Captain Brandon Ingalls of Stay Tight Charters holds a massive red snapper he caught on a jig. (photo submitted)
Rodney Crowell (photo by Sam Esty Rayner)
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Nearly three dozen public lights in Jacksonville Beach will soon be fixed to make them less bright and more appropriate for sea turtle nesting season.

The Jacksonville Beach City Council gave final approval July 15 to plans for a Marriott Springhill hotel to replace the Pier Cantina restaurant at 4th Avenue North on the oceanfront.

Duval County schools at the Beaches are pretty healthy but $107 million in repairs are still needed.

The Atlantic Beach City Commission recently approved an agreement for a $50,000 Community Branding and Signage Initiative to develop a more consistent brand across the city.

A 120-room hotel and commercial space are planned for a 4.3 acre site along State Road A1A, just south of the county line.


Researchers with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are looking for anglers’ help to capture information about the A

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Blaine Keister is ecstatic about his first redfish on artificial.

June Williams of the Beaches Aquatic Center gives instruction to two young swimmers. (photo submitted)

Bill and June Williams, the managers of the Beaches Aquatic Center (BAC), have been teaching kids to swim for 42 years now.

Did you know there are multiple ways you can contribute to fishery data collection as a recreational angler?

Members of the Mammoglams join members of the Jacksonville Dragon Boat Club for a group photo. (photo submitted)

The Mammoglams, a Jacksonville Dragon Boat Club (JDBC) team of breast cancer survivors, participated in the Mount Dora Paddle Fest June 1, bringing home the gold medal.