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Board restores historic school

A century ago, Camden County had three Rosenwald schools. Today, there’s just one, the big red school house in the Kinlaw community. The one that Black families raised $909 to build. More contributions added $950, then philanthropist Julius…

FAA fast tracks EIS, will not seek comments

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The Federal Aviation Administration has decided that it will not seek additional public comments as the result of Spaceport Camden's amended launch site operator’s license application and will appa

The Patio Place keeps a positive attitude

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DILLON BASSE / For the News-Leader At 50, Amy Petroy had her midlife crisis. For 27 years prior, her job in computers allowed her to travel the world, marry the love of her life, and live a comfortable lifestyle doing so. Even with all Petroy had accomplished, she still felt like there was...

City Commission candidates sound off at forum

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Concerned Friends of Fernandina held a forum Friday to give the candidates for the Fernandina Beach City Commission a chance to answer questions about some major issues facing the city. The candidates for the commission’s Group 1 seat are Bradley Bean and Marian Phillips; Group 2, Alexandra...

Wildcats come back with a win against Glynn

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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. 

Home opener set for Friday

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The Camden County High School varsity football team will hold its home opener tomorrow night against Richmond Hill in the annual Frank Smith Classic.