feedback about the latest plans to develop the city’s Amelia River waterfront, residents said they want to maintain the blue-collar nature and history of the waterfront, keep the current businesses at the Fernandina Harbor Marina, and ensure the area’s...

Wildcats come through with win against Oakleaf

The  Camden County Wildcats raked in another victory last Friday against Oakleaf, winning with a score of 25-12. “I thought it was an outstanding win against a really good football team,” said head coach Bob Sphire of the Camden County High School varsity football team.

Wildcats defeat defending state champs

With the defending Georgia state 7A champions coming to Chris Gilman Stadium Friday evening, Wildcat fans were hoping for a good game between two great football programs and they were not disappointed. 

Wildcats come back with a win against Glynn

Despite having a rough start in their first game, Camden County Wildcats varsity football team was able to turn that around in their second game against Glynn Academy with a score of 31-14.