Camden library director Mellissa Clark (right) and children’s specialist Rachael Atterbery decked out themselves and “the holiday gram mobile” last week to deliver holiday cards to every senior facility in Camden County. They’d hoped to get 250 cards, so that each senior would get one. But the kindness of others surprised them as card after card came in until they had more than 1,000 to share.

Librarians, community rally to send cards to seniors

The Camden County librarians were determined to see their idea through, even when it looked like they’d be writing card after card themselves. With senior facilities closed to visitors for months, the librarians wanted to spread some holiday cheer…

County blesses CCSO vehicle lease


Tensions flared last week after the sheriff asked the Camden County Board of Commissioners to approve a vehicle lease agreement he had already signed back in June. 

Disabled veteran receives kayak from local groups

A disabled veteran can enjoy the freedom of the water and take part in a local event that raises funds through a kayak race, thanks to the efforts of Amelia Island Kayak Excursions and Cross the Line Foundation, an organization that supports veterans. Jennifer Tozzo received a specially modified...

Committee to review access to beaches

People walking to and from the beach often damage the dunes that protect Amelia Island from flooding and storm surge. Having accesses, platforms over the dunes and designated paths to walk through the dunes helps mitigate damage to the dunes. However, walkovers – and to a lesser extent...

County COVID-19 numbers continue to rise

During a county commission meeting on Monday, Nassau County Emergency Management Director Greg Foster said 65 positive tests for the coronavirus were reported over the weekend. “There is nothing, based on our observations, that is causing this other than the normal progression. We are not...

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.